I was going to ask if you went there as well, it was a lot "crustier" than the Autostadt, but still a cool visit. Bit strange when I went there (May 2008), it was mid week, practically empty and I seemed to be left to my own devices to walk around without anyone supervising. Suppose there might have been CCTV in there but didn't notice it. Did you see that MK2 Golf "boat" ? Also did you see a MK4 R32 in either the museum or Autostadt? Pretty sure there wasn't one there in 2008.
Great to see this level of spec finally made it onto a Golf.
The museum was quiet when we went this time , and it was same in back in 2003.
It's a bit run down but it doesn't matter because the amount of old cars they have there is just cool.
I was really looking forwards to seeing the prototype mk4 r32 again, but sadly it wasn't there at all, bit upset by that !
They had the prototype mk5 gti, and it was nice to see some small changes here and there , sadly didn't make it to production .
Also had the 2009 treffen worthesee gti mk6 'excessive' edition which had all sorts of cool touches to the body kit which funnily enough can now be found on the edition 40 clubsport. Things like the front and rear aero parts ... Great to see how the worthesee special one offs end up being sort of production models , or at least bits and bobs off them.
There was also a golf r 'touch' , which was basically a golf r, with full LCD dash, LCD massive headunit and LCD climate everything was touch screen .
The mk2 golf see boat car thing was there yes, as well as the vr6 corrado that top gear drove from UK to leave it in that museum.
I've got loads of pics of everything.
Mk2 limited was cool,
There was a Bora hydrogen car
Yellow mk5 golf gti with r32 bumpers, some sort of special edition gti that one .
Great place to visit for vw fan