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

    16/10/2020 - 13/12/2020: * monday, tuesday, wednesday, thursday and friday: from 10:00 to 17:00 * saturday and sunday: from 10:00 to 18:00

  • Price

    Normal: 12,00 € - Enfants: 5,00 € - Jeunes: 9,00 € - Senior: 10,00 €

To pay tribute to this dynamic centenarian, from the 16th October through to 13th December Autoworld is organising a retrospective of the Japanese make with 16 historic and iconic cars, numerous documents and exceptional scale models. This exhibition has been made possible thanks to the support of Mazda Motor Belux and several collectors who were delighted to lend the museum their pride and joy. Ranging from the Luce Coupé 130 Rotary dating from 1969 through to present day cars such as the Mazda MX-5 ND, the Mazda3 Hatchback and the MX-30 (special 100th Anniversary), Autoworld will be highlighting, among others, models such as the MX-5, RX-7, the 121 DB “Bolleke” as also the Mazda MX-5 Cup Car (MMB). Four historic racing cars complete the display: the Cosmo 110 S -Marathon de la Route (MMB) from 1967, the RX-7 24H Spa (Jacky Van Kempen) from 1981, the 323 GTX in which Grégoire de Mévius won the world rally championship for production cars (Geri Pelli – Italy) in 1991 and, as high point, the 787B that claimed victory at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1991, specially arrived from the Le Mans museum for this occasion. And for all those who own an oldtimer – whatever the make - rendezvous on Sunday 18th October between 10am and 2pm on the Esplanade which will be exceptionally accessible to you.

A few days before Valentine’s Day, more than 300 modern and classic VW Beetles gather in front of the Autoworld museum, on the Esplanade du Cinquantenaire in Brussels