Museums in Russia
One of the best known private automobile museums in Russia
The history of the museum started in 2005 when the veterans of the Great Patriotic War asked Andrey Kozitsin, the president of UGMK Holding (Ural Mining and Metallurgical Company) to restore a few machines for the Victory Parade. The museum was opened in 2013 and features hundreds of tanks, airplanes and a 3-storey building filled with classic cars.
On the territory of science town Chernogolovka, located about 40 km from Moscow, there is the Military-Technical Museum, dedicated to the history of the civil and military vehicles. The collection brings together vehicles made in the Soviet Union, Germany, France, USA, Japan and other foreign countries and covers more than 100-year period from the end of the nineteenth century to the present day.
Mosfilm is the oldest Russian film studio. In this museum there are costumes, movie-related memoribilia and some old cars and bikes.
Mostransavto, Museum of the History of Road Transport was opened in February 2019. It features over 700 exhibits, including buses, trucks and cars of domestic production. All equipment is restored and restored. The pride of the museum are various modifications of the Moskvich car.
There are over 300 motorcycles and scooters shown in this private museum
A private museum by Lev Pestov. He was inspired by small similar museums of the West, which can be found in Germany or the Czech Republic. At the moment, regularly updated exposition has more than 40 motorcycles shown. Part of the exhibition moved from the ice palace of the city of Kovrov.
A private collection featuring over 100 motorcycles made in USSR, Poland, UK, Sweden, Germany, Japan etc.
A museum on the shores of Lake Ladoga north of St Petersburg, Russia, about the heroic supply treks across the lake and down to Leningrad during the WWII siege of the city by Nazi Germany. It's partly open air and partly indoor exhibitions. Photo: piter.tv
Bizon, a trader of agricultural machinery in the south of Russia set up this museum which features dozens of classic tractors (Fordson, McCormick) and a couple of cars as well.