About a 1000 vehicles were built by Tidaholms Bruk between 1903 and 1934. Nine of them are shown in the C-building at the museum. They produced trucks / lorries, buses, fire trucks, and other heavy vehicles. Creative engineers and skilled craftsmen created these historically interesting cars. They were called “Tidaholmarna” and were seen all over Sweden and even in Oslo and St Petersburg.
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Number of exhibited items
Cars & Automotive: 1-25
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Phone number(s): +46 (0)502-60 61 95
Getting to the Museum
Address: Vulcans väg 5, 52230, Tidaholm, Sweden, Europe
Coordinates: 58.1792990999999, 13.958785900000066
Usually only for private use. Always check for latest info on the home page!
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