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Museums in Belgium

Abarth Works Museum

Guy Moerenhout was one of the very last Abarth rally racers, supported by Fiat Auto Belgio. He has been the owner of a Car & Tuning Workshop since 1971, and decided in 1997 to let everyone enjoy the benefit of his experience and knowledge about all matter Abarth.

Autoworld

Ghislain Mahy bought his first car in 1944. By the year 2000 he amassed a collection of over a 1000 classis cars. Autoworld Brussels was opened in 1986 where 230 cars from the Mahy collection is still visible. The Mahy family now has another museum as well.

Autoworld

Ghislain Mahy bought his first car in 1944. By the year 2000 he amassed a collection of over a 1000 classis cars. Autoworld Brussels was opened in 1986 where 230 cars from the Mahy collection is still visible. The Mahy family now has another museum as well.

Bastogne Barracks

Bastogne Barracks is a Belgium Military Museum. Since 2010 it’s an Interpretation Centre of the Second World War. Be sure to visit the “Nuts” basement illustrating a decisive step in the Battle of the Bulge, as well as the numerous exhibition galleries. Discover the “Vehicle Restoration Center” giving Royal Military Museum armoured vehicles a new lease of life.

Brussels Tram Museum

The Brussels Urban Transport Museum (MTUB) was founded in 1982 by members of the Société des Transports Intercommunaux Bruxellois (STIB) and a few amateurs with a passion for public transport. The museum is remarkable in more ways than one. Firstly, there’s the building that houses it. The Woluwe depot was originally opened in 1897 for the trams that travelled along brand new Avenue de Tervuren. Two of its three halls have beautiful wooden roof structures: these halls house the museum. The third hall is still operated and used by STIB.

Classic Car Museum Mahymobiles

Once upon a time there was... the Collection Mahy, unprecedented in diversity, unique in the world! Veteran, vintage and classic cars, movie stars, trucks, buses, chassis, miniatures, pedal cars, bicycles, bikes, steam machines, carriages... basically everything relating to road transport since 1895 is on show at Mahymobiles. Over 300 vehicles are on display. Each has a fascinating story or a special place in motoring history and everything exudes passion. Collection Mahy is also responsible for the Brussels “Autoworld” museum