Located on Treaty 4 and Treaty 6 territories and the Homeland of the Métis, the Western Development Museum (WDM) is the largest human history museum in Saskatchewan. With a collection of over 75,000 artifacts ranging from pins to locomotives and four locations in the province, the WDM shares the Saskatchewan story from the beginning of settlement to present day. Each museum location focuses on different aspects of Saskatchewan history – transportation in Moose Jaw, farm and rural life in North Battleford, 1910 Boomtown and innovation in Saskatoon and stories of immigration in Yorkton.
"It is a military-historical museum about the Battle of the Bulge (winter 1944 - 1945), situated in the middle of the former battlefield of Poteau, a small village in the Belgian Ardennes. It has a new and also family-friendly conception. Explanations in English, German, French and Dutch. Picnic - and play areas are also available.
In the spacious building: many showcases with original objects, several life-size dioramas with old war equipment and dummies in uniforms, historical military vehicles, cannons, authentic photos and movies of the well-known ambush at Poteau"
Guy Moerenhout was one of the very last Abarth rally racers, supported by Fiat Auto Belgio. He has been the owner of a Car & Tuning Workshop since 1971, and decided in 1997 to let everyone enjoy the benefit of his experience and knowledge about all matter Abarth. Since 2007 he is the proud owner of the 'Abarth Works Museum' in Lier.
The Louwman Museum in The Hague features one of the most impressive private car collections in the world. Several hundred cars are on show to teach you all about car history. The Louwman Museum offers a wide collection that includes everything from antique and classic cars to Formula 1 racing cars and hybrids.
PIT is the Dutch national safety museum. It takes its name from the blue flashing light used by the police, ambulance and fire services. Beginning in the past, continuing through the present and into the future, the museum presents a good overview of how safety is organized in the Netherlands. Visitors can discover how the emergency services ensure our safety as well as what they can do themselves to contribute to a safe society.
National Corvette Museum was established as a not-for-profit foundation with a mission of celebrating the invention of the Corvette and preserving its past, present and future.
The 110,000 sq. ft. building houses more than 50 Corvette models and one-of-a-kind concept cars spanning the history of Corvette. Also on hand are thousands of Corvette related photos, movies and videos, advertisements, scale models and rare memorabilia. Spotlighted are the people who have made Corvette an American icon.