The History of Automobiles & Speed

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Mercedes Museum, Stuttgart

Mercedes is the pinnacle of German automotive engineering. It is a brand that is synonymous with luxury, power, and optimal performance. Since the company was founded in 1886, Mercedes has built a strong, loyal following around the globe. Fans of the automotive brand seeking a greater...

Museo Ferrari, Maranello

Ferrari is one of the great carmakers in the world and the legendary sports car brand has cultivated fans from all walks of life. Ferrari fans can explore the carmaker’s unique history in the Italian town of Maranello. The home of Ferrari and Scuderia Ferrari Formula One Racing is the ideal destination for...

Petersen Museum, Los Angeles

For such a prominent city, Los Angeles historically hasn't had a standout downtown building like New York's Empire State Building, London's Buckingham Palace, or Sydney's Opera House. However, in 2015, a $125m renovation of the Petersen Automotive Museum, complete with a unique metal ribbon...

Lamborghini Museum, Sant'Agata Bolognese

Opened in 2001, the Lamborghini Museum is situated in Sant’Agata Bolognese, Emilia-Romagna, and provides fans of the famous Italian car brand the chance to explore its incredible lineage of automobiles. The museum has made it a focus to display the many milestones of Lamborghini...

Horacio Pagani Museo, San Cesario sul Panaro

Compared to the other top sports and luxury car brands that have museums such as Porsche, Mercedes, Ferrari, and Lamborghini, the Pagani Museum in San Cesario sul Panaro is rather small. In fact, the Pagani Museum can be considered a boutique with a limited number of automobiles that wow visitors...

Porsche Museum, Stuttgart

Visitors to the great German city of Stuttgart are spoilt when it comes to car museum choice. Stuttgart is home to two of the biggest sports and luxury carmakers in the world and both have competing museums. Mercedes and Porsche are the two rival car brands and both have brilliant museum experiences for...