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

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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
LocationCinquantenaire Park 11
B-1000 Brussels
Coordinates50°50′26″N 4°23′34″E / 50.840556°N 4.392778°E / 50.840556; 4.392778
TypeAutomobile museum

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.


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


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