The biggest Rolls-Royce Museum in the world! Located in a historic textile factory near the Rappenlochschlucht east of Dornbirn. Over 1.000 exhibits, on three levels, a reconstruction of the first Rolls-Royce manufacturing facility, an original tearoom for every kind of festivities and the “hall of fame”. The Safari-Touring-Car of King George V, the Limousine 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.
I visited this museum in the summer of 2018 and took a lot of images that we will publish shortly. SOME of the cars they had at that moment were:
- Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost, 1924
- Rolls-Royce New Phantom, 1926
- Rolls-Royce New Phantom, 1927
- Rolls-Royce Phantom I, 1928
- Rolls-Royce Phantom I, 1929
- Rolls-Royce Phantom II, 1930
- Rolls-Royce Phantom II, 1931
- Rolls-Royce Phantom III, 1937
- There is also a beautiful light blue Delahaye 135MS, 1946.
To see all data about the cars I photographed visit Journey to: Rolls-Royce Automobilmuseum Franz Ferdinand Vonier, Dornbirn, Austria.
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Images below from my visit in June 2018. To see all the images visit Journey to: Rolls-Royce Automobilmuseum Franz Ferdinand Vonier, Dornbirn, Austria.
A new Rolls-Royce museum has opened up just down the road: Rolls-Royce museum “the World’s finest”.
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Getting to the Museum
Address: Gütle 11a, 6850, Dornbirn, Austria, Europe
Coordinates: 47.390702, 9.776955
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