Museums in Austria
On the 4500 m² of Ferdinand Porsche Erlebniswelten fahr(T)raum in Mattsee, a world of technology stands right there at your fingertips. Automobiles from past eras invite you to set out on a historical journey of discovery through the life of inventor Ferdinand Porsche. The former shoe factory housing the exhibition lies only 15 km outside of the Town of Salzburg and provides the perfect setting for this collection of historic automobiles. The grandson of tinker and inventor Ferdinand Porsche, Ernst Piëch, presents fully functional vehicles to visitors.
As its name suggests, this museum mostly features tractors and agricultural machines, but a few old cars and motorcycles are also being shown.
A steak restaurant with an adjacent classic car museum, this is what the Fehr family offers to the visitors in Wiener Neustadt. 50-70 vehicles are shown on two floors.
Local fire museum with a few fire engines from the 1940s and 1950s.
Local fire museum with five fire engines
A fire museum by the local association of firefighters who look after the old fire engines. It displays old fire trucks
Professor Friedrich Ehn first opened his motorcycle museum in 1980 so in 2020 it celebrates its 40th anniversary. It is one of the best known museums in the country with over 250 motorcycles shown.
Hartwig Kamarad's private collection of over 50 trial motorcycles and memorabilia.
The Hausberger family deals with classic cars - mostly Mercedes-Benz. Additional their private collection of Mercedes-Benz cars, ranging from 1930s to the 1970s is shown in this private museum.
"Immerse yourself in the world of traffic from yesteryear! Pictures from old films come back to life: dream of a romantic excursion for two in the Isetta ("Knutschkugel"), of the first bus excursion in a VW "Sambabus", rediscover Grandpa's first car. Find out which simple devices the fire brigade deployed decades ago, set a railway signal yourself - and play to your heart's content with our model railroad layout! Marvel at Fürst Khevenhüller's flying machine from 1913, which is powered solely by muscle power - an absolutely unique piece of aviation history - and dream of the good old tram.