Autoworld (museum)

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Coordinates: 50°50′26″N 4°23′34″E / 50.84056°N 4.39278°E / 50.84056; 4.39278

Autoworld
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The South Hall of the Cinquantenaire complex, also called Palais Mondial, houses the Automobile Museum.
Autoworld (museum) is located in Brussels
Autoworld (museum)
Location within Brussels
Location Cinquantenaire Park 11
B-1000 Brussels
Belgium
Coordinates 50°50′26″N 4°23′34″E / 50.840556°N 4.392778°E / 50.840556; 4.392778
Type Automobile museum
Website www.autoworld.be

Autoworld is a vintage car museum in the center of Brussels, Belgium, located in the southern hall of the Cinquantenaire Park.

It holds a large and varied collection of over 250 vintage European and American automobiles from the late 19th century until the seventies. Including Minervas, such models as a 1928 Bentley, a 1930 Bugatti and a 1930 Cord and several limousines which belonged to the Belgian royal family.

It is unrelated to the failed amusement park AutoWorld in Flint, Michigan.

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Vehicle orientated events, such as anniversary celebrations of different car marques and automotive industry events such the AutoSens conference.[1]

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