Musee Des 24 Heures Du Mans, Le Mans
Musee Des 24 Heures Du Mans, Le Mans - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 9 place Luigi Chinetti, 72100 Le Mans, France
Ticket Price: 9 EUR
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
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About Musee Des 24 Heures Du Mans, Le Mans
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 Opening and Closing 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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Musee Des 24 Heures Du Mans, Le Mans Reviews - Write a Review
This museum wasn't as big or grand as i expected. From arriving at the scruffy entrance, driving alongside an industrial unit to a small back car park, the impression was poor. The walk along the other side of the unit was equally unimpressive. On entering it's not immediately clear where to purchase tickets, how to enter, or which way round to walk. Once inside and viewing the exhibits it was a bit more interesting. There are toilets and a small cafe area with vending machines. Not an impressive place in my opinion
Small museum, but with a great collection of cars of all ages. To arrive there I got the tram that goes to Antares and dropped at the second to the last stop. It was a 15 minutes walk until the museum. In the museum you can see some cars, like an electric car from 1908, or a steam engine car, or Ferraris, Cadillac, rolls Royce or cars the raced and won the 24h of Le Mans.
Stopped in during our week here for the 24 hours. It's a nice museum with some great iconic cars from many eras. Definitely worth checking out if you're a car guy (or gal) and love the history of the sport
Small but very informative museum. They also have a gift shop and you can buy a pass to visit the track. Definitively a stop for car fans and petrol heads.
Wow so exciting to be here ! Easy parking and nice cafe. Display fascinating and of course mainly French cars Shop was disappointing mainly clothing and books. We wanted smaller cheaper items.