Kisa Bilmuseum was created by Grahns Bilar AB, which started its operations in Kisa in 1962. The company is still in the middle of central Kisa with sales of new and used cars, as well as complete service and spare parts sales.It features Saab, Opel and there's also a Caddy V8
'Autohaus Martin', a dealership has a nice and extensive Opel classic car collection, which also contains very rare examples, such as two pre-war convertibles with special bodies. These classic cars and classic vehicles are witnesses to the automotive development at Opel over the past 80 years. You can marvel at over 25 classic cars, most of them in a ready-to-drive condition. Some vehicles are still in an unrestored but still good condition, just as they were put in our 'basement' a few years / decades ago.
The Erwin Hymer Museum tells the cultural and technical history of caravanning from the point of view of adventurers, pioneers and travelers. The interactive exhibition invites you to participate and experience it yourself. A cheerful parade of more than 80 historical vehicles; caravans, camping buses, cars, motorbikes and much more from all over the world, from tiny to huge, sometimes bizarre and rare, evoke memories, tell stories and invite you to be amazed.
The Auto & Tractor Museum is an exciting museum with a total of 350 automobiles, motorcycles and tractors. The vehicles are integrated into a collection of countless exhibits, which show the development of rural and urban life over the past 100 years. Tools, technical equipment, household appliances, doll's houses and also different workshops take the visitor back in time. The different epochs of the past 100 years are shown with their typical characteristics in handicrafts, agriculture, automobiles and living.
This is an agricultural, engine and technical museum that reflects the development in society during the 20th century. The collection consists of approximately 2500 objects, tractors, implements, engines, locomotives, cars, mopeds, radio and television, cameras, toys and a host of other everyday objects.
The unique road history collections, which are managed by the state-owned Maritime and Transport Museum are stored at a former road station in Kjula outside Eskilstuna. The road history collections consist of hundreds of machines and vehicles from the entire 1900s, along with thousands of objects of different sizes and designs, all of which are linked to road history.