Three museum in one.
Arvika Fordonsmuseum (Arvika Vehicle Museum)
The museum has cars from all ages, but also old motorcycles, mopeds, carriages, sleds, bicycles and even a snow kick from Arvika Vagnfabrik. More than a 100 vehicles that are constantly rotated to keep the exhibition alive. Some of the cars on the collection: Stanley Steamer, 1924; Mercedes 370 S Cabriolet, 1931; Humber, 1903; Volvo PV Valbo Cabriolet, 1953; and the first prototype for Indigo 3000.
Club MC-Veteranerna (Vintage Motorcycle Club)
On the second floor the Motorcycle club “Club MC-Veteranerna” shows their large collection of two-wheelers. Brands like HVA, Douglas, Indian, Bultaco, and Norton.
Thermia made stoves and heaters from 1923. Now they do heat exchangers etc.
Photo by Liftarn (Own work) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
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Address: Thermiavägen 2, 67130, Arvika, Sweden, Europe
Coordinates: 59.6611696, 12.5919058
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Note: This information was accurate July, 2019 when it was published/updated, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.
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