Here are over 50 motorcycles and about 20 scooters from all over the world. Also an exhibition with utensils and handicraft shops with Sami crafts and a Nordic cafe and food service with overnight stay.
This wonderful motorbike museum is located in a culturally rich environment in the middle of Västergötland. It is run on a completely voluntary basis by four enthusiasts with a genuine interest in motorbikes.
The museum has over 120 veteran bikes, the oldest, a german Wanderer from 1904. The standard machines are from 50 to 750 cc.
The technology and maritime museum in Malmö, Sweden’s third largest city, illustrates many aspects of engineering, particularly those relating to transport. It is housed in a building of the 1950s which has extensions to give access to one of its chief attractions – a Class U3 submarine of the Swedish Navy. Visitors can go through the whole vessel and most are impressed by the confined spaces in which submariners had to work.
"Here are different nostalgic exhibitions with original and reconstructed cars, mopeds, toys, radios, televisions, jukeboxes, gasoline pumps, tractors, country stores, car repair shop, household gods and a lot of more things - everything from the 50´s."
If you ever get to Frankfurt, don't forget to check out Hotel Westin, a rather elegant, 5-star hotel.
At the lobby there are at least a dozen classic cars, including a BMW 328, a Cadillac, a Ihle-bodied Dixi and many more.
The Archduke Francis Ferdinand Museum, a Habsburg emperor whose assasination prompted the outbreak of the 1st World War lived in this castle.
The museum features a lot of his personal possessions and at the entrance there are two Gräf&Stift cars.