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Autoworld
Autoworld

Autoworld

10am-6pm (Oct-Mar weekdays 10am-5pm)
Parc du Cinquantenaire 11, Brussels, Belgium

The basics

Cars at Autoworld are displayed in different themed zones, including a vintage 1910 coach room, a 1960s sports car gallery, and a simulated mechanic’s garage. A chronological timeline highlights the most popular European makes and models from the 1800s to supercars of the 21st century, while the “Zone USA” features American dream cars from Corvette, Cadillac, and Mustang. In addition to the permanent collection, temporary exhibits such as British cars, VW Love Bugs, and motorcycles rotate throughout the year. A gift shop sells postcards, key chains, and miniature model cars for kids and collectors.

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Things to know before you go

  • Avoid any wait to get inside by purchasing tickets online.
  • Guided 1.5-hour tours can be arranged in advance through the Autoworld website.
  • Audio guides are included with the price of admission.
  • An on-site brasserie serves Belgian craft beers, coffee, and light fare.
  • Children under the age of 6 can visit free of charge.
  • Autoworld is entirely wheelchair accessible.
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How to get there

Autoworld is located in the southern hall of the heritage Cinquantenaire building in Parc du Cinquantenaire. Parking at the Cinquantenaire esplanade is no longer possible, but paid lots are located outside the park. Several public bus and tram lines stop nearby at the Merode and Schuman stations.

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When to get there

The museum is open daily, with extended hours April through November. Check the Autoworld website for upcoming special exhibitions.

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Inside Brussels’ Cinquantenaire Park

Built for the 1880 National Exhibition celebrating the 50th anniversary of Belgian independence, Cinquantenaire Park is both a pleasant green space in the city center and home to some of Brussels’ best museums. In addition to Autoworld, visitors can explore the history of European warcraft and military history at the Army Museum, or admire antiquities and musical instruments from around the globe at the Museum of Art and History—one of the largest museums in Europe.

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Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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