For decades, Emil Frey’s car enthusiasts have been collecting historically interesting vehicles, aiming to maintain their valuable cultural heritage and preserve it for posterity. In the authentic atmosphere of a restored former textile factory, between 50 and 60 automotive gems are permanently exhibited on three floors. The exhibition mainly focuses on collector vehicles from the 1930s to the 1980s, for the most part of English and Japanese origin. You can admire design icons, such as the Jaguar E-Type, the Toyota 2000 GT and the Aston Martin DB4 Vantage.
The Waldbrand Fortress Museum in Beatenberg was not only one of the largest artillery works of the Swiss army, but is also a piece of contemporary history. The long tunnels in the mountain give an impression of the efforts in World War II and the Cold War to defend Switzerland.
In close cooperation with the Austrian Society for Historical Automotive Engineering (ÖGHK), the history of numerous car brands from the USA and Europe is documented here with the help of over 150 exhibits - lovingly restored or in their original condition - well-known names, many of which can now only be seen in museums, stories and old films.
This company museum mainly deals with vehicles for which RBO supplies parts for restoration - i.e. Puch motorcycles, mopeds and scooters. Lohner vehicles and several interesting BMW motorcycles are also shown.
Fahr(T)raum - Die Ferdinand Porsche Erlebniswelten
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.