It is a one of a kind museum in the region, as it displays more than 100 classic cars manufactured in the early 20th century.
Learn about the automotive industry history through a wide range of classic cars collection showcased under one roof.
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Dubai Design Week 2017 staged over 200 events celebrating design in a wide range of disciplines and brought 60,000 visitors to the Dubai Design District (d3), an impressive 50% increase from last year, further establishing Dubai’s position as a regional hub for design and creativity.
The museum is divided into five sections; each represents a historical stage of development in the automotive industry.
It also offers visitors the opportunity to learn about the different types of car engines and how they function.
Dubai Design Week’s high-impact sculptural, architectural and experiential public installations featured a handpicked selection of renowned international and local designers, artists and architects and were positioned at multiple locations around Dubai Design District.
In partnership with Audi Middle East, Dubai Design Week invites designers living in the Middle East to submit their entries to the third edition of the Audi Innovation Award to be considered for once in a lifetime prize opportunity composed of mentoring, publicity and investment in the winning concept, as well as a trip to visit the Audi headquarters in Ingolstadt, Germany.In addition, the museum organizes interactive activities and experiments suitable for all ages.Here, visitors will be able to get an up close look at classic car models and their specifications including Rolls Royce, Ford, Mercedes, Chevrolet, Bentley and many others.This museum is an ideal destination for classic cars lovers.It draws tourists and visitors from all around the world.