Torre Loizaga car museum and its Rolls-Royce collection

Torre Loizaga is a renovated tower house and automobile museum, located in Concejuelo de Galdames, Biscay, in the Basque Country, Spain.

Today it is the most complete Rolls-Royce collection in Europe exhibiting a wide variety of styles as the firm delivered the chassis, engine, radiator and hood, leaving the finish in the hands of master bodybuilders chosen by the buyer. And it’s one of the few places in the world where all Phantom series models made up to 1972 can be seen together.

The tour through six pavilions allows you to enjoy authentic automotive gems and offers a dynamic and suggestive vision of the evolution in the design of these cars, going through almost one hundred years of history from the oldest model, the Silver Ghost of 1910 , up to a Silver Spur from the 90s. The 45 units that make up the Rolls-Royce legacy are complemented by some thirty prestigious European and American vehicles that review technological advances and the impact that cars have had on society, culture and the economy.

Described as one of the most significant Rolls-Royce collections in the world, it contains 45 Rolls-Royce cars in three pavilions, in a total of 75 cars on display.

Its most significant cars are an 1899 Allen Runabout, and a rare 1956 Rolls-Royce Phantom IV, originally owned by HH Abdullah III Al-Salim Al-Sabah, Hakim of Kuwait.

Address: Lugar Barrio Concejuelo, 2012, 48191, Bizkaia, Spain

How to get to?

From Vitoria-Gasteiz 1 hr 15 min (93.3 km) via AP-68

From Bilbao 35 min (31.0 km) via BI-636

From Madrid 4 hr 18 min (431 km) via A-1

Working Hours:

Tuesday Closed
Wednesday Closed
Thursday Closed
Friday Closed
Saturday Closed
Sunday 10AM–3PM
Monday Closed

The price: €7 for adults, and €3 for children between 12 and 18 years of age.

GPS coordinates: 43.2516°N 3.1292°W

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