The first Mazda museum in Europe.
The 323, the 626 and above all the MX-5? Mazda has been on German roads since the 1970s and has been known to many citizens since their youth. With the “Mazda Classic – Automobile Museum Frey”, all Mazda enthusiasts in Europe now have a place to revive their memories.
Classic cars in an historic setting. Against the unique backdrop of a former Augsburg tram depot from the late 19th century, Frey’s Mazda Classic Car Museum brings the car manufacturer’s great history to life. Visitors can expect to see lovingly restored exhibits, the highlight being the legendary Mazda Cosmo Sport. Up to 50 vehicles represent the milestones of the Japanese carmaker’s history at any one time and they are swapped over regularly.
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Number of exhibited items
Cars & Automotive: 26-50
General Museum Links
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Getting to the Museum
Address: Wertachstraße 29b, 86153, Augsburg, Bavaria / Bayern, Germany, Europe
Coordinates: 48.379279, 10.888438
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