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Autoworld
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US$12.51*
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Brussels Autoworld Museum Entrance Ticket
Ranked #26 of 406 things to do in Brussels
Certificate of Excellence
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Owner description: More than 250 vehicles cover the story of the automobile history since its early days. One zone is dedicated to sports and racing cars, while "Belgium at Autoworld" tells the love story between Belgium and the automobile industry. A different themed temporary exhibition is organized every 2-3 months! Discover this museum in the Southern Hall of the Cinquantenaire in Brussels, one of the most beautiful architectural buildings of Belgium. Autoworld, more than a museum!
Reviewed 28 May 2014

Great place for auto buffs of all kinds. A quick walk from the Metro stop finds one in a time warp of pleasure crafts! Wonderfully displayed in an open setting arranged chronologically by decades Autoworld is a nostalgic look at vehicles from the past up to the 20th century. The 2 wheeled vehicles are on the second level as are the Corvettes so don't forget to take a peek upstairs. Nice little gift shop, too.

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Reviewed 27 May 2014

9 euros per adult must surely be over-priced for what was essentially a lot of vintage cars in a big hangar-like building in the Parc Cinquantenaire. The kids enjoyed themselves rolling their toy cars on the floor rather than looking at the exhibits. All exhibits were static, there were no sound-and-light displays, videos or touch-exhibits. A pale comparison to BMW Welt in Munich. Go in only if you're caught in the Brussels rain.

Thank rypper
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Reviewed 24 May 2014

In cinquantainaire park, there is a 9 euro entry fee. Once inside, there is a huge collection of cars starting from the earliest days. Not much technical info, but some very elegant shaped cars and an interesting history of when things such as turn indicators and 4 wheel drive were invented. Looks to be a nice restaurant, but did not try it. There is supposed to be a free audio guide, but I was not offered one - Ask for it.

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Reviewed 19 May 2014

The grounds surrounding the museum are nice (park-like). My husband and I enjoyed this attraction. The building is filled with many different styles of auto's and carriages. We spent about 90 minutes here. The train stop was located about a block away, but the walk was easy and enjoyable.

Thank Lori F
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Reviewed 18 May 2014

I visited the exhibition when I had some spare time being around the area. Although I am not a car enthusiast, I enjoyed about 1 hour there and I might have stayed for 2 hours also. The cars are situated in a huge exhibition hall but if you take the audio guide (for free), there is a tour prepared and you literally wander in time through different eras and collections and gather some interesting information about the models close to each of the tour stops. I liked the old Minerva from 1920s, the mini-collection of the carriages, the war cars, the Czech models and the sports cars from 1970s. Worth a visit!

Thank Pavlina J
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