Museums in Poland
At the Reconstruction Technology Office of Historical Vehicle Engineering we put our effort to extensively implement reverse engineering. The technical documentation (construction and technological) is worked out, to enable manufacturing parts, sub-assemblies and whole vehicles. We introduce put into practical effect projects regarding restoration of historical vehicles, engines, machines and other artefacts of technical culture. The range of vehicles can be visited at the headquarters of the company.
The collection was started by John Peda in the 1970s. By the end of '70s the collection grew so extensive, Peda had to build a museum. In the 1990s steam engines, old farm equipment and aircraft parts were added.
The Automotive Museum in Nieborów is the result of the owner 's sentiment for motoring. The museum has several dozen cars, about a hundred motorbikes, tractors, planes, household items and toys from the past, books, magazines, photos, posters.
A bar and more - among others it features the owners' collection of 2nd World War trucks and motorcycles
It is possible to see eight prototypes designed by the BOSMAL Institute
"This museum exhibits Fire service equipment representing the development of fire protection in the extent of technical equipment. Among the exhibits is a unique collection of fire brigade vehicles, including Daimler and Benz-Gagenau from the beginning of 20th century and the oldest wooden horse-drawn fire pump apparatus from 1717."
Private collection of American cars and automobilia.
Private collection featuring more than 60 different cars
On 1 June, 2019 a new museum was opened in the former FSO factory in Warsaw, Poland: "Warsawa, Syrena, Fiat 126p, Fiat 125p, Polonez, Żuk and other great classic cars. They once motorized Poland, today they are the object of desire for collectors and motoring enthusiasts. Thanks to the involvement of the Foundation for the Protection of Industrial and Technological Monuments (Fundacja Ochrony Zabytków Przemysłu i Techniki) and the "Treasure of Nation" Motoring Museum ( Muzeum Motoryzacji SKARB NARODU) there is now a magnificent exhibition in the former FSO paint shop.
The museum was established in March 2011. There are 30 buses which were in circulation in in Poland between the 1970s and 1990s, including Jelcz, Skoda-Liaz and Ikarus.