The outdoor museum located at Budapest Airport showcases the history of Hungarian aviation: an enjoyable, interactive exhibition, from the appearance of the Li-2 to the Tu-154, with 14 aircraft and numerous pieces of ground service equipment - including plenty of interesting Ikarus buses and passenger cars used by the airport in the 1970s and 1980s.
A private collection by Professor Géza Kaáli, featuring over 90 motorcycles (almost all Hungarian brands from the 1930s to the 1970s, plus Harley, Zündapp etc.) and around 50 cars, including a 1914 F.N.
The retired professor Mr Dionis Pashlakov Dionis Pashlakov from the small Macedonian town Negotino has spent his entire life working on his dream. More than 25 years he has been collecting old timers, in different conditions to finally bring them back to life. Today he is proud to say he has his own Museum for old timers . But this is not where he stops. His ideas are growing and as he says, he will keep working until he is breathing. He has over 108 cars
Zagreb's Technical museum and its 60 year tradition proudly follows the footsteps of the great science and technology museums of the world. It is one of the cities' gems. The transportation department offers a chronological journey through the development of water, land, and air transportation.
The Jawa Museum Rabakov is divided into two separate exhibitions. The first exhibition located in the main building contains a basic comprehensive line from 1929 to 2014. You can see the first motorcycle manufactured under license Janeček - Wanderer, then "how time went" pre-war motorcycles, various types of rockers, police and military motorcycles, motorcycles designed for driving school, Velorex cars and more. The exhibition also includes hundreds of period advertisements, old oil cans and other items associated with motoring in the past.
War belongs in the museum. That is the motto of the War Museum Overloon. The War Museum Overloon presents the history of the Second World War. Here you see how it can be that in five years’ time more than fifty million people lost their lives, but also how the oppressed people resourcefully coped with restrictions and shortages
Hjallerup Museum of Mechanics is a historical museum that collects and stores tractors, cars and motors, MC’s, air planes, farming equipment plus other mechanics and mechanical equipment. Even some of the first Danish made electric cars are displayed.