With about 30 cars, the Aguinaga Mercedes-Benz Museum is not the biggest, but this is one of those collections exhibited with care and taste even in the smallest details. A true delicacy for the eyes and therefore also suitable for those family and friends who can accompany us without necessarily being car enthusiasts.
The Alcázar, a military academy in the 18th and 19th centuries, and a notorious symbol of nationalism in the Spanish Civil Wars, has since 2010 has been the site of Spain’s army museum, an amalgamation of several institutions. It has a huge collection, totalling more than 35,000 items including knives, swords, firearms, artillery pieces, flags, uniforms and medals. It includes leather shields and breech-loading shotguns used by the army.
Recognised as one of the best museums in Europe, it has become an icon for all motorsport fans and an obligatory stop in the route to Andorra. This is a 1000sqm exhibition with more than 190 national and international motorcycles, where some of them are considered to be unique pieces in the world.
The creation of today’s National Museum of Science and Technology was an old Catalan ambition. As part of the museum, the collection of cars, lorries, engines, aeroplanes, motorbikes and bicycles on show at the mNACTEC takes us on a journey through the history of transport, from its beginnings in Spain in 1857 up to our own times. Of the vehicles exhibited, it’s worth pointing out among other things the Locomobile steam car, built in 1899, the 1957 SEAT 600, the 1955 Biscuter, or the 1932 Fairchild aeroplane.
Founded in 1989 by Xavier Perramon and Antoni Tachó, descendants of ex-PTV workers. They found a PTV prototype at the old factory which today is displayed at the club HQ alongside with a lot of motorcycles and a few cars.
The car collection of the Museum of the RACE Cultural Foundation the history of the automobile from its beginning: Delahaye, 1899, Hispano Suzie, Delaunay Belleville, etc. before 1910 and some newer units but also representative of different eras.