"Finland’s only Motorcycle museum holds up to 100 motorcycles and properties related on motorcycling. Our collection offers a wide range of elegantly restored world-famous motorcycles and national racebikes and mopeds with their stories. Exhibitions change annually."
During the Cold War, the NVA, the GDR's National People's Army, was one of the best-equipped armies in the Eastern Bloc with thousands of tanks, planes, and many other vehicles. Much of the technology was scrapped after the turnaround. And what is left has been scattered around the world today. Only a few copies of the robust vehicles are still preserved in Germany. Some of them can be admired today in the NVA Museum Rügen.
The former production hall of a window factory with approx. 2000 square meters was lovingly renovated in 2010 by the Merk family. Since 2011 it serves as the new home for over 90 automobiles and around 100 motorcycles. There are also nostalgic collections of telephones, typewriters, radios, 2,000 model cars and much more. presents
The Woikoski Car Museum is renowned for its colourful guided tours. Come and hear our guide reveal the stories behind the cars. The history of the vehicles in the museum’s unique collection is part of the history of Oy Woikoski Ab as well as its owner family, the Palmbergs. Some of the cars in the museum have been in the company’s ownership since the 1930s. The stories of the cars are also closely tied to the history and development of Finland. Cars have been instrumental in driving the country forward.
Experience the history of the fire brigade from the past to the future on 4,500 square meters. Approximately 5,000 exhibits and 85 vehicles date from two centuries - all put together with passion and commitment by enthusiastic collectors.
Eisenhüttenstadt Fire Brigade Museum is the only special museum of its kind in the state of Brandenburg and is considered one of the most important and extensive collections of historical fire extuingishing technology in Germany. The permanent exhibition displays fire fighting objects from the 16th to the 20th century.
Located near Checkpoint Charlie, this museum was initiated by Andre Prager, who offers guided tours with Trabants. Here you can find the Trabi in all its facets - whether in everyday life or on holiday, as family transporter or even as a racing car.