This massive museum's holdings are drawn primarily from the motor enthusiast Ghislain Mahy’s collection of 800 vehicles, which were acquired over a period of 40 years; more than 250 of those are on display here. The cars include outstanding models from familiar brands like Bentley and Daimler, Formula 1 monsters, and many obscurities, such as a Delahaye fire engine from 1907 and a Leon Bollee Voiturette from 1886. The museum also has the world’s largest collection of Belgian cars on display. And in a nod to the pre-auto past, there's an exhibit of glamorous carriages, drawn from the Royal Museum of Art and History’s collections.
11 Parc du Cinquantenaire
Our Rating Neighborhood Parc du Cinquentenaire Hours Apr–Sept daily 10am–6pm; Oct–Mar Tues–Fri 10am–5pm, Sat–Sun 10am–6pm. Closed Jan 1 and Dec 25. Transportation Metro: Merode Phone 02/736-41-65 Prices Admission 12€ adults, 10€ seniors, 9€ students, 5€ children 6–12, free for children 5 and under Web site Autoworld
Map11 Parc du Cinquantenaire Brussels
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