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We agree with all the previous reviews- nice collection in a relevant location with lots of background information ( in German) but English translations on each car. But 3 euros extra to take photos !!! Really???!!!! Just think that’s ridiculous!
This is a really brilliant museum as you can all extremely close to all the exhibits and peer in unlike other museums where you look at precious exhibits at a distance. 99% of info in German and English. Only 5 euros to see some os...More
Not a huge museum but great collection of cars, automobilia, motorcyles and bicycles plus other interesting displays and the detailed history the first car ever made. Lots of interesting history there, all in a nicely restored former Benz factory building. The best time of year...More
This small museum does not open until 2pm on Sunday, which meant we spend time in Ladensburg (which we enjoyed) and came back later. The museum is very small, but has a lot to see. The admission fee seemed high compared to other sites we...More
Small sized museum but with a lot of interesting things to see. There are not only Benz cars but also some other manufacturers from the beginning of the 20th century. Found it also interesting with the early F1 cars and different kinds of old motorcycles...More
This is a small museum with bags of atmosphere. It is focused on the vital contribution of Carl Benz but considers other makes and developments as well. It also shows paraphernalia of the motor industry. My wife is anything but a motor nut but even...More
Wonderful vehicles and all in a perfect condition. The first car in the world was built here and not in the USA!! Great experience and great staff! A perfect show and tell. Wonderful! The visit is more than great, it is a trip into the...More
This was a family outing in Germany. There were car enthusiasts in the trip. Tip: Leave the car enthusiasts alone here for them to take it in and enjoy the classics! For the rest, it's an educational and historical sight to walk through. This was...More