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Museums in Slovakia

Restaurant Valašský Tavern

"Valašský šenk" opened it's gates in 2007 as a traditional Slovak restaurant. As the owner is a former racing driver he had the idea of showing his collection in the restaurant. You can see plenty of Czechoslovakian motorcycles inside the restaurant in corners and hanged on walls. In the private garage near the restaurant you can see even a bigger collection and memorabilia including Cajka, Skoda cars and a Czechoslovak formula car by appointment.

Škoda Classic Cars Museum

Personal collection museum of Škoda enthusiastic Michal Michálik from Žilina is now officially open on new address in Trenčín. Collection of more then 40 Škoda and Laurin & Klement cars will be shown here and the exhibits will be changed time by time. You can still see part of the collection in the Holiday Inn hotels parking lot in Žilina.

Škoda Classic Cars Museum

Škoda Classic Cars Museum

Personal collection museum of Škoda enthusiastic Michal Michálik from Žilina is now officially open on new address in Trenčín. Collection of more then 40 Škoda and Laurin & Klement cars will be shown here and the exhibits will be changed time by time. You can still see part of the collection in the Holiday Inn hotels parking lot in Žilina.

Škoda Classic Cars Museum

Transport Museum

The Slovak Technical Museum resides in Kosice. A new subsidiary was set up in 1999 at an old steam-railway station in Bratislava which caters for road transport. The permanent exhibition of road transport features a collection of vehicles ranging from the very first means of transport with and without engines, through bicycles, personal vehicles and lorries of the period between the two world wars, up to the vehicles from the 1960s and 1970s.

Transport Museum Rajecké Teplice

The youngest exposition of the Považský Museum in Žilina is a joint work of the Považský Museum in Žilina and the member of the Slovak Ariel Club. It is located in the building of the Rajecké Teplice railway station.
You can take a walk through the development of transportation from the earliest times to the present day after ringing the bell on the door of the building from the platform. The exhibition, titled From the History of Transport in Slovakia, consists of three parts.

Ariel motorcycles