A local technical high school's collection of more than 80 original motorcycles and cars offers a fascinating overview of the history of motorization from the late fifties to the present day. It is increasing constantly. There are 10 motorcycles and 14 motorbikes in Polish section from 1950 - 1989 which prove the splendor and success of motorization industry at that time.
The collections in the Museum of Urban Engineering include artifacts from the history of urban communication, urban engineering, the history of Polish motoring, Cracovian craftwork, industry and technology. The museum is located in the old tram terminus and depot complex
The collection was started by John Peda in the 1970s. By the end of '70s the collection grew so extensive, Peda had to build a museum. In the 1990s steam engines, old farm equipment and aircraft parts were added.
"The Motorisation Museum was created in 1995 in Otrębusy near Warsaw. At present the collection includes approx. 300 antique vehicles. The oldest vehicle is a US TITAN tractor from 1895. The oldest lorry: Mercedes from 1913. And among passenger cars a FIAT of 1919. Among the exhibits there are passenger cars, lorries, buses, airplanes, perambulators, bicycles, motorcycles and also operating tanks. At present reconstruction works are carried out on several dozens of vehicles, including the famous Polish 7TP tank and the reconnoitring TKS tank. A real rarity is the ZIS convertible of J.
Considered a jewel among motoring museums - the unique collection at the old Schlumpf Museum is one of the most prestigious automobile museums in the world! The Schlumpf brothers started collecting cars, especially Bugattis in the 1960s. In 1976 they escaped to Switzerland and their collection has been turned into a museum. It is known as the Cite de l'Automobile since 2006.
"On the initiative of Paul Leon, who was the director of Fine Arts, the museum was created at the Compiegne Castle. And it was through the efforts of Leo Auscher, who was the vice president of the Touring Club of France, that the National Museum of the car and Tourism was inaugurated in 1927 by Edouard Herriot, the Minister of Public Education and Fine Arts.