Museums in Slovakia
Private museum of a local classic car club. Permanent exhibition of cars and motorcycles in the beautiful Classic Car Museum with a stylish music and professional interpretation during the inspection. The museum has a minibar, plasma screen with presentations of oldtimer events, exhibitions of contemporary toys and various awards from the Veterans events. Cars in the museum are varied.
This private showroom in Kosice can be visited by appointment. It shows nearly 20 cars, mostly from Czechoslovakia including some Skoda rarities, few motorcycles and two trucks with some memorabilia, bicycles etc Cassovia Oldtimer also organizes a 30 minute mini-train tour around the main street showing the architecture of the city. "Our ambition is very simple... To take you back to the time of your childhood......and let our children understand the time you grew up in...to show them, where their ancestors lived..."
Peter Sklenár's private collection of cars, old typewriters, models etc.
"Valašský šenk" opened it's gates in 2007 as a traditional Slovak restaurant. As the owner is a former racing driver he had the idea of showing his collection in the restaurant. You can see plenty of Czechoslovakian motorcycles inside the restaurant in corners and hanged on walls. In the private garage near the restaurant you can see even a bigger collection and memorabilia including Cajka, Skoda cars and a Czechoslovak formula car by appointment.
The Slovak Technical Museum is a major Slovak technology museum, based in the eastern Slovak city of Košice with branches throughout Slovakia In one the halls of Museum of Aviation you can find plenty of motorcycles and cars mainly from the Eastern block. The main Road Transport collection is in Bratislava though
Visitors to this private museum can mopeds and motorcycles made in Czechoslovakia from the smallest to the Jawa 500. There is also a three-wheeled Velorex and a Rikša.
The Slovak Technical Museum resides in Kosice. A new subsidiary was set up in 1999 at an old steam-railway station in Bratislava which caters for road transport. The permanent exhibition of road transport features a collection of vehicles ranging from the very first means of transport with and without engines, through bicycles, personal vehicles and lorries of the period between the two world wars, up to the vehicles from the 1960s and 1970s.