We love spoiling our loyal visitors. This is why we are adding, on top of the advantages listed hereunder, a welcome pack loaded with surprises for all those who purchase a Pass in the coming weeks.There are three types of” Pass”:
On the look-out for a fun Corona-proof activity during the Carnival holidays?
Autoworld is the ideal place to come with the family or among friends. Judge for yourselves.
Do you run a classic or youngtimer car club? Are you on the look-out for a one-off clubhouse and loads of advantages? Autoworld has come up with a new package: the Classic Car Club Package.
For an annual fee of 1.500 € (excluding VAT), the member clubs receive numerous advantages.
Today our “Who’s Who at Autoworld” section has the pleasure of introducing the man thanks to whom the museum truly turned into a living, dynamic and welcoming museum. Appointed Autoworld’s Managing Director just ten years ago, Sébastien de Baere loves to state that he is not alone in bringing life to the museum and that he is surrounded by a terrific team. True! But despite everything he is the driving force.
If you are a supercars fan, you will definitely know POG! Youtuber, Instagrammer… POG is the “king” of the automotive influencers. Fan of sports and hypercars, which he decorates in a zany manner, he loves sharing his experiences with “his mates”; the more than one million followers who share his adventures via his different social networks.
Today POG is exhibiting his awesome Pogtador – a Lambo Aventador - at Autoworld, enclosed in a Bburago box.
Traditionally the Autoworld museum devotes its February and March exhibition to a facet of the Volkswagen Beetle, with the Love Bugs Parade linked to celebrating Saint Valentine.
However, the latter will not take place in 2021 for reasons that everyone can image, but the exhibition organised in collaboration with Volkswagen will take on a rather distinctive and highly original aspect.
We learned with great sadness that Jean Graton, the “father” of the renowned racing driver Michel Vaillant had passed away, at the age of 97, on 21st January.
At the time that he created the comic book series, television was not as yet broadcasting motor racing. Impatiently readers were obliged to wait for the stories and true to life drawings.
This is also what made Jean Graton a true ambassador of motorsport. He was at the source of many callings and befriended numerous racing drivers.
The Covid-19 pandemic has led to a historic decline in museum attendance in Brussels, Belgium and around
the world. As the first cultural places to reopen after confinement, museums provide a necessary breath of
fresh air for our situations of physical and mental isolation. Behind the scenes, however, the sector is
currently at risk of asphyxiation.