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AutoMuseum Volkswagen

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AutoMuseum Volkswagen
AutoMuseum Volkswagen
Location within Lower Saxony
EstablishedApril 25, 1985 (1985-04-25)
Location
  • Dieselstraße 35
  • 38446 Wolfsburg
  • Germany
Coordinates52°25′38″N 10°48′32″E / 52.42722°N 10.80889°E / 52.42722; 10.80889
TypeAutomobile museum
WebsiteAutoMuseum Volkswagen(in German)
1967 Volkswagen Prototype for a Beetle successor (EA235) on display in the Volkswagen museum in Wolfsburg
1967 Volkswagen Prototype for a Beetle successor (EA235) on display in the Volkswagen museum in Wolfsburg

AutoMuseum Volkswagen is an automobile museum in Wolfsburg, Lower Saxony, Germany. Opened in April 1985,[1] it is one of two museums in Wolfsburg devoted to the history of the Volkswagen brand; the other is at nearby Autostadt.[2]

The museum houses around 130 cars on permanent display ranging from the earliest VW Beetles to concept design studies of VW models.[3] The museum is housed in a former clothing factory, very close to the Volkswagen Werke, where new Volkswagens are made. Since January 1992, it has been owned and operated by a charitable foundation, Stiftung AutoMuseum Volkswagen.[1]

See also

References

Notes

  1. ^ a b "Stiftung AutoMuseum Volkswagen". Volkswagen Classic website. Volkswagen AG. Archived from the original on 18 March 2016. Retrieved 15 March 2014.
  2. ^ Glon, Ronan (September 19, 2013). "Ran When Parked visits the Volkswagen museum in Wolfsburg, Germany". Ran When Parked. Ronan Glon and Ian Rothwell. Retrieved 15 March 2014.
  3. ^ "AutoMuseum Volkswagen in Wolfsburg". European Traveller. European Traveller.

Bibliography

  • Volkswagenwerk (1985). AutoMuseum Wolfsburg (in German). Wolfsburg, Germany: Volkswagenwerk AG. OCLC 747105298.
  • Wiersch, Bernd (1989). "Das AutoMuseum". In Sparkasse Gifhorn-Wolfsburg (ed.). Museen und Ausflugsziele im Raum Gifhorn-Wolfsburg (in German). Gifhorn, Germany: Voigt. OCLC 64249841.

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