Muzeum Narodowego Rolnictwa i Przemysłu Rolno-Spożywczego
The museum occupies an area of 10 hectares. The expositions are currently dispersed over a dozen pavilions and shelters. In its collection the museum has about 16 000 objects of different sizes - from small, simple tools to large locomobiles (the oldest is the English Robey & Corn from 1895) and steam engines.
You can see vehicles produced in Poland during the heyday of Polish motoring ere. It is a place where memories come to life, beauty and simplicity delight, and pride and admiration grow. You can see agricultural equipment, e.g. Bizon, Vistula, URSUS tractors, passenger cars, e.g. Mikrus, Warsaw, Syrena, etc., as well as special vehicles such as fire trucks. There is also a corner dedicated to Polish firefighting. Equipment would put out more than one fire there. Let's not forget about motorbikes: Komar, SHL or OSA, which are still impressive today.
Janusz Borkowski set up Kujawska Fabryka Maszyn Rolniczych KRUKOWIAK agricultural machinery factory in 1987. Now the original farm, where the company was first located is a museum featuring a rich collection of agricultural and industrial machinery, tractors, cars, motorcycles and other equipment and tools that were used in Kuyavian region.
Jerzy Mazur , a former multiple Polish racing champion, who participated at the 1988 Paris-Dakar Rally with a Star 266 truck opened this museum in 1999. Located in a former mining facility it features artifacts related to the life of Ayrton Senna and mining and rallying relics.
Muzeum Przyrody i Techniki Ekomuzeum im. Jana Pazdura w Starachowicach
Among the attractions at our Museum you can find cars manufactured by the former Star Factory . They include: the first of the entire STAR 20 family and the off-road STAR 266R participant in the 10th Paris-Dakar Rally in 1988. In 2006, the Museum purchased the preserved remains of the original papamobile manufactured on the STAR 660M2 chassisfor the needs of the First Pilgrimage of John Paul II to his homeland in 1979.