The Autoworld Museum is one of the most exceptional places in Brussels. In addition to its unique architectural style, it is also one of the best car collections in the world. Located in the grand hall of the majestic Fifty Years Park, it has more than 300 vehicles, carriages and motorcycles that trace the history of automobiles from their inception to the present day. In addition to the collections of vintage cars, the exhibition space has different areas each presenting the legendary stories around the car. The "Sport - Competition" zone tells, for example, the history of major motor racing competitions such as rallies and races from 1906 until today. The "Belgium at Autoworld" zone, for its part, testifies to the country's participation in the creation of automobiles at the beginning of the 20th century.
When and by whom was the Autoworld Museum inaugurated? The Autoworld Automobile Museum was inaugurated by Prince Albert on September 29, 1986.
What was the Autoworld Museum before it opened? From 1902 to 1935, the Autoworld Museum hosted the auto and cycle show. There was also a time when the museum was called the World Palace, as it housed the Mundeanum from 1920 to 1934.