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Transport Museums in Central Europe

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Central European Transport Museums in alphabetical order

  • Abarth Works Museum Guy Moerenhout Racing (Road), Lier, Belgium

    Museum has a large stock of Abarth cars, spare parts.  Specials like: Fiat Abarth 124 Rally, Fiat Abarth 1300/124, X1/9.

  • August Horch Museum (Road), Zwickau, Germany

    On the ground of the former Audi factory, at the origin of great automotive history, you find the August Horch Museum.

  • Auto & Technik Museum Sinsheim (Road, Air, Rail), Sinsheim, Germany

    HUGE Transport museum, Tupolev Tu-144, Concorde, Me-109, about 60 planes. 300 vintage cars, old Mercedes, Maybachs, Bugattis etc.

  • Autobau Erlebniswelt (Road), Romanshorn, Switzerland

    Experience the fascinating world of Aston Martin and Bugatti, Ferrari and Lamborghini, Maserati, Mercedes, Porsche and many car brands!

  • Automuseum Adlkofen (Road), Adlkofen, Germany

    Adlkofen vehicle museum has been constantly expanded since the beginning in 1980. It has currently 72 four-wheeled exhibits, 120 two-wheelers and 250 individual engines.

  • Automuseum Melle | Car Museum (Road), Melle, Germany

    It presents “History on Wheels” in industrial palace of furniture factory Melchersmann. A museum with over 200 cars on a rotating display. 

  • Automuseum Prototyp (Road), Hamburg, Germany

    Automuseum Prototyp shows rare sports and racing cars from 70 years of automotive history. Porsche ancestor Type 64 from 1939; Porsche 597 “Jagdwagen”,1958

  • AutoMuseum Volkswagen (Road), Wolfsburg, Germany

    On 5,000 square a total of 130 vehicles with many rare concept vehicles, prototypes and one-off models.

  • Autoworld (Road), Brussels, Belgium

    They have around 1000 cars of which a “smaller” part is displayed at Autoworld Brussels. They also display a lot of motorbikes.

  • BMW Museum (Road), München, Germany

    This museum shows the history of the BMW brand.

  • Brussels Air Museum at Royal Museum of the Armed Forces and Military History (Air), Brussels, Belgium

    The Air and Space Section has had a fast and very successful development thanks to a few military and civilian airmen and ground crew.

  • Cité de l’Automobile, Schlumpf Collection (Road), Mulhouse, France

    This is said to be the largest Car Museum in the World. They have almost 520 cars of which 400 are shown at any one time.

  • Classic Park (Road), VK Boxtel, Netherlands

    Exploitation of Classic Park rests on several pillars: payed visits to the museum, acquisition and sales of automobiles, corporate and public events. Classic Park features several well-equipped event and conference rooms and a charming restaurant. The…

  • Deutsches Museum Verkehrszentrum (Road, Rail), Munich | München, Germany

    In exhibition spaces covering a total of 12,000 square metres, you can experience 275 historical trains, cars, motorcycles, bicycles and coaches.

  • Dornier Museum (Road, Air), Friedrichshafen, Germany

    This museum is dedicated to the genius Claude Dornier’s accomplishments. It preserves and documents the Dornier company’s achievements in aviation and aerospace history in a striking architectural setting.

  • EFA Automobilmuseum (Road), Amerang, Germany

    More than 220 German car legends of all brands. From the first Benz, the grandiose creations of the 20’s and 30’s, the cute little cars of the 50’s, to the fast-paced modern cars.

  • Fahrzeugmuseum Streicher (Road), Lalling, Germany

    “A museum for people with petrol in the blood” Almost 100 classic cars and over 200 motorcycles.

  • Ferdinand Porsche Erlebniswelt fahr(T)raum (Road), Mattsee, Austria

    Fantastic museum near Salzburg in Austria. Old cars, mainly Austro Daimler, that Ferdinand Porsche was involved in.

  • Fondation Hervé (Road), Aigle, Switzerland

    The collection of classic cars includes cars presenting a particular technical interest or a coachwork of a striking elegance, representing car manufacturing from the 1920’s to our days.

  • Healey Museum (Road), AK Vreeland, Netherlands

    The earliest Healeys receive a prominent place in the collection. The Museum shows a number of Warwick built Healeys, including a Sportsmobile from 1949.

  • Klassikstadt Car | Auto Museum (Road), Frankfurt am Main, Germany

    On more than 16,000 square meters over 350 vehicles of various eras, almost 100 parking spaces in the glass pit lane and 35 workshops.

  • Koller’s Oldtimermuseum (Road), Kleinwetzdorf, Austria

    About 70 cars from the last 120 years of car history. 1886 to modern brands, Porsche, Ferrari, Jaguar. Rare ones: Bugatti, Hispano Suiza and Packard. Bicycles, motorbikes and tractors.

  • Louwman Museum (Road), Haag, Netherlands

    The world’s oldest private collection of motor cars. Over 250 amazing cars. It’s considered one of the most beautiful auto museums in the World.

  • Mazda Classic, Automobil Museum Frey (Road), Augsburg, Germany

    Largest collection of Mazda’s outside of Japan collected by a Rotary Engine and Mazda mad family. Up to 50 vehicles represent the Japanese carmaker’s history.

  • Mercedes-Benz Museum (Road), Stuttgart, Germany

    Museum presents 160 vehicles and over 1,500 exhibits. Even the building it self is well worth a visit.

  • Merks Motor Museum (Road), Nürnberg, Germany

    This museum shows 84 cars and 20 motorcycles.

  • Motor-Sport-Museum am Hockenheimring (Road), Hockenheim, Germany

    On 2,200 sqm it has over 300 exhibits from all eras of motor racing. Historical racing cars and bikes are shown with some of the latest formula cars, racing bikes and touring cars.

  • Musée Automobile de Vendée (Road), Talmont-Saint-Hilaire, France

    4 cars from 1898: Decauville Vis à Vis, Peugeot, Tricar Leon Bollee, and Victoria par Belvalette. Oldest car from 1885, a steam-driven Dion Bouton.

  • Musée de l’Auto Mahymobiles | Mahymobiles Car Museum (Road), Leuze-en-Hainaut, Belgium

    Over 300 cars are on permanent display. How about an Ava Monoplace, a Barré or a Corre La Licorne?

  • Musée de l’Automobile de Valençay | Valencay Automobile Museum (Road), Valençay, France

    This Museum shows about sixty cars from 1898 which are all in running order. They also have garage signs collection, car parts and ancient posters.

  • Musée De L’aventure Peugeot (Road), Sochaux, France

    The “Aventure Peugeot” Museum is one of the most important sites in eastern France, the main witness of two centuries of industrial saga of the Lion brand.

  • Musée des 24 Heures du Mans (Road), Le Mans, France

    With 120 vehicles, the Automobile Club de l’Ouest tells you about the epic of the automobile in Sarthe and the success of its international race.

  • Musée Matra officiel (Road), Romorantin-Lanthenay, France

    Modern, clear and warm, the Matra Automotive Space, which has been open since May 2000 on its current site, has become a must-see. More than 3000 m².

  • Museum Fichtelberg, Cars Planes and Bikes (Road, Air), Fichtelberg, Germany

    A transport museum with exotics automobiles, airplanes, motorcycle, fire engines, and tractors.

  • Museum for historical Maybach cars | Museum für historische Maybach-Fahrzeuge (Road), Neumarkt in der Oberpfalz, Germany

    Almost 20 historical Maybach-cars in chronological order.

  • Old Timer Museum (Road), Lo-Reninge, Belgium

    Belgian Cars such as Excelsior, 1911; Fabrique Nationale (FN), 1924; Minerva, 1930 and Imperia, 1937. A Decauville 1899 and other cars. Old Belgium bikes. Militaria.

  • Porsche Museum (Road), Stuttgart, Germany

    Over 80 Porsche vehicles are shown in this architecturally very bold building.

  • Rolls-Royce Automobilmuseum Franz Ferdinand Vonier (Road), Dornbirn, Austria

    World’s largest Rolls-Royce museum, a must see Car Museum!

  • Rolls-Royce museum “the World’s finest” (Road), Dornbirn, Austria

    A small but very exclusive museum with only coach-built Rolls-Royce and one Bentley cars.

  • Swiss Museum of Transport (Road, Air, Maritime, Rail), Luzern, Switzerland

    All types of transport from bicycles to the locomotive the Crocodile. More than 30 historic aircraft. ‘Monteverdi’ car exhibit, large numbers of historic vehicles.

  • Technik Museum Speyer (Road, Air, Rail), Speyer, Germany

    Largest Space Exhibition in Europe! 600 unique exhibits. Space shuttle BURAN. Also Cars, Bikes, Plains, Fire Engines, Locomotives, and “The Moon” area.

  • Zeppelin Museum Friedrichshafen (Road, Air), Friedrichshafen, Germany

    Zeppelin Museum houses the most extensive collection on the history of airship travel. Most famous, the LZ 129 Hindenburg. A Maybach Zeppelin, 1938 is also exhibited.