Spa-Francorchamps Racetrack Museum

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Wrapped in a curtain of greenery between Stavelot, Malmédy and Spa, scene of so many car and motorcycling exploits, the Spa-Francorchamps racetrack is still considered by many racing drivers as the “most beautiful track in the world”.

The Museum, located in Abbey’s magnificent vaulted cellars, retraces the prestigious history of the track. Original visual documents, educational panels and a continually renewed presentation of exceptional vehicles retrace the passion of the competition, from the pioneers to the present day: Ferrari, March, Chevron, Porsche, Cooper …

Formula 1, but also the epic 24-hour motor and motorcycle races, take on a new dimension. The "Demoiselles de Herstal", the name people gave to the motorcycles built in Herstal, conjure up nostalgic memories of the hours of glory of the Liège-based industries: FN, Gillet and Saroléa.

A large scale model and Playstation 4 consoles make the track even more concrete for motor racing enthusiasts.

 

More infos: Website from Racetrack Museum

 

 

Translation in FR, NL, DE, EN

Open every day from 10.00 to 18.00 (Closed 25 december, 1 january, sunday and monday of carnival weekend)