To discover during your stay in our hotel in Reims, the Reims-Champagne Automobile Museum located 3km away.
The Reims-Champagne Automobile Museum was created in 1985 by Philippe Charbonneaux, a self-taught pioneer of industrial aesthetics in France and also a painter, illustrator, engineer, architect, inventor and collector.
Today, the museum has more than 200 vehicles, cars and motorcycles from 1908 to the present day. This important collection makes this museum one of the 5 most important French car museums.
It is now managed by an association of collectors. These mechanical enthusiasts own about half of the vehicles on display, making it possible to change the presentation regularly. Some of the vehicles on display were only manufactured in a few copies.
As a couple, with family or friends, plunge into the past and discover the entire collection of this museum!
- adult: 9.50 €
- group: 7.00 €
- teenager (11-18 years old): 7.00 €
- child (6-10 years old): 4.00 €
The museum is open every day except Tuesday from 10am to 12pm and from 2pm to 5pm in winter or from 2pm to 6pm in summer.
Address and contact:
Reims-Champagne Automobile Museum
84 avenue Georges Clémenceau
03 26 82 83 84
For more information, you can contact the team available at the Hotel au Tambour
or visit the museum's website www.musee-automobile-reims-champagne.com