Julita Farm is a larger manor house located in western Södermanland next to Lake Öljaren. Since 1944 the farm is owned and operated as a museum of the Nordic Museum. The estate was awarded to the Nordic Museum by the last private owner, Arthur Bäckström. The donation included a large part of the existing property and today comprises about 2200 hectares of land about 360 buildings and a well-preserved manor complex. Here you will find stables and caravans, kuskbostad and gardeners, dairy, brickworks, fire station, mill, saw and brick ladder.
A blend of unique technical innovations and bikes that have won World Championships, ridden by the great sporting legends of Motocross and Enduro. Thus far, this has resulted in a collection of around 340 bikes by Magnus Frodig.
In the Museum of Historical Machines and Vehicles you will find historical exhibits from the following subject areas:
- Cars and motorbikes
- Workshop, agricultural equipment and machines
- Camping, toys
- Household items and appliances
Boxberg was once a home of East Germany's largest power station. It is no wonder that this collection of around 20 vehicles and dioramas mostly focuses on the East German period. Highlights include two last surviving off-road vehicles from early East German series production - an EMW 325/3 (P1) from Eisenach and a Horch H1 from Zwickau.
Zschopau was once home to DKW, one of the great German motorcycle and car brands. Later it became the MZ factory. Today an exhibition in the local castle looks back at the story of these companies.
There are around 80 motorcycles from eight decades, plus everyday things of a DKW worker and parts of the Zschopau DKW workshop. Also worth seeing is the "DKW Collection Rasmussen", a generous gift from the grandson of the company founder, which shows rare models from the early days of motorcycle construction and personal items from the founder of the DKW brand.
The MAC Museum Art & Cars is located at the foot of Hohentwiel in Singen, not far from Lake Constance. It is a museum with a unique concept: on over 1,000 m² of exhibition space, it presents precious automobiles in dialogue with art.
The Oldtimer- und Fahrzeugmuseum Engen e.V. was founded in early 2013 by around 20 people interested in classic cars. In the museum, numerous classic cars with two, three and four wheels are shown in regularly changing exhibitions on various topics. From the unrestored barn find to the first-class restored pre-war vehicle, the members show the visitor a small selection of their treasures, which are carefully kept in many cellars, garages and barns in and around Engen.