Autoworld Museum In Brussels
In the center of Brussels, in the beautiful Cinquantenaire Park, planned by the king Leopold II himself to commemorate the Fiftieth anniversary of the Belgian independence, there is one of the oldest exhibition complex in Europe. It is called Cinquantenaire Palace. For more than a century it was a home for the most interesting exhibitions Brussels ever saw.
In the Southern wing of the palace Autoworld museum could be found. On the two floors of the spacious old building (they surely call it palace for a reason) more than 250 vehicles dated from the late 1880’s to the early 1990’s are displayed.
Many of them are Belgian makes like Minerva, FN, Nagant, which are, unfortunately, no longer in auto-business today. The others represent everything good (or bad, but notable) that happened to automotive transport from its early days to the present.