This was my third visit and I enjoyed it just as much as the first two.
There is a large car park, which now charges. Adjacent is a tram stop if that is convenient for you.
They charge 11 euros to get in. Children have a reduced rate
They now have a new self service cafe - you will definitely be ready for a drink when you have been round all the cars. There is also a shop with various car related products and books.
Mainly concentrating on Bugattis, there are various cars from about 1897 to the current Bugatti Veyron - at a bargain price of 1.3 million euros! They are laid out in aisles and you are free to photograph them. They have hand sets, but rather than listen to a long running commentary, you look for the number next to the car you are interested in, enter it and just listen to that.
There are more areas of interest for children too and these do not impact on the general museum.
At the end are formula one cars.
This is a fabulous museum that you can cover at your own pace. Highly recommended
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