Museums in Hungary
A small but nice collection of various classic cars
The Hungarian Disaster Management Office (Országos Katasztrófavédelem) opened an open-air museum on the yard of the Újpest fire barracks during September, 2020. You can see plenty of fire engines which were made in Hungary by MÁVAG, Csepel.
László Szakács, an enthusiastic collector of Pannonia motorcycles set up this museum, which features unrestored motorcycles in their original condition, brochures related to the brand, operating instructions, and accessories.
Tibor Péli's private motorcycle collection with some really interesting locally made motorcycles
Breathtaking private collection of hundreds of military vehicles, arms models. You can see T34 tanks, airplanes, helicopters and naturally lots of trucks.
Retro Design Center is a private collection of artifacts, including cars, motorcycles and everyday objects from the 1970s and 1980s representing the State-Socialist (others call it mistakenly Communist) Era. If you would like to see a preview check out this video
A local pub which has a small collection of cars and motorcycles from the 1960s, 1970s.