Automobile Museum the Hague

james bond's aston martin at the Louwman automobile museum

The Louwman Automobile Museum the Hague has a unique collection of more than 275 showpieces from the history of the automobile.
It was started by the Chrysler car dealer Pieter Louwman in 1934 with his first item a 1914 Dodge, but the collection has been expanded every year.
It is arguably the most beautiful automobile museum in the world.
Unique examples are an Aston Martin from James Bond, a Humber from Winston Churchill and Cadillac from Elvis Presley.
Also special are the rare copies of DeDion-Bouton, Duesenberg, Panhard & Levassor, Bugatti, Dodge.
And race cars of Formula 1 history can be seen in full detail.
The beautiful building was designed in 2010 by American architect Michael Graves.

Travellers with an interest in the history of the automobile will not be disappointed. See the Delft and the Hague tour.