24 Hours of Le Mans Museum
Cultural space for your seminar in Le Mans
A fascinating story In the beginning… Having moved to Le Mans, Amédée Bollée created the first “modern” automobile in 1873. The success of the “Obéissante” was universal, and sealed the destiny of Sarthe and Le Mans. From 1923 with the 24 Hours of Le Mans, Le Mans became a mythical place for the automobile. The Automobile Club Ouest, the department and local collectors then created an Automobile Museum in 1961. Initially located within the circuit itself, near the village, it underwent many improvements over the years, and moved in 1991 near the Circuit's main entrance. The biggest brands Bentley, Ferrari, Jaguar, Ford, Porsche, Matra, Audi… all the big names are represented there by their legendary models which immerse the visitor in the greatest endurance race in the world. 300m² of temporary exhibitions complete this themed tour.
Max capacity: 120
Contact : Anthony Guillier
Seminar service: 01 64 33 83 74
Phone: 02 43 40 24 00