The Citroën & DS Adventure Conservatoire, Aulnay-sous-Bois

France, Europe

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September 13, 2022

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Submitted by: Conservatoire Citroën & DS.

With nearly 300 vehicles on display, the Conservatoire has the largest Citroën collection in the world. Under the metal beams of the main building, the Conservatoire’s extraordinary fleet of cars is arranged by decade or by thematic islands: sport, adventure, concept cars or utility vehicles. Since 2019, a new space is entirely dedicated to the vehicles of the very young brand DS AUTOMOBILES which prepares its collections for future generations.

Number of exhibited items

Cars & Automotive: 201-300

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Maciek Stokfisz
Maciek Stokfisz
2 months ago
Great place for any car enthusiast! It's quite difficult to get there by public transport (only one bus each hour),…
Duncan S
Duncan S
5 months ago
Fabulous collection and I had the extra joy of being the only one wandering around on the morning of my…
Stoyan Hristov
Stoyan Hristov
2 years ago
Unbelievable. Must see for every car enthusiast.
Brad T
Brad T
3 years ago
This is a rich and varied collection from some of the company's first cars to future concept cars. Almost every…

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Address: Bd André Citroën, 93600, Aulnay-sous-Bois, France, Europe
Coordinates: 48.965916, 2.49527

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