Museums in Netherlands
The stables at the Dutch Royal Palace houses a few royal classic cars, including a Minerva and a Mercedes-Benz.
PIT is the Dutch national safety museum. It takes its name from the blue flashing light used by the police, ambulance and fire services. Beginning in the past, continuing through the present and into the future, the museum presents a good overview of how safety is organized in the Netherlands. Visitors can discover how the emergency services ensure our safety as well as what they can do themselves to contribute to a safe society.
Leo Bersboom's small private collection of Saab cars. There are nine cars, including a Saab 92, a Sonett II and a Sonett III
Andre Boer is a well known authority and collector of Chevrolet Corvettes. Over the last 35 years he amassed over eighty Corvettes in a privately owned museum. The collection includes every year of Corvette made. It also includes almost every special edition made for the public, such as the anniversary editions, collector’s editions, ZR1 Corvettes, all the Pace Car Corvettes, the first ever Euro spec pre-production C6 Z06, a Duntov Mark of Excellence ’67 427-435HP convertible and lots of other special Corvettes.
A private museum of classic cars, focusing on Rambler and AMC. There are over 55 cars shown.
Private collection of Ernst H L Kasteleijn, which includes a rare P1900 and a lot of scale models and memorabilia