Belgium is proud about its cars, and the role it played in bringing cars into being. In the early days of the automobile world, Belgium was the No. 2 producer in the world. So the tribute this museum pays to that history is very serious. Its collection includes about 350 vintage European and American cars produced upto the seventies. Your visit won’t be a complicated one – you come, you see, you admire, and you tell everybody else about. The layout of the exhibit over two floors is fantastic; the cars are arranged by era rather than by make, so it feels like a walk through time.
View and understand Belgium’s precious contribution to the world of automobiles with a visit to the Autoworld in Brussels. Long queues may welcome you when you go to buy tickets for Autoworld, so it is better to book in advance. With our ticket booking section you can view Autoworld ticket prices and buy tickets for Autoworld well in advance. This way you don’t have to waste your time in unnecessary lines to just get some Autoworld tickets. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Brussels itinerary 3 days.
- Parking is available from Avenue des Nerviens.
- Check out the cafe and the gift shop.
- Adults: 10 Euros
- Seniors(65+): 8 Euros
- Disabled persons, students: 7 Euros
- Children (6-11): 4 Euros
- Children( below 6): Free
- Adult (group of 15): 7 Euros
- Audioguide: 2 Euro
- By Bus: Buses 22, 27, 61 and others stop at Merode bus station.
- By Tram: Tram 81 stops at Merode Light Rail station.
- By Train: Gare de Merode train station is a short walk away.
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- La Terrase
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46.46% of people who visit Brussels include Autoworld in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
36.29% of people start their Autoworld visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Autoworld
76.61% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Autoworld
People normally club together Royal Museum Of The Armed Forces And Military History and Museum Of Natural Sciences while planning their visit to Autoworld.
Nice car museum. Spacious with plenty of old cars and curiosities. I maybe missed more 70s and 80s cars, but is alright I'm not a motor enthusiast so maybe it's good as it is.
Great selection, very open and air. Good description of each car. Good temperature. Not super packed. Great timeline of cars. Also some neat accessories. Oh yeah, WiFi too...so posting is easy. Great selection of signs. Something for everyone.
Decent car museum with a lot of pre-war cars. Check the website for their top notch special exhibitions that are on for a few weeks and are changed regularly.
If you enjoy cars, its amazing. If you don't, it still is interesting to see some very beautiful cars and some odd and interesting pieces of automotive history.
Great place, tons of historical cars all from all over the world. There is always a temporary exhibition is going on as well.