The permanent exhibition in the Energy Park impressively documents what is probably the world's largest collection of old petrol pumps from a hundred years of industrial history. Also rounded off with vehicle rarities and treasures from 50 years of vehicle construction. Not only rare petrol pumps but also rare pieces from the automotive industry can be admired in the ENERGY PARK. For example a Facel Vega 2 of which only a few examples were made or two Mercedes 300 SL Roadster cars, rare Langenthal convertibles etc.
Mutare Museum was initially established by local enthusiasts as the Umtali Museum Society in 1954, before becoming a National Museum in 1959 and will always be indebted for its most spectacular collection of vintage cars, motorbikes and wagons, coaches and steam engines donated to the Museum by local enthusiastic collectors and the first Honorary Curator, Captain E. F. Boultbee
The Presidential Palace Museum is one of the important museums in Khartoum. It contains historical references to the Presidential Palace, the ruling periods of governments in Sudan, during the successive historical periods of Sudan’s modern history. The museum also has many other archaeological and heritage collections. It is the first museum of its kind to refer to the rulers of Sudan from 1884 to 2007.
Venerable cultural heritage museum, founded in 1908, with ethnography & natural history collections including exhibition about sport, oil and presidential limousines. Among the collections in the Uganda Museum are playable musical instruments, hunting equipment, weaponry, archaeology and entomology etc.
Established in 1934, this museum's exhibits are focused on the history of Tanzania & its people.
For vintage auto aficionados, there’s a small special collection, including the Rolls-Royce used first by the British colonial government and later by Julius Nyerere. The new extension, the House of Culture, provides an educational resource centre, a contemporary concert venue and a display area for contemporary art. Total of 6 cars used by presidents or colonial government.
The Swakopmund Museum was founded in 1951 by dentist Dr. Alfons Weber. It is the largest privately run museum in Namibia. On display are various types of indigenous plants, animals, minerals, an archaeological exhibition, the transport system of old and a variety of cultural historical objects. One of a kind and educational is the exhibition “People of Namibia.” This focuses on the traditional heritage of the different ethnic groups of Namibia.