Škoda Auto Museum

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Škoda Auto Museum

Škoda Auto is one of just four automakers in the world which has an unbroken history stretching back over 100 years (1895). The Škoda Auto Museum is located in Mladá Boleslav, Czech Republic, adjacent to a large production facility (tours of the factory can be arranged).

The remodeled museum was opened in the Autumn of 2012. The museum is now divided into three divisions in separate spaces. In the Evolution section is the most important products, from the first bicycle, motorcycle, tricycle, and first car (1906) with the performance of seven hp and other important products up to the newest designs.

There is also a racing car 720 Spider, 1100 OHC, and Super-Sport Ferat. Division Tradition shows cars from different eras, brand participation in motorsport, logo development, and personalities and events associated with the brand. In the last section Precision, people can see the reconstruction of the historical car in various stages of development.

tř. Václava Klementa 294,
293 01 Mladá Boleslav, Czechia
P:
+420326832038
E: muzeum@skoda-auto.cz

Škoda Auto Museum Admission:

Unguided Museum tour CZK 100 
Museum tour with a Czech-speaking guide** CZK 140 
Museum tour with a foreign language-speaking guide** CZK 180 C
Museum and production plant tour with a Czech-speaking guide** CZK 200 
Museum and production plant tour with a foreign language-speaking guide** CZK 300 
Museum tour for kindergarten children CZK 30 
Annual ticket CZK 300 
Combined ticket F. Porsche Birth House & ŠKODA Museum*** CZK 120 

Plan: 1-2 hr

Škoda Auto Museum Hours:

Daily 9 am – 4:30 pm

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Automuseum Dr. Carl Benz

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Automuseum Dr. Carl Benz

The exhibits of Automuseum Dr. Carl Benz are shown in an open and spacious atmosphere in the halls of the historic Benz factory. The contemporary witnesses of this mobile past should remain within reach of the people of modern times as if the past decades had only been a moment. In our museum, you can read stories as documents of an epoch that determined the fast pace of our time through moving wheels

Ilvesheimer Str. 26,
68526 Ladenburg, Germany
P:
+496203181786
Email: info@automuseum-ladenburg.de

Automuseum Dr. Carl Benz Admission:

Adults €5
Kids €3

Plan: 1-2hr

Automuseum Dr. Carl Benz Hours:

Wednesday, Saturday  & Sunday 2 pm – 6 pm

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Foundation Auto Museum Volkswagen

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Foundation Auto Museum Volkswagen

The past becomes tangible, memories are revived, emotions are brought to life, historic automobiles set the pulse racing, and a marque with history has one thing over its competitors – its credibility based on many years of trust. The saying at Volkswagen – it goes on and on and on – from the Beetle era continues to apply to the Golf in the modern age.

Only a few hundred metres separate the past and the future here. The Volkswagen AutoMuseum is situated near the Volkswagen factory where the latest Volkswagen models are produced. On an exhibition space covering some 5,000 square metres, a total of 130 vehicles provide a fascinating insight into the product history of Volkswagen. Among the main exhibits are many rare concept vehicles, prototypes and one-off models.

The Foundation Auto Museum Volkswagen was officially born on 25 April 1985. That is the date on which the technically and historically significant collection curated by the Volkswagen Group – housed in a former clothes factory with a certain industrial charm – was first opened to the public. On 1 January 1992 the museum was converted into a non-profit-making foundation: the Volkswagen AutoMuseum Foundation. In spring 2001 – at the same time as the ZeitHaus museum opened in the Autostadt – the museum concept was revamped and the decision was taken to concentrate solely on the Volkswagen marque, further enhancing the attractiveness of the exhibition.

Dieselstraße 35,
38446 Wolfsburg, Germany
P:
+49536152071
Email: info@automuseum-volkswagen.de

Foundation Auto Museum Volkswagen Admission:

Normal price: € 8
Concessions: € 4
Families: € 20
Annual pass: € 40
Groups (from 10 people): € 4 per person
Guided tours (10–25 people, by prior arrangement): € 40

Plan: 1-2hr

Foundation Auto Museum Volkswagen Hours:

Tuesday – Sunday 10 am – 5 pm

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Riga Motor Museum

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Riga Motor Museum

Riga Motor Museum is the biggest antique vehicle museum in the Baltic countries, located in Riga, Latvia. The museum is a state agency operating under the Republic of Latvia Ministry of Transport. Since 1992, the museum is a member of the International Association of Transport and Communication Museums, since 1994 a member of the Latvian Museum Association, and since 2002 – a member of the Latvian Transport Development and Education Association.

The museum is located at 6 Sergeja Eizenšteina Street in the Mežciems neighborhood of Riga. The museum also features a café and a sports club.The museum was founded in 1989 on an initiative from the Latvia Antique Automobile club. The building was designed by the Latgyprogorstroy architect Viktors Valgums.

Since 1992 it is a state museum.In 2013 the museum closed for reconstruction works. All vehicles were moved to a temporary museum location in Rāmava. In 2 July 2016, the museum opened after reconstruction for everyone.One of the most significant exhibits in the museum is the 1938 Auto Union racing car Type D, which was saved from cutting into scrap by Viktors Kulbergs, president of the Antique Automobile Club of Latvia.

Sergeja Eizenšteina iela 8,
Vidzemes priekšpilsēta, Rīga, LV-1079, Latvia
P:
+37167025888
Email: info@motormuzejs.lv

Riga Motor Museum Admission:

Adults €10
Children/Students/Seniors €5
Family €10

Plan: 1-2hr

Riga Motor Museum Hours:

Tuesday – Sunday 10 am – 6 pm

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Museum of Automotive History

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Museum of Automotive History

Among the 140 pieces on display at the Museum of Automotive History, which rotate among the nearly 240 that the collection has, you can enjoy some jewels from the history of the automobile, such as the tricycle patented by the German engineer Karl Benz, which is considered the first propelled vehicle. for an internal combustion engine from history, a 1922 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost, a Cadillac Fleetwood 75 that belonged to the dictator Francisco Franco, or the jewel in the collection, a 1930 Hispano-Suiza in its original state since it has never been needed undergo restoration. In addition, temporary exhibitions with content from other collections are common.

The museum exhibits the collection of Demetrio Gómez Planche, a former technical architect who, with the help of his family, has collected all kinds of automobiles, motorcycles, documents, and accessories related to the automotive world for more than 40 years. The Gómez Planche collection was joined by contributions from the Directorate General of Traffic, the Iveco-Pegaso Historical Center and other contributions, both public and private.

The Salamanca Automotive History Museum, located opposite Casa Lis, is also equipped with a library, newspaper library, video library and an archive.

Pl. del Mercado Viejo,
S/N, 37008 Salamanca, Spain
P:
+34923260293
Email: info@museoautomocion.com

Museum of Automotive History Admission:

Adults €5
Concession €3
Children under 5 free

Plan: 1-2hr

Museum of Automotive History Hours:

Tuesday – Sunday 10 am – 2 pm & 5 pm – 8 pm

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The Malta Classic Car Collection

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The Malta Classic Car Collection

These are the sensations that run through you when you are passionate about cars. And at the Malta Classic Car Museum, they are absolutely head over heels in love.

Although many cars inspire, there are some classic cars that simply set your heart racing and your blood pumping like fuel flowing through a V8 engine. These classics, art given shape in steel and chrome, range from T-Birds to Spitfires and Fiats to Fords. They encompass the iconic look and feel of motoring and they have a vast selection spread over 3,000 square meters of the museum.

The cars have been restored to a pristine condition, looking like they have just rolled off the production line. As you stroll around the Malta Classic Car Museum, it feels as if you are walking back through time and revisiting the golden eras of motoring.

To really take you back in time they have also decked out the museum with a collection of antiques and memorabilia from the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s. Gramophones, antique television sets, jukeboxes, and even the fashions of yesteryear all frame our collection and help put it in context.

The engine is running and the road is clear, so jump on in and take a trip with us down memory lane.

Tourist Street Saint Paul’s Bay,
SPB 1020, Malta
P:
+35621578885
Email: info@classiccarsmalta.com

The Malta Classic Car Collection Admission:

Adults €10.00
Children €4.50 

Plan: 1-2hr

The Malta Classic Car Collection Hours:

Monday – Friday 9 am – 5 pm
Saturday & Sunday 9 am – 2 pm

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