Events at the AutoMuseum Volkswagen.

The Volkswagen AutoMuseum is in a state of perpetual motion: besides an ever-expanding range of exhibits, there is a constant stream of new and exciting attractions in the form of regular special shows, readings or photo exhibitions. Discover the traditional world of Volkswagen. We look forward to seeing you.

Benefit concert of thr choir Tendenz Positiv.

On Friday, 20 March 2020 at 7.00 h p.m. sounds pop songs and further musical arrangements at the AutoMuseum.

At the invitation of the Soroptimist Club Wolfsburg, the choir Tendenz Positiv, which is well-known and popular in the region, will give a benefit concert on Friday, 20 March 2020 at 7 p.m. (admission 6.30 p.m.) at the Volkswagen AutoMuseum. The repertoire of the energetic and enthusiastic singers consists mainly of English pop songs, but traditional German pieces and gospel are also represented. Look forward to a rousing musical evening. Admission is free, a donation is requested, which will be forwarded to the Frauenhaus Wolfsburg.

All-rounders. 70 years of Bulli Republic Germany.

The special exhibition shows the VW Bulli and its competitors from 12 March to 31 August 2020.

Series production of the VW Transporter started on 8 March 1950. The van, as it is affectionately known, quickly took the lead in its class. Among its competitors were the DKW Schnelllaster or the Goliath Express. The special exhibition "All-rounders. 70 Years of the Bulli Republic of Germany." compares the successful classic Volkswagen in its first generation with six competitors and also presents the richness of the early variants within its model series. The exhibits are on display from March 12 to August 31, 2020.

Ducati. The big V2 sport bikes.

From 27 November 2019 to 1 March 2020 AutoMuseum Volkswagen presents eight sport bikes built between 1973 and 2017.

From 27 November 2019 to 1 March 2020, the AutoMuseum Volkswagen is presenting a unique special show on the history of V2 sport bikes of Ducati - starting with the 750 S Beveldrive from 1973 to the Panigale 1299 R from 2017. The eight sports two-cylinder models show almost the entire spectrum of this technical variant. Ducati, part of the Volkswagen Group since 2012, began developing motorcycles in the mid-1940s. Since then, they have stood for uncompromising, timelessly elegant sports machines with the unique technical feature of desmodronic control.