The Mahymobiles Automobile Museum in Leuze-en-Hainaut
Rue Erna 3
7900 LEUZE (LEUZE-EN-HAINAUT)
- MAPS: Google Maps
In the Belgian province of Hainaut, the Mahymobiles Museum invites you to discover the history of the automobile and road transport since 1895.
The museum exhibits 300 vehicles from the famous Mahy collection over 6000m² and illustrates the remarkable development of the automobile over the past 110 years.
The Mahy family's unique automobile collection has an unequalled variety and is a true part of Belgium's heritage.
Your visit to the Mahymobiles Museum
The museum offers a journey through 6 rooms where you can admire vintage cars, cars which starred in films and comics, prototypes, fire engines, steam engines, carriages and even sleighs.
- An educational room where car frames and motors are kept,
- A collection of models and a retrospective dedicated to two-wheelers,
- A mini track for children aged 2 to 7. At the wheel of a pedal car, youngsters can learn road traffic rules while having fun,
- A gallery dedicated to rallies and the development of car bodywork.
Preparing your visit
From 28 March to 13 October:
- Thursdays and Saturdays from 1pm to 5pm,
- Sundays and bank holidays from 10am to 5pm.
Last admission: 1 hour before closing.
Group openings can be organised all year round for a minimum of 25 people (booking required).
- Adults: €7.50,
- Schoolchildren under 12: €5.
Groups: (More than 15 people: Sundays, bank holidays, Thursdays and Saturdays.)
- Adults: €6,
- Schoolchildren under 12: €4.
Free for children under 3.
"All-in" group packages
Mahymobiles offers all-in "day" packages for groups of 25 or more people.
Find out more
Disabled: The museum is accessible for disabled people.
By car: A8-E429 exit 31, Leuze-en-Hainaut/Frasnes.
By train: Schaerbeek-Mouscron line to Leuze station.
Tourist information on the town LEUZE-EN-HAINAUT