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Museums in Hungary


The outdoor museum located at Budapest Airport showcases the history of Hungarian aviation: an enjoyable, interactive exhibition, from the appearance of the Li-2 to the Tu-154, with 14 aircraft and numerous pieces of ground service equipment - including plenty of interesting Ikarus buses and passenger cars used by the airport in the 1970s and 1980s.

Euro-Ring Collection

Euro-Ring is a privately owned racing circuit in Southern Hungary, 50 km from Budapest. The headquarters feature a selection of microcars (Mochet, Heinkel Trojan, Messerschmitt Kabinenroller etc.) and small motorcycles and mopeds (Jawa, Panni etc.)

Euro-Ring Gyűjtemény

Kaáli Museum

A private collection by Professor Géza Kaáli, featuring over 90 motorcycles (almost all Hungarian brands from the 1930s to the 1970s, plus Harley, Zündapp etc.) and around 50 cars, including a 1914 F.N.


Kecel Moto Collection

Árpád Hatvani's private collection of motorcycles was opened in the Summer of 2023. There are 90 motorbikes shown, including Hungarian-made Csepel, Pannonia, BMG, Meray, Mera-Puch, Szabolcs etc. Additionally there is a series of single-cylinder BMWs, bikes from Ex-Comecon countries etc.

Photo is courtesy of Zoltán Ocskay.


KpST Park

KPST park is an open-air attraction of over 700 unrestored cars, trucks, buses all made in former COMECON countries in the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s.