Musée de l’Auto Mahymobiles
Mahymobiles was opened to visitors on 29th September 2000.
Ghislain Mahy’s collection has two very unusual aspects. The collection is privately owned but, in March 1978, the Mahy family created a charitable foundation in order to prevent dispersion or compulsory sale following the death of a family member.
The second is the collection’s theme. It is probably unique worldwide in containing at least one example of every important aspect of automobile development. The Mahy collection is one of the largest in the world and includes more than nine hundred and fifty cars, sixty motorcycles, a collection of bicycles, children’s cars, some horse-drawn carriages, and sleighs.
Mahymobiles shows automotive history from its humble beginnings at the end of the 19th century to the present day.
Rue Erna 3,
7900 Leuze-en-Hainaut, Belgium
Musée de l’Auto Mahymobiles Admission:
Adults: 15 €
Children -12 y: 10 €
Children -3 y: free
Plan: 1-2 hr
Musée de l’Auto Mahymobiles Hours:
From 1 April to 30 September 2023: April, May, June, and September: Thursday, Saturday, Sunday, and bank holidays from 10 to 5
July & August: every day, except Tuesday and Wednesday, from 10 to 5
Image via Marek Sopko
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