Museums in Germany
This museum was opened in Spring, 2017 featuring "interesting exhibits and scenes from almost every decade" but focusing on the period between the 1960s and 1980s, including the VW Golf GTi, Opel Manta, Porsche Targa etc.
AWD (August Wurring Düsselsdorf) was a German motorcycle company in the 1920s. August Wurring's grandson, Thomas von der Bey opened a small museum in the former factory in 2008 featuring more than 30 bikes.
Rudolf Bald's private collection focuses on BMW - he's got over 40 bikes. Also there's an NSU Kettenrad, an early 1900s automobile and more.
The private collection of Heiner Beckmann, which is now maintained by her daughter.
The owner of this store, Wilfried Blöthe has been a great Benelli enthusiast for 40 years and has an extensive private museum that houses around 100 motorcycles.
A local collection of police, fire and communal service vehicles which were popular in East Germany
The purpose of this small museum (approx. 60 m²) was to give the citizens of Arnsberg and the surrounding area an overview of the development of fire protection in Germany.
"Bulli" or Bully is used as a nickname for the T2 generation of the Volkswagen Transporter. A German fan club opened this museum in August, 2009 to celebrate the Beetle-based commercial vehicle.
A local collection of American cars and Rock'n'Roll memorabilia
An event hall, filled with classic cars and motorcycles - exhibits are changing constantly.