Museums in Belgium
William Heynen fulfilled his childhood dream when he opened his own museum in 2021. It features around 30 cars and motorcycles, made between 1906 and 1980. Some of the vehicles are on loan so there is a rotation. This place also aims to be a hub for enthusiasts offering restoration advices etc.
A survey of more than 10 centuries of military and technological history: that would perhaps be the best way to describe the Museum. The collections range from suits of armour over valuable firearms and masterly crafted swords to armoured vehicles and airplanes.
Wrapped in a curtain of greenery between Stavelot, Malmédy and Spa, scene of so many car and motorcycling exploits, the Spa-Francorchamps racetrack is still considered by many racing drivers as the “most beautiful track in the world”. The Museum, located in at Abbey de Stavelot’s magnificent vaulted cellars, retraces the prestigious history of the track. Original visual documents, educational panels and a continually renewed presentation of exceptional vehicles retrace the passion of the competition, from the pioneers to the present day: Ferrari, March, Chevron, Porsche, Coope