"As initially conceived by our founder, Karl-Heinz Rehkopf, there is so much more to the former Einbeck granary from 1899: an interactive exhibition, in which 200 years of transport on wheels are chronicled in entertaining and impressive fashion. Our 400 vehicles are lovingly presented in a dignified setting that imbues them with heart and soul. We don’t simply tell stories, but illustrate their economic, social and political background, to give visitors the feeling of having travelled back in time".
After a lengthy gestation period, which was extended due to the fall of the Iron Curtain, the city council of Chemnitz made the official decision in August, 1991 to set up the Industriemuseum Chemnitz (Chemnitz Industrial Museum). “Saxony and in particular Chemnitz, is the most important industrial city... It has a long tradition in regards to the industry, transportation, science and social history which in the course of the development of this region gave an unmistakable cultural character … In connection with other engineering projects in Saxony ...
Tronstad Gaard manor is an activity center, where you can experience farming, including tractor driving, ax throwing, shooting. Aditionally there is a local history museum and a showroom with old cars.
This museum at Tjelta in Sola municipality has a unique collection of old tractors, cars, mortorbikes and truck, to mention some. There is a total of more than 180 vehicles in the museum, and all of them runs. The museum is more than 1600 square meters.