Museums in Czechia
The museum of American veterans JK CLASSICS is located in the woods next to the village of Lužná (Rakovník district). You can find indoor and outdoor exhibits including many cars and trucks.
The Museum of Single-Track Vehicles at Kámen Castle was first opened to the public on Saturday, June 22, 1974. This makes this thematic installation one of the oldest of its kind in our territory. At present, a large part of the collection is occupied by Jawa and ČZ machines from pre-war and post-war production. The exhibition houses motorcycles of other brands, some of which we can still meet at various events. These include, for example, Poustka (1925), Praga BD (1928), Ogar 250 Standart (1936), Premier Sachs 98 (1939).
"Visitors of the exhibition hall (area 2.000 m²) are vividly shown the history of the Czechoslovakian army from its upcoming in World War I to nowadays. Furthermore, there are collections of infantry munitions, field- and anti-aircraft guns, NBC protection means, and many other topics which belong to the main focus of the exhibition. Unique is the detailed presentation of the leading characters of the army in the 1930s (Supreme Commander of the Forces in 1938 Army General L. Krejčí, Brigade General B. Fiala, Chief of the Directory of the Fortification Works Division General Ing.
The private museum of Tomas Moravec shows historical bicycles and motorcycles. The collection of the museum comprises approximately 50 bicycles, 20 motorcycles and contains many other unique items at this time.