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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

Autoworld is a prestigious venue, an iconic museum in the Parc du Cinquantenaire for a unique immersion in the history of the automobile and the evolution of vehicles through time... Themed areas explore a spectacular century of technological development. 300 cars are on display. Go there by train!


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  • Opening times

    08/09/2023 - 05/11/2023: * monday, tuesday, wednesday, thursday and friday: from 10:00 to 17:00 * saturday and sunday: from 10:00 to 18:00

  • Price

    Normal: 15,00 € - Etudiants: 11,00 € - Enfants: 11,00 € - Seniors: 13,00 €

Among these gems you will have the opportunity of admiring the concept car of the one and only “La Voiture Noire"! It was inspired from Jean Bugatti’s personal car (the black Type 57 SC Atlantic which disappeared without a trace shortly before the Second World War). In 2022 the car was sold for 16 million euros to a secret buyer about whom rumours are still rife … Continuing along the contemporary Hypercars front, worth noting the renowned Veyron and Chiron, as well as the EB110, at the root of the Bugatti revival in the ‘90s, are all present. The concept cars of the Centodieci, of which a mere ten models were produced, and of the Divo, of which only 40 units were built, will also be on hand. Four racing machines, part of a gorgeous Swiss collection, will be exhibited for the first time. But shush, we’ll say no more about the identity of these models … Last but not least, a number of cars linked to great names will be gathered in this out of the ordinary panel. For example, a Type 40 Coupé, Jean Bugatti’s personal car, or the Type 57 SC Spécial Coupé, Ettore Bugatti’s (himself) personal car before the Second World War. One of our previous sovereigns, King Léopold III, was a fan of the make? One of his bygone cars is also part of the exhibition! He also wanted to pass on his passion for Bugatti to his sons at a young age by putting them behind the wheel of the "Baby Bugatti." This children's "voiturette" was produced from 1927 to 1936 in around 500 units. A version 2 of the "Baby Bugatti" was created in 2019 for the brand's 110th anniversary. In a nutshell, this exhibition is synonymous with beauty but also a rich past that started out as a family story and love of not only elegant but also high-performance cars.