Museums in Germany
The museums in the German city of Schramberg are united under a common umbrella. Members include a Diesel engine museum, a railway museum and two motoring museums: - Steim Automobile Collection - ErfinderZeiten Automobile and Watchmuseum, Schramberg
There are over 60 vehicles exhibited in this local collection, ranging from a 19th century bicycle to a 1950s Lloyd.
This museum was opened in May, 2020 featuring local automobile brands NAW and Sperber
Small, but nice local collection of classic cars, including a Porsche 718 RSK
The Automobile Production Museum (Autombilbaumuseum) was founded in 1967. Since 1994 it has its home in the rooms of the Wartburg Sparkasse´s Administration building at the street named Rennbahn. A select series beginning with the Wartburg Motor Carriage (1899) and ending with the Wartburg 1.3 in the early 1990s documents over 100 year tradition of automobile production in Eisenach. Sportscars, Prototypes, and special variations of the cars produced in Eisenach are being prepared for the expansion of the existing exhibition
The Engstingen museum has a nice collection of about 140 classic cars, made between 1945-1959. Additionally there are photos, posters and a recreated workshop
"History on wheels" this is the motto of Automuseum Melle which was opened in 1997. It features over 200 historic vehicles.
Autohaus Hertrampf has been around for 90 years as a car dealer. Today it represents Renault. Adjacent to the showroom there's a museum with a lot of different cars - from a Ford Model T to a Soviet Tschaika and motorcycles.
"As a brand-independent museum, our permanent exhibition is based on the collection of both the museum’s founders. Unique automobiles from the Volkswagen and Porsche brands are on display, as well as a variety of classics, vintage cars, vintage commercial vehicles and rare models from other brands". There are temporary exhibitions as well
The Volkswagen AutoMuseum is situated near the Volkswagen factory where the latest Volkswagen models are produced. On an exhibition space covering some 5,000 square metres, a total of 130 vehicles provide a fascinating insight into the product history of Volkswagen. Among the main exhibits are many rare concept vehicles, prototypes and one-off models. This is a relatively down-to-earth museum, compared to the nearby AutoStadt complex, but for Volkswagen fans it is like a shrine.