Nouvelles mesures corona à Bruxelles : les musées sont dans l’incompréhension
Les nouvelles mesures de lutte contre le covid-19 imposées par la Région bruxelloise dès ce lundi ont pris par surprise le secteur muséal, ainsi que l’ensemble des acteurs du secteur culturel, contraint à nouveau, sans préavis, à l’arrêt total de leurs activités.
Following the decision of the Brussels-Capital Region we are forced to close our doors to all visitors as from Monday, 26th October through to Thursday 19th November.
As such the recently opened temporary exhibition ‘Mazda 100 Years’ can unfortunately not be visited at this time.
We regret this decision, but naturally fully understand the measures taken to limit the spread of the coronavirus.
Following the great success last summer, the workshops for children with LEGO bricks are once again being organised during the autumn holidays. All the children will have the opportunity to put their inventiveness to the test when building the most extraordinary cars.
The workshops are held every day from 31/10 through to 8/11 from 13.00hrs until 17.00hrs.
We regret to announce you that the exposition (weekend) for the occassion of the Century, with over 80 motorrcycles has been postponed to 2021.
We will keep you posted on a new date!
To pay tribute to this dynamic centenarian, from the 16th October through to 13th December Autoworld is organising a retrospective of the Japanese make with around 20 historic and iconic cars, numerous documents and exceptional scale models.
This exhibition has been made possible thanks to the support of Mazda Motor Belux and several collectors who were delighted to lend the museum their pride and joy.
Ranging from the Luce Coupé 130 Rotary dating from 1969 through to present day cars such as the Mazda MX-5 ND, the Mazda3 Hatchback and the MX-30 (special 100th Anniversary), Autoworld will be highlighting, among others, models such as the MX-5, RX-7, the 121 DB “Bolleke” as also the Mazda MX-5 Cup Car (MMB).