The Castle is currently home to the largest private collection of motor vehicles in Britain which is housed in a purpose built museum and includes many fine and rare veteran, vintage, classic, sports and touring automobiles and motorcycles.
- An 1893 Panhard et Levassor (the first real car in the world)
- The very first Ford Fiesta off the production line
- Jim Clark's Lotus
- Peter Rachman's Cadillac
- A Bentley Speed 6
- Harley Davidson and many more...
The world renowned National Motor Museum at Beaulieu has over 250 vehicles from every motoring era.
Exhibits include some of the earliest examples of motoring to legendary World Record Breakers like Bluebird, ‘TV Star’ cars like Del Boy’s Reliant Regal and rare oddities like the giant orange on wheels.
A small fraternity of Bugatti enthusiasts gathered in October 1987, led by the late Hugh Graham Conway, and Bugatti Molsheim Limited, now known as The Bugatti Trust, was born. Hugh was acknowledged as the leading Bugatti authority of his time. The Trust was conceived as a repository for Hugh’s extensive historical collection of photographs, correspondence and Bugatti factory drawings and documents.
The museum includes the world's largest collection of Triangel fire vehicles as well as horse and hand drawn fire vehicles dating back to around the year 1700. The collection also contains everything in firefighting equipment over the last 100 years. Among other helmets, uniforms, emblems, ray tubes and hand extinguishers. Furthermore, a large collection of model fire trucks.
Gentofte Fire Museum was opened on May 17 in 1987 – on the 85th anniversary of the Gentofte fire brigade. The museum is located in a unique building inside Gentofte municipality’s old fire station from 1909. The Collection shows the development of the fire brigade from the mid 19th century until today. You can see the hand syringes from the old spraying houses and motor fire engines – including Northern Europe’s oldest Danish-built automobile spray from 1919, Triangle syringes from the 1930s and an officer wagon from the 1946.
For more than 450 years, Egeskov has stood in its beautiful location in the landscape of Southern Funen. The name Egeskov originally stems from an estate of the same name and, today, Egeskov is famous for being the best preserved moat castle in Europe. Founded in 1967, the Classic Car exhibition houses an outstanding collection of aircraft and motor vehicles. Among the many exhibits on display you can see eight aeroplanes and one helicopter, their ages spanning over a period of approximately 50 years.