Musée Automobile - Conservatoire National de Véhicules Historiques, Diekirch

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  • This museum has about 6 bikes and 24 cars with a strange beer glass exhibit on the top floor. Not worth it unless it's raining or if you want to see something specific.  more »
  • this small museum , has astonished works of automobile to dispay, the more the information is , with a guided tour , very interesting, you can not compare to the stuttgart museum of porche or mercedes...  more »
  • If you are in the area then sure with the other museums it makes sense but I wouldn't travel just for this.  more »
  • I wonder what motivates them to go through all the trouble it is to start up a museum - the building, the infrastructure, securing the cars, all the money and effort it must have taken, and then just not going the final 2% that would have made this a great place to visit.. This is not a museum, it's a collection of cars. There is little or no information about the cars (several did not even have a facts sheet), and there is no attempt to tell a story about them. The cars are roped of, so it's impossible to see the interior, some even have huge metal structures in front of them! Considering the entrance fee is the same as to the quite extensive war museum in Diekirch this is not worth neither the time or money. There is a "brewery musum" the same building which is just one room over the car museum with a display of bottles and glasses. No information, no nothing.
  • Very interesting place.
  • Nice museum, interesting historical cars. A visit should take around one hour.
  • Interesting. The expo changes regularly.
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