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Rolls-Royce Museum in Dornbirn – classic and superior

The biggest Rolls-Royce Museum of the world is located in a historic textile factory near the Rappenlochschlucht, a popular excursion destination for hikers. Where Kaiser Franz-Josef activated the first Telephone of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, we find a superlative automobile museum today. Over 1.000 exhibits, 3.5000 m² exhibition area at three levels, a reconstruction of the first Rolls-Royce manufacturing facility, an own restoration centre, an original tearoom for every kind of festivities and the “hall of fame” are only a few highlights the RollsRoyce Museum offers. Among all the exhibited individual items we find the Safari-Touring-Car of King George V, thelLimousine of King Edward VIII, the landau of Queen Mum, the sporting Phantom II of Prinz Aly Khan, the blue Rolls-Royce of Malcolm Campbell, the parade car of  Dictator Franco, the personal vehicle of F.H. Royce, the Rolls-Royce of the „Lawrence of Arabia“ and many more

Excursion Destination: Rolls-Royce Museum

The visit in the Rolls-Royce Museum is perfect as a part of an exciting Museum-Day in the area of the Bodensee. Guests from all over the world are fascinated by the myth of Rolls-Royce, the passionate stories about the time-consuming and expensive chase after the exhibits and the restoration in style of these milestones of the automobile-history. Beside the Rolls Royce Museum there are many more highlights in Dornbirn, for example the “Rappenlochschlucht”, “Inatura” or the “Karrenseilbahn”.

 
 
Rolls-Royce Museum Franz Vonier GmbH, Gütle 11a, 6850 Dornbirn, Austria - +43557252652 - contact@rolls-royce-museum.at
 
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