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Museum is really nice. It is absolutely not like classic boring museum, but very interesting, interactive and elegant. Even if you are not fan of cars, it still would be nice, but if you are interested in history of cars, it would be as a...More
A good subway ride out of city and not sign posted in English from the station so a bit of a job to find. All the cars were in superb condition but I don’t think a lot of them were painted in the original colours....More
Discovered when looking through visitor map in nearby hotel. Being a car guy from the Motor City I found the displays interesting and the autos wonderful. Lots of Ferraris (maybe too many for my taste) but plenty of historically significant examples of antiques and classics....More
If you want top quality cars in Showroom condition, most of the top brands are here and they have some of the best examples in the world. My only complaint (if you can call it a complaint) is the over emphasis of Ferrari - there...More
Easily reachable using the Metro this museum is a must visit for all auto enthusiasts, a large variety of vehicles on display, an some great interactive displays. Only issue was gift shop had nothing relating to the museum, or china.
Adapted from a post on my blog “Shanghai virtually painted by Tan Choon Hong”.
The Shanghai Auto Museum is located on the outskirts of the city in the Shanghai Anting International Automobile City. Covering a planned area of over 3 million sq m the auto...More