Rolf Wee's private car collection can be visited at Frakkagjerd outside Haugesund. There are close to 200 refurbished and functioning vehicles and machines with a lot of local and Norwegian history, spread over 3,000 square meters.
Arctic Circle Classic, is a family business run by Benny Sætermo, who's been collecting vintage motorcycles his whole life and have amassed over 20 machines over the years. Models from the period between 1925-1985. There is also a WW II exhibition.
Anton's Cultural History Center, a nostalgic museum with the main focus in the 50s and 60s, owned and operated by Anton Kåre Drønen, with good help from family and friends. Downstairs there are a number of old vehicles, mostly from the 50s and 60s, and around them you will find history and objects associated with them. On the second floor there is a walk through daily life as it was “some time ago”, and most who have lived for a while will probably recognize themselves in the various exhibitions.
Germany's biggest fire department museum displays approximately 14.000 exhibits on over 4000 square meters. Amongst others, one can see 100 vehicles used since the establishment of the fire department. You can look at some rare vehicles from the GDR, as well as helmet and coin collections from the entire world.
Konrad Auwärter realised one of his lifelong ambitions by putting together this incredible museum, which charts the story of both the Auwärter company and Neoplan buses and the story of coachbuilding in general. There is also a separate section on Glas, Reutter and Porsche. A really nice museum, which is just a stone's throw away from the Neoplan factory in Pilsting.