- Visit the world's world’s oldest private collection of motor cars, collected by two generations of the Louwman family
- See the Benz Patent Motor Car (1886), the De Dion-Bouton Tricycle (1900), the funky red Ford Model A (1903) and loads more!
- Learn the history and story of each car, and see how they've impacted society and mirrored culture in the past
Steer your way to this purpose-built museum in the Hague and discover the ride of your life (or at least the one you wish you had!) There are over 250 amazing antique cars in The Louwman Museum, all collected by two generations of the car-crazy Louwman family.
A must-see for car lovers, The Louwman Museum in the Hague will fascinate and amaze anyone interested in the history of the automobile.
Work your way around the world’s oldest private collection of motor cars, collected by two generations of the same family.
See highlights like the Benz Patent Motor Car from 1886, the 1912 Panhard & Levassor X19 Labourdette Skiff-Torpedo, the 1951 Taruffi Italcorsa TARF II, and well, it's hard to choose favorites. There are so many amazing cars here.
See the Louwman Museum with your own eyes and discover why it's known as one of the most beautiful collections in the whole world.
- Access to the museum
Show your smartphone ticket at the main entrance and head in!
Cancellations are not possible for this ticket.
This has to be the best Car related Museum I have ever visited with unique cars you will see no where else in the World. if you are in Amsterdam well worth a visit to the Hague as it's only around an hour to get there by Bus or Train. There is a regular bus (Number 385 or 386) which leaves around every 20mins from Platform K of the Bus Station on the second floor of the Den Hagg Centraal Train Station, the Bus stops right outside the Museum and takes around 15 mins to get there. The Museum is also set in a lovely Park which is well worth a walk around as well. Can't recommend this place highly enough and a definite must for anyone interested in Cars and other forms of Transport. Flixbus runs a coach from Sloterdijk Station in Amsterdam which goes to Rotterdam and stops just outside Den Haag Centraal Station, it takes around an Hour and cost me £9.99 return so well worth considering this instead of the Train which takes longer and costs more