"Visitors can see historic cars, motorcycles and other exhibits from 1870 - 2005. An interesting part of the museum is an exhibition dedicated to Anthony Vitvar, a local automotive and motorcycle racer, the original owner of the property and motorsport hero... Part of the museum is devoted local racing tracks".
Cabrio Gallery shares and disseminates the legacy of JUDr. Karel Loevenstein a prominent Czech industrialist and manager, long-term CEO of the ŠKODA a.s Group - formerly Škoda's plants in Pilsen (1919 - 1939).
In the Gallery you can see nearly 30 Škoda cars, 10 Formula racing cars and five vehicles made in Bratislava by BAZ.
The exhibitions maps the history of railway transport in the region, the aviation experiments of František Formánek, a native of České Třebíč, the history of the production of the Velorex vehicle and reflections on the connection of the three rivers through the Danube-Odra-Elbe canal.
Jaroslav Šerý's private museum is located in Koprivnice near the Tatra museum. However Šerý and his friends put together an international exhibition, featuring a diverse range of brands from Laurin&Klement to Riley, from Horch to Škoda, from Alvis to Auburn. There are also a separate section on motorcycles, including the one and only two-wheeler made by Sodomka, the famed Czech coachbuilder. Additionally there are toys, memorabilia, posters and other miscellaneous exhibits.
This museum exhibit cars and motorcycles from the COMECON era, mainly from the period 1960-1990, including Trabant, Wartburg, Škoda, Tatra, Dacia, Lada, Moskvich. But you can also see vehicles that drove in 'capitalist foreign countries'. E.g. Mercedes, Fiat etc ...
The house where Ferdinand Porsche was born in 1875 has been owned by Škoda Auto since 2011. It belongs to the Škoda Museum and features four showcases in total present historical pictures of design and engineering skills – from the first tools to the latest inventions. Special attention is paid to Bohemia and the region´s long-standing tradition of excellence in technological development. The modern exposition will interactively engage visitors in learning about the world of technology, rich history and the future of mobility.
In the premises of the renaissance chateau extended and modified in the 18th century. there is a permanent exhibition History of Fire Protection. The 15 halls present the oldest methods of extinguishing, the development of fire brigades since the middle of the 19th century, the development of firefighting uniforms and examples of historical and contemporary technology.