Take part in the summer kick-off at Autoworld and register your VW Bug, Beetle or Combi to be among the first 160 cars having access to the Esplanade du Cinquantenaire on that day. All owners who purchase their admission ticket to the museum and show their car registration document will receive a 1/24th scale model of the “Beetle in the Box”, to be be drawn by lot at midday.
This first event of the summer is made possible thanks to the support of Volkswagen and Bburago.
We will welcome the first 160 cars registered as from 10.00hrs on the Esplanade in front of the museum for a hearty get-together of Love Bugs drooled over by one and all. Our “Summer Bar” will be at your disposal under the colonnade.
At midday, our bailiff will carry out the draw for the superb Beetle ’69, exhibited in its box since last year, a true life-size BUG dating from 1969!
In addition, all those who purchase their admission ticket to the museum on that day and upon presentation of the registration document proving that they came with their VW Bug, Beetle or Combi, will receive a 1/24th scale model of the car as a present (one scale model per registration document).
The sale of scale models with the raffle coupon ends on Saturday 26th June at 18.00hrs. So, you still have a few days to try your luck
This event, supported by Bburago and Volkswagen, is organised with the greatest respect for the present health norms. Seeing places are limited, do not wait too long to register on the site: https://forms.gle/spwy3X9Xo5iRYhsn9
LOW EMISSION ZONE (LEZ) IN BRUSSELS
The Brussels-Capital Region is a Low Emission Zone (LEZ). If you’re travelling by car or in a van, check the lez.brussels site to find out if your vehicle is affected.
If your vehicle does not comply with the LEZ access criteria: You can buy a day pass or use one of the many available alternatives to travel in the LEZ.
Vehicles registered abroad must first be registered before travelling in the LEZ. Registration is free.
Thank you for taking part in this regional effort to improve air quality and public health.