|Posted: 06-01-2020 17:25 PM » Editted: 06-01-2020 18:13 PM
1. Mercedes Benz Museum: Stuttgart, Germany
With 16,500 square feet of space, the Mercedes Benz Museum in Suttgart, Germany is an architectural masterpiece located directly outside of the Dailmer factories main gate. The structure houses over 160 vehicles that span Mercedes vast automotive history.
2. Petersen Automobile Museum: Los Angeles, California
The Petersen Automotive Museum is dedicated to the exploration and presentation of the automobile and its impact on American life and culture using Los Angeles as the prime example. Encompassing more that 300,000 square feet, its exhibits and dioramas feature more that 150 rare classic cars, trucks and motorcycles.
3. Galleria Ferrari
The is the real and true keeper of the Ferrari myth. The offical museum of Ferrari in Maranello, Italy gathers in its hall the cars, the images and the trophies that wrote the Ferrari successes in the world.
4. The Henry Ford Museum: Dearborn, Michigan
It began as a simple yet bold idea to document the genius of ordinary furries by recognizing and preserving the objects they used in the course of their everyday lives. It grew into the ultimate place to explore what Americans past and present have imagined and invented. It is a remarkable destination that brings American ideas and innovations to life. The sweeping, single-floor space with its soaring 40-foot ceilings covers nine acres dedicated to showcasing the finest collection of its kind ever assembled.
5. GM Heritage Center: Sterling Heights, Michigan
The GM Heritage Center serves as a showplace for the vehicles of the GM Heritage Collection, and as the home of the Heritage and Media Archive. Located in an 81,000 square foot facility in Sterling Heights, Michigan, the Center has approximately 200 vehicles on display, while the archive houses 15,000 linear feet of shelving containing significant documents, manuals, brochures, and artifacts documenting General Motor's rich history of innovation.
6. The Porsche Museum: Stuttgart, Germany
Porsche is both the smallest independent German automaker and the world's most profitable automaker. This is based on decades of experience in automotive manufacturing and in motor sports. The history of Porsche sports cars begins in 1948 with the legendary Type 356 "No. 1", but the conceptual basis of the brand is the result of the lifelong work of Professer Ferdinand Porsche (1875-1951)
7. The Volo Car Museum
The Volo Car Museum in Volo is not so much about preserving automotive history as it is about showing off. Think of it as Disneyland, but with automobiles. Show cars, movie cars and TV cars are all on display for the entire family to enjoy.
8. Lamborghini Museum: Sant'Agata Bolognese, Italy
So you like Ferrari's, but you love Lamborghini's eh... well then, this is the place for you. The museum opened in 2001 as a sign of Automobile Lamborghini's commitment to celebrate, with the new millennium, a new breed of dream cars.
9. The National Corvette Museum: Bowling Green, Kentucky
Since 1953 the Corvette has been America's Sports Car. The National Corvette Museum was established as a 501 C3 not-for-profit foundation with a mission of celebrating the invention of the Corvette and preserving its past, present and future.
10. The BMW Museum: Munich, Germany
The museym brings the BMW heritage to life in an experience encompassing all the senses and invoking the spirit of the innovative, dynamic character of the BMW brand. The museum architeture, and exhibition and media design form an ideal setting to present the rich tapestry of themes in a very special way. The BMW Museum takes new approaches by integrating contemporary architecture with the historic buildings in the same way as the brand is always setting new and innovative benchmarks for engineering and design.
Thanks for reading! I know I haven't been posting lately because of "important things" I've been doing. Anyway, reply or share. :)