Museums in Netherlands
Te museum has a large collection of pre-war cars. We have oldtimers from several big European brands such as Peugeot, Renault and Citroën. Apart from those we also have some less known brands. For example, have you ever heard of Singer, MG or DKW? Finally we have several American oldtimers from Ford and Chrysler. Additionally there is a separate section devoted to historical textile and lace
Meindert van Wijk's collection over over 50 Opel classic cars is shown in a purpose-built hall.
A private collection of about 50 European motorcycles made between 1920-1965
As its name suggests this museum is home to Indian, Harley-Davidson etc.
A smaller collection of diverse brands of cars, mopeds, motorcycles and related decoration material.
The van Grinsven family's private museum with some interesting cars.
A private museum, opened in Spring, 2012. It features about 50 cars, from a 1926 DeDion to a 1990s Mercedes-Benz AMG DTM racer. Entry is free
The DAF museum is a perfect example of Eindhoven's proud industrial heritage, displaying all products by "van Doorne's Automobiel Fabriek" (DAF).
De Wolfsburcht (Wolfsburg) is the first museum for the air-cooled Volkswagen in the Netherlands! The museum is an initiative of André van Wijlen. The aim is to take you through the history of the air-cooled Volkswagen and what largely went on in the world during that period. This makes this museum more than just a car museum!
Edwin Groen's Eenden (Duck) Museum is a paradise for lovers of the Citroën 2CV. Over 300 cars are on display - mostly Citroën, but you can find some others too!