Musee Des 24 Heures Du MansCurrently Closed
- Address: 9 place Luigi Chinetti, 72100 Le Mans, France
- Timings: 10:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
- Phone: +33-043727224
- Ticket Price: 9 EUR
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Museum, Family And Kids
Musee Des 24 Heures Du Mans - Review
As the name suggests, Musee des 24 Heures du Mans is a museum exclusively displaying the evolution of automobiles, and the legendary race, the 24 Hours of Le Mans. It all began in 1873, when Amedee Bollee moved to the city, and created what was then called as the “modern” automobile. With the popularity of the car and the race, the museum came into being in 1961, displaying the famous “ l’Obeissante”. It was shifted to the current location in 1991. Some of the biggest players in this game are Audi, Bentley, Ferrari, Ford, Jaguar, Matra and Porsche, and often showcase their masterpieces in the permanent as well as temporary exhibit. With over a hundred cars, documentary films, artefacts and photographs, you are taken through the birth and the evolution of this competition. A huge shout out to all the sports enthusiasts, this center of history and automobile is awaiting your exploration.
Musee Des 24 Heures Du Mans Ticket Prices
Above ticket price is for adults, self tour.
- Circuit: 3.50 Euros
- Museum + Tour: 10 Euros
- Reduced: 6 Euros
Young (10-18 years):
- Museum: 6 Euros
- Circuit: 3.50 Euros
- Museum + Tour: 8 Euros
- Young Reduced (10-18 years): Museum: 3 Euros, Museum + Tour: 6 Euros, Child (
Family pass(2 adults + 2 young)
- Museum: 25 Euros
- Circuit: 8 Euros
- Museum + Tour: 30 Euros
- Group Rates available
Musee Des 24 Heures Du Mans Hours
- Open all throughout the week.
- Museum remain open to all during events.
How To reach Musee Des 24 Heures Du Mans by Public Transport
- Tram T to stop- Guetteloup - Pôle Santé Sud
- Rented cars
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Things to Know Before Visiting Musee Des 24 Heures Du Mans
95% of people who visit Le Mans include Musee Des 24 Heures Du Mans in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
67.27% of people start their Musee Des 24 Heures Du Mans visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Musee Des 24 Heures Du Mans
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Musee Des 24 Heures Du Mans
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Musee Des 24 Heures Du Mans, Le Mans Reviews
This an absolutely fantastic place to visit. Whole visit would take you about 3 hours, depending how detailed you would like to watch over the cars that are located there. Entry price is very reasonable, even though the shop is a bit expensive. however overall experience for me would be 5 stars. If you are within the area I highly recommend visiting, it is amazing and the relics of history which are at the museum, are amazing. You do not have to be a racing fanatic to enjoy it, there is a lot of history there, so something for everyone to enjoy. You can also access the track, providing there is no event going on, and you can walk around and explore. I have had way too much fun exploring the track and taking some of the photos. Just visit, and enjoy your stay !
Went here as part of a road trip. We drove the public roads of the Le Mans track before heading inside. It was €7 each and we spent a good couple of hours here. Obviously if you're into your cars this is the place to go. Plenty to look at ranging from early 1900s cars, the incredible GT40's and the modern Le Man winners. The shop offer a good selection of merchandise for various prices too.
A concentration of priceless automobiles. Not a huge collection but at least 50 vehicles and plenty of well written history. The staff are friendly, helpful and multi lingual. There is a French concentration of vehicles as to be expected, but the history of other marques and nationalities is also present with past winners from.Porsche, Audi, Ferrari, Bentley, ford etc present. Well worth a visit. A lovely facility with a few bikes too.
Really good fun and highly informative. Not just a look at the race over the last 100 odd years but also a look at cars in general with some amazing old and rare vehicles (including a steam powered motorbike which was my favourite) then we popped over to the circuit itself and there were a load of motorbikes practicing which was awesome to watch. I have 2 young ish boys and they loved it
Incredible history of past winners of the 24hr on display. The audio guide takes you on a lovely tour of the facility. The gift shop is SO tempting re books, DVD, models, clothing etc