Museums in Denmark
PanzerMuseum East is Scandinavia's largest private collection of military vehicles from the Warsaw Pact. Here you will find tanks , Armored Personnel Carriers, Infantry Fighting Vehicles, self-propelled and towed artillery, ground-to-air missile system, field hospital, trucks, jeeps, uniforms, medals, awards and technical equipment such as engines, fire control, radio communications, as well as motorcycles.
The only Skoda museum outside the Czech Republic, this collection shows over 30 cars made by the Mlada Boleslav-based company since the 1930s
Ole Sommer’s collection of 80 veteran cars gathered over the past 60 years is housed in a three-story building on the property of the dealerships he once owned.
You can now enjoy a large unique collection of cars and motorcycles from a bygone era, with a view of Lillebælt, and situated on a beautiful spot in Strib. Rolls-Royces, Cadillacs, Buicks and many other outstanding vehicles are presented in the museum. You can for example see a Cadillac from 1908, which is still going strong.
Exhibition of 60 race-cars, cars from James Bond films and historic cars,including Aston Martin, Austin, Bentley, Ferrari, Jaguar, Maserati, Mercedes, 18 Rolls Royce and more. All beautifully restored and presented in beautiful surroundings. The automobiles have belonged to and been used by Denmark’s King Frederik IX, the Shah of Persia, the Sultan of Oman, Sir Winston Churchill, British Field Marshal Montgomery and Captain Carlsen.
Vagn Bruncke’s museum was opened in 1990 and features various Saab cars, built between 1952 and 1973.
"VW & Retro Museum is a privately owned museum that lets nostalgia blossom and pay homage to the VW classics, as well as their bygone era through countless retro items. Here, the love and passion for old things are at the forefront and. For us, originality is a matter of course, so that all cars displayed are in good and original condition. The museum has several different exhibitions, so we are more than just cars. For example, visit grandmother's living room and grandfather's office, as well as the museum's old grocery store, which is filled with period everyday goods."