A World-Class Car Collection in Germany
Finalist for “Museum of the Year” Category at the Historic Motoring Awards 2023
The National Automuseum – The Loh Collection proudly announces its nomination as a finalist in the prestigious “Museum of the Year” category at the Historic Motoring Awards 2023. This coveted recognition places us among the top contenders, with four other remarkable finalists.
The Royal Automobile Club Historic Awards, hosted by Octane, the world’s foremost classic and sports car trade journal, celebrate excellence and significant contributions to the realm of historic motoring and motor sport. An esteemed international panel comprising 36 jurors will adjudicate across 22 distinctive categories.
The much-anticipated announcement of the “Museum of the Year” winner will take place on November 15, 2023, at the illustrious Dorchester Hotel in London. We are thrilled to be part of this distinguished event and to share our passion for automotive history with fellow enthusiasts and connoisseurs.
Discover the Remarkable National Automuseum, formerly known as the Loh Collection, located in Dietzhölztal-Ewersbach, Germany. This exceptional museum boasts a collection of over 300 rare and historically significant cars, making it one of the world’s most prestigious private car collections.
Bugatti Veyron no 3
Bugatti Veyron WRE
Ford GT new & old
Maybach Excerlo 1/1
Ferrari 288 GTO
Ferrari Daytona Race
Mercedes CLK GTR Coupe Prototype
Mercedes CLK GTR Roadster Prototype
Merecdes AMG ONE
Mercedes SLR Sterling Moss
Privately-owned Le Mans-winning Audi
Fangio’s 1957 German Grand Prix-winning Maserati 250F
Michael Schumacher and Ayrton Senna’s Formula 1 cars
Historic Le Mans racers, including a special exhibition for the 100th anniversary
Concept cars, one-of-a-kind vehicles, and iconic racing cars
Educational programs for automotive enthusiasts
The National Automuseum showcases cars ranging from 1886 to the present day, each with a rich history and cultural significance. The collection not only presents a visual spectacle but also a journey through the evolution of automotive technology.
Beyond being a museum, it serves as an educational hub affiliated with the University of Economics and the Environment Nurtingen-Geislingen HfWU. Graduates of its program earn master’s degrees in engineering, specializing in the identification, restoration, and cultural significance of historic cars. This initiative aims to inspire young individuals to pursue careers in technology and engineering.
The museum’s founder, Prof. Dr. Friedhelm Loh, is a visionary entrepreneur who turned his private car collection into a source of knowledge and inspiration. His goal is to ignite passion for technology among the youth, emphasizing the importance of an exciting education.
The museum proudly showcases iconic vehicles such as the last Lincoln Continental used by John F. Kennedy, Michael Schumacher’s championship-winning Ferrari, and the Maybach Exelero concept car. These cars exemplify courage, innovation, design, craftsmanship, and attention to detail.
A Complete Experience:
Spanning 7,500 square meters, the museum offers more than just car exhibits. It features a restaurant, American-style diner, outdoor cafe, and an art-deco movie theater, enhancing your visit with entertainment and dining options.
Visit the Nationales Automuseum:
If you’re captivated by the allure of wheels and automotive technology, plan a visit to the Nationales Automuseum in Dietzhölztal-Ewersbach. Explore the world’s newest automotive museum and delve into the fascinating history of automobiles.