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They welcome you, keep you informed, guide you and take the utmost care to ensure that your visit to Autoworld runs as smoothly as possible. Who are these people you only know by sight…and yet?This time around let us go behind the scenes with Jérémy.
On December 10, 2020, Roland D'Ieteren passed away due to Covid-19. He was 78 years old.
The great merits of this man for the economy of our country are widely reported in the media.
However, he was also a driving force behind Autoworld.
He was one of the founders of the museum and was a member of the Board of Directors for more than 30 years.
His passion for the automobile, his legendary reputation in the classic car world and his extensive international network were valuable assets. He set new standards and his enthusiasm and charisma made him a great motivator for the whole team.
His death is an immense loss, not only for the museum, it will linger throughout the classic automotive world for a long time to come.
All our thoughts go out to his loved ones. Covid cruelly took an exceptional lover away from them.
On behalf of the entire Autoworld team, we extend our sincere condolences to them.
To enable the sector to resume its activities under the best possible conditions, the Brussels-Capital Region and visit.brussels launched a health safety label designed in collaboration with the international certification company SOCOTEC.
The Region has created the Brussels Health Safety Label to reassure the public and provide additional support to the tourism sector. The content of this label was developed in close cooperation with the federations and the partners in the tourism sector. It evolves in accordance with the directives of the National Security Council and is expected to support the sector in the coming months.
The "Brussels Health Safety Label" The label is intended for tourism and culture stakeholders, namely attractions and museums, tourist accommodation, guided tours, restaurants and bars, venues, events and fairs. Its purpose is twofold.
Anyone who has visited Prague might well have been treated to a short tour of Kafka’s city on board a classic convertible ŠKODA, well wrapped up (at least in winter) in thick rugs. It’s a one-off experience!
This winter, it will not be a stroll outside but a journey through time at the Autoworld-Brussels museum to discover the history of the Czech make – one of the oldest automotive makes still active in the world – on the occasion of its 125th anniversary.
An exceptional exhibition because, among the historic cars on display, around a dozen emanate from the ŠKODA Auto Museum of Mlada Boleslav, from where they rarely come out.