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Autoworld is located in the halls of the Cinquantenaire Parc, one of the pearls of our architectural heritage in the heart of Brussels.

Autoworld has one of the largest car collections in Europe, with more than 250 vehicles. It traces the history of the automobile.
  • Train: Merode station or Brussels-Schuman station.
    Metro: Merode or Schuman Line 1 & 5.
    Tramway: Merode line 81 - 83.
  • 1,5 Merode
  • Opening times

    01/07/2022 - 28/08/2022: * monday, tuesday, wednesday, thursday and friday: from 10:00 to 17:00 * saturday and sunday: from 10:00 to 18:00

  • Price

    Normal: 13,00 € - Enfants: 6,00 € - Jeunes: 10,00 € - Etudiants: 10,00 € - Senior: 11,00 €

As from the first day of the summer holidays Autoworld-Brussels will be giving pride of place to the legendary Milanese make Alfa Romeo. With no less than some 50 models among the most iconic, it will recount the Cuore Sportivo’s 112 years of history. This exhibition is organised in close collaboration with the major clubs, the Musée Nationale de l’Automobile de Mulhouse, private collectors, the Italian collector of Prototypes Corrado Lopresto as also Alfa Romeo Belgique (Stellantis). On the museum’s first floor, on the Herman De Croo Plaza , numerous historic models will be on display: those from the pre-war period, the touring models, the competition machines and the special cars. Among those it is worth noting the presence of a Giulietta Sprint and a Spider, the 2600 Sprint & 2000 Spider, a Montreal, a Giulia Sprint GT Veloce, a Spider Coda Tronca, a GT 1600 Zagato, a Giulia GT 1300 Scalino, a GT 1300 Junior, a 2000 GTV, an Alfasud, an Alfasud TI and an Alfasud Sprint, a Giulietta Turbodelta, an Alfa 90, an Alfa 75 2.5 QV, an Alfa 6 and many more... The Musée Nationale de l’Automobile de Mulhouse will be loaning us a splendid Alfa Romeo 8C Pininfarina dating from 1936, which had won the Mille Miglia that same year. In addition, a zone of the exhibition will be dedicated to five exceptional Prototypes emanating from Corrado Lopresto’s fabulous collection. The Lopresto collection of Italian Protypes dating from 1901 to this day is one of the most important in the world. Many of these models are unique, custom built with specific characteristics (rare models, special series, bearing number 1 chassis, cars belonging to famous owners). Most of these received awards at Villa d'Este and Pebble Beach. Showcases with scale models will focus on these same cars in subtle dioramas. On the ground floor, thanks to the support of Alfa Romeo Belgium (Stellantis), a few current cars will be on display.