Dr Pál Négyesi launched his first automotive museums' guide in 1996 on the internet. By 2010 it became a standalone site and eventually it grew to become the definitive guide to automuseums worldwide. Pál's passion for classic cars led him to wrote his PhD thesis on the history of museums in Germany and Austria. Since 2020 he is also the editor of Rare & Unique Vehicles.
Automuseums.info is maintained by a small group of volunteers. We make a lot of efforts to keep the database up-to-date and watch out for museum closings. If you spot any errors, omissions, closed museums please let us know