The Musée de l’Automobile de Lorraine is an associative museum, housed in an original building of a former NATO military base. It is located on the outskirts of the city of Nancy, in the Leisure Park of the Hague Forest.
The Musée de l’Automobile de Lorraine permanently exhibits about 80 cars, mainly dating from the 1900s to the 1980s. The cars belong to the members of the association, its content evolves regularly, and each visit allows you to discover new models. On the other hand, the museum also organizes a thematic temporary exhibition every year. After Citroën in 2019, the 4L and the Ami 6 in 2021, Jaguar will be in the spotlight in 2022 with about fifteen cars presented.
The Automobile Museum of Lorraine also exhibits some 2 wheels, motorcycles and mopeds, as well as an original and very complete collection of greasers. Garage elements, plaques and posters are used to decorate the building. The museum also offers a bar area and a small shop where you will find miniatures. Ample free parking is available. Finally, the museum provides its members with a workshop for the maintenance and repair of their cars.
Website (in French): http://musee-auto-lorraine.fr/
|about mid-March to the end of June||Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday||2pm – 6pm|
|September 1 to November 11 approximately||Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday||2pm – 6pm|
|In July and August||Wednesday to Sunday||2pm – 6pm|
|Closed winter, about mid-November mid-March|
|Children (under 12 years old)||Free|
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