Autoworld

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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

    03/09/2021 - 28/11/2021: * monday, tuesday, wednesday, thursday, friday, 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 the 100th anniversary of our ‘national’ Circuit of Spa-Francorchamps, more than 35 racing cars and a few motorbikes are exhibited, all having played a major role, in fact won competitions. In order to remain in line with the theme, the museum opted to transform the “Sport & Competition” and “Design Story” zones on the first floor into a large paddock where visitors will have the opportunity to immerse themselves into the history of our Ardennes circuit, which all countries are envious of, and which drivers and the general public quite rightly state as being “the greatest circuit in the world”. One exhibition – three themes The cars are brought together based on the three major themes that gave the Circuit its international outreach: the Grand Prix of Formula 1, the 1000 Kms/Spa 6 Hours and, it goes without saying, the 24 Hours. In the F1 category, a collection of Lotus and Williams of course! But also, an extremely old Renault ING and a Benetton, a Ligier and a De Tomaso, among others. Among the “Touring” cars, the presence of several BMW as also a few Mazda, Ford Capri, NSU, Toyota, Mustang and of course the charming Porsche992/Beetle… Not forgetting the Lola70 prototype driven by Jacky Stewart …and many more! In all more than 35 cars including competition motorbikes. And, to complete the record of achievements, an insight of all the winning cars, in 1:43 scale model format, as a reminder of the Circuit’s great moments.