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“Living in the past. Current vehicles are poorly made and not worth ever being part of the rich history.”

Volkswagen Auto Museum
Ranked #3 of 25 things to do in Wolfsburg
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Reviewed August 23, 2013 via mobile

It amazes me that people can be so exited by and supportive if a company like VW.
They past may have been ok but the present vehicles are poorly made and faulted.
Pity the ritch past is now jaded and so many folks are disappointed.

Thank Gastronachef
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Reviewed August 18, 2013

Wow what can I say, the place is very easy to find its right opposite the large football stadium & is well sign posted, There is plenty of on-site free parking & free overnight camping with hook up for motor homes. The car park has patrolling security guards & is safe. The main entrance is very large & hard to miss with lots to see on the way from the car park, entry is 22 Euros for an adult 2 day pass its free for children under 6 & 6 to 17 is just 9 Euros. The price is very reasonable when you see whats in sore for you. 2 days is not really enough to see everything. Lots & lots to do its one of the best attractions I've ever been too. I would even think a person who's not into cars would enjoy.
There is lockers for you to store valuables & children buggy or pram storage. Everything inside is free apart from the gift shops & restaurants. The staff are very friendly speak good English & are helpful, they all make a fuss of the kids & they received lots of free gifts. I accidentally wandered into a staff only area, the people working there instead of shoeing me out explained what they were doing there & why it was out of bounds, very friendly indeed. I've visited twice now & my experience was the same both times. Volkswagen have made a lot of effort here to keep the whole family entertained. In the restaurant kids can make their own Pizza & then watch it being cooked, before eating it. We visited one restaurant for breakfast, at first I thought it was expensive, but it was the best breakfast menu I have ever seen, inc. smoked salmon, a full English, yogurt, fruit & cereals to name only a small selection. I could bang on about this all day, but just go its well worth a special trip.

1  Thank Chrisradioman
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Reviewed August 6, 2013

To avoid any confusion, this is not the museum in the Autostadt, but a separate smaller VW museum in town.

They had some nicely displayed and quirky, different vehicles to look at and we spent an enjoyable hour or so looking around.

2  Thank Angu5
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Reviewed July 30, 2013

This museum is easy to move around in. Just go to the top and work your way down floor by floor. You will see historic cars, fast cars, expensive cars and rare cars. The exhibits are just fascinating and colorful. It was a great visit that is highly recommended if you are in the area and a VW fan.

2  Thank DLemon
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Reviewed June 30, 2013

If you are into dubs, then you have to make a pilgrimage to here at least once. I was surprised how large it was and how many vehicles were on display. Combine visiting here and the Autostadt for a great petrol head day out in Wolfsburg. The museum is, well as it says a museum in the traditional sense with the cars laid out in a rough chronological order and nothing like the hi-tech designer themed Autostadt
The collection is immense with many rare and prototype vehicles. When we visited it was very quiet, it seemed we had the place to ourselves

Thank Keef_Sc
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