Motala Motormuseum, Motala, Sweden


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September 9, 2019


October 26, 2017


"Sveriges mest besökta bil och upplevelsemuseum"

General information

The most visited car and “experience” museum in Sweden.

They have one of the largest collections of Rolls-Royce in the country. Also Ferraris, Lamborghinis and a Koenigsegggggggg. But Motala car museum has more than motorcycles, cars, and other vehicles. It has a Photo Museum showing the development of the camera. A large collection of radios, tape recorders and turntables. Many of the manufactured at the local Luxor plant.

They also have an Aquarium.

Photo by Koppi2 (Own work) [GFDL 1.2], via Wikimedia Commons

If the image is blurry, we are awaiting images from the Museum.

Number of exhibited items

Cars & Automotive: 51-100, Car Inventory link
Motorcycles & Bikes: 26-50, Inventory link

General Museum Links

Available in the following languages:
English, Swedish

Comments: Small parts in English.

Museum Contact Info

Contact Email: [email protected]
Contact Form: No information available

Getting to the Museum

Address: Platensgatan 2, Hamnen, 59135, Motala, Sweden, Europe
Coordinates: 58.5332, 15.037563200000022

Detailed Map


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Legendary marques, such as Bugatti, Voisin, Panhard-Levassor and classics from Cadillac and Bentley. Large number of motorcycles and automobilia. A Volvo ÖV4 from 1927 in a workshop.


Note: This information was accurate September, 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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