Exhibition of H.S.H. Prince Rainier III's private collection of Antique cars.
The Citroën Conservatoire
The Citroën Conservatoire heritage centre is a real treasure trove of all things relating to our prestigious brand. It houses the world's largest collection of Citroën vehicles, with more than 400 on show - and most are in perfect condition.
Henri Malartre Museum
Espace automobiles Matra
The Autoworld Car Museum in Brussels
The Autoworld Car Museum is situated in the south hall of the Cinquantenaire in Brussels - an imposing building, put up in 1880 to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the creation of the Kingdom of Belgium. It was here that the first motor shows in Belgium were organized from 1902 till 1936.
The Automobile Museum of Reims-Champagne
The Automobile Museum of Sarthe
The Ligier F1 Museum
Located near the Magny-Cours circuit, this is the only museum in Europe to exhibit the almost complete collection of a Formula One constructor.
The National Motorcar Museum of Mulhouse:
Fritz Schlumpf housed his collection of nearly 400 exceptional cars in this former spinning works - watched over by 800 lampposts identical to those on the Alexandre III Bridge. It's an automobile dream, which, in the 3 groups of cars exhibited (ancestors, 1895-1918, classic, 1918-1938 and modernfter 1945), gives a concrete illustration of creative talent, know-how and, very often, genius. If the Schlumpf collection saw the light of day, it's certainly because of Fritz Schlumpf's passion for the creations of Ettore Bugatti. This great enthusiasm can be summed up in a single vehicle: a Bugatti Esders, which was completely re-built in the museum's workshops using original mechanical parts.
The National Motorcar Museum of Mulhouse: Xtremes Cars
The incredible concept cars from Sbarro, Peugeot, Giugiaro, Pininfarina, Matra and Renault which were exposed from October 26, 2002 to March 30, 2003 to the National Motorcar Museum of Mulhouse.
A JMB Racing FIA GT Modena displayed on front of Van Der Bauwede