Museums in Norway
Torbjørn Nilsen's private collection of cars, stationary engines, tractors etc.
Bjørn Monsbakken's private collection of cars, motorcycles and memoribilia
Anton's Cultural History Center, a nostalgic museum with the main focus in the 50s and 60s, owned and operated by Anton Kåre Drønen, with good help from family and friends. Downstairs there are a number of old vehicles, mostly from the 50s and 60s, and around them you will find history and objects associated with them. On the second floor there is a walk through daily life as it was “some time ago”, and most who have lived for a while will probably recognize themselves in the various exhibitions.
Arctic Circle Classic, is a family business run by Benny Sætermo, who's been collecting vintage motorcycles his whole life and have amassed over 20 machines over the years. Models from the period between 1925-1985. There is also a WW II exhibition.
Local bus collection
The Museum is located in a street tramway depot hall in Møhlenpris, some 15 minutes by foot from the city centre. The museum is maintained by groups of volunteers, and features a Gutenberg type print shop, motor cars and commercial vehicles, domestic appliances, a section on telecommunications and a large model railway layout. The main attraction is the tramway line to the city centre, which has been under construction for several years now. Currently the old tramway has an operating museum line of about 300 meters, taking museum guests for ride with the really old street car.
Bertel O Steen is the oldest car dealer in Norway. In the reception are there is a section devoted to classic cars and the original office of Mr Steen is preserved as well.
Bjarne Lerum is heading Lerum, a jam, juice and soft drinks producer. His classic car collection is shown in a dedicated museum
Opened in 2012, this museum features a wide selection of classic cars, including locally built one-offs. Next door there is a Vespa Museum
Rolf Wee's private car collection can be visited at Frakkagjerd outside Haugesund. There are close to 200 refurbished and functioning vehicles and machines with a lot of local and Norwegian history, spread over 3,000 square meters.