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Lillebror MC Motorcycle Museum

A motorcycle dealer with a private collection of motorcycles

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Bertel O Steen Company Museum

Original name: 
B O S Bedriftsmuseum

Bertel O Steen is the oldest car dealer in Norway. In the reception are there is a section devoted to classic cars and the original office of Mr Steen is preserved as well.

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Lundhaug Collection

Private collection of Arne Anton Lundhaug

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Vespa Museum Fornebu

A nice collection of Vespa scooters, located next to a car museum

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Car Museum Fornebu

Original name: 
Fornebu Bilmuseum

Opened in 2012, this museum features a wide selection of classic cars, including locally built one-offs. Next door there is a Vespa Museum

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Erik Gjermundsen's Car Museum

Original name: 
Erik Gjermundsen's Bilmuseum

Erik Gjermundsen's private collection, which highlights microcars primarily

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Fire Museum, Kristiansund

Original name: 
Kristiansund Brannmuseum

Local fire museum with a few fire engines

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Classic Car Museum, Haugesund

Original name: 
Veteranbilmuseet, Haugesund

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.

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Arctic Circle Classic Motorcycle Museum

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.

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Anton's Cultural History Center

Original name: 
Antons Kulturhistoriske Senter

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.

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