About Autoworld, Brussels
Autoworld, Brussels - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 1000 Brussels, Belgium
Ticket Price: 10 EUR
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
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Museum, Family And Kids, Automobile Museum
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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.
- Parking is available from Avenue des Nerviens.
- Check out the cafe and the gift shop.
Autoworld Ticket Prices
- 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
How To reach Autoworld by Public Transport
- 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.
Restaurants Near Autoworld
- Restaurant Midi-Cinquante
- La Terrase
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Autoworld, Brussels Reviews - Write a Review
It is really an impressive collection of well-kept cars that are to be seen in Autoworld. The collection is in two stocks and is excellently illustrating the evolution of the car industry for more than 100 years. The museum also has a café with an impressive selection of beers. Hop on, hop off sightseeing buses have a nearby stop.
Good place if you are lover of Ferrari. They have good collection of that. Adequate collection of random old cars. However, there aren't expensive cars as Bugatti or Lamborghini. If you are car enthusiast wishing to visit, don't keep too high expectation.
Of the nicest museums of the kind. One of the richest Ferrari collections (maybe more than 40 or 50 models of all times). Excellent collection of older cars as well as motorbikes, fire engines etc.
If cars is your thing then there is no doubt what to do in Brussels! Autoworld has an amazing collection of vintage cars from the beginning to ultimate racing. There is more than 250 cars to look at as well as models and concepts. The museum cater for both adults and children and it will take you an hour to just walk around the museum in a normal pace. If you get tired then they have a brasserie with both food and drinks. You will find an extensive collection of models in the gift shop if you want to take something with you home. A must see if you like cars
Very cool. Excellent display of the evolution of the automobile industry starting from 1911 all the way to present day. Cars from the USA to Germany, Ford to BMW. Mercedez AMG showcase for the month of Sep. Impressive collection. I visited on a weekday afternoon, and was one of no more than 3 visitors in attendance. Very quiet. Nonetheless, an enjoyable experience for any car lover.
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