The fifteenth-century chateau de Sanxet is the beautiful home of twenty three cars, some of which are unique models.
The chateau produces its own wine; the visitor can taste the wine and visit the underground, fourteenth-century winery. - Pays De Bergerac
An exceptional collection in Eure-et-Loir province, this museum features a wide range of cars made between 1885 and 1965, plus bicycles and motorbikes. There are Fiat, Simca, Licorne, Panhard cars and a nice Facel-Vega as well.
The Norwegian Museum of Science and Technology is Norway's national museum for science, technology, industry, transport and medicine. The museum's objective is to demonstrate the implications of progress in Science and Technology, socially and culturally, through the ages. The museum is an educational institution with collections, exhibitions, publications and other activities, which makes it a place of learning for all.Through its collections and exhibits it chronicles the development of Norway from an agrarian society to a complex industrial society.
Gammelbilens Venner, a local classic car club set up this museum, which shows the 100-year-old history of cars. The exhibition includes passenger cars, fire trucks, motorcycles, and old workshop equipment, scale models etc..
The unique collection counts around 400 motorized vehicles and machines, among them a portable steam engine from 1903. About 200 machines are on display - mostly tractors and stationary engines, but also some vintage cars, motorcycles and construction machinery.
"Many of the cars that were used to show tourists around Geiranger in the 1920s and 1930s are still in good condition. The current collection has ten such cars, and they are still available for hire with a chauffeur".