Some great old cars and carriages. Set out nicely in decades. Only thing that would have made the fellas enjoy it more was having a few more modern cars.
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Came across this when visiting the park. My 11 year old son is really into cars and seeing 1930's Bugattis really just made his day. Very impressive collection starting from the earliest coaches to the most modern cars all arranged in time line and all...More
A good range of vehicles, starting with some of the earliest motorized ones, all in excellent condition and beautifully displayed, to some of the American Muscle cars. A good well stocked shop which is set to return to its former location. Helpful staff. There is...More
Nice collection of ancient cars. Starting from coaches over the first automobiles pre- and post war cars and youngsters. Worth a visit as you find some Belgian cars as FN and the great Minerva.
A definite must visit for any car enthusiast, some of the older models on display were manufacture in the early 1900's and have been cared for or restored with loving care. The layout of the museum takes you on an adventure with cars displayed in...More
I really enjoyed my visit to autoworld, the museum is very huge and interesting - plenty of very good car models that I have never had the chance to see before. We ended up having lunch here, and were very surprised by the quality of...More
I'm a car buff, and this is one of the best auto museums. The collection is mostly European. The venue is very spacious and the cars are not jammed together, so it is very easy to photograph.
If you love cars and you are interested in history, this is the place to go. Fee is 10 euros per person and if you want an audio guide, it costs additional 2 euro.