The most important museum of motorsport of South America and the best dedicated to a single driver. The Juan Manuel Fangio Car Racing Museum pays tribute to the quintuple Formula One World Champion and summarizes the history of car racing in a dynamic display of over 50 cars.
Museo de la Industria "Brig. My. Juan Ignacio San Martín"
Opened in 1996, the museum focuses on the history of the local industry. Cordoba is one of the industrial hubs of Argentina, where automobiles, motorcycles, airplanes are being produced.
There are Justicialista and IKA cars shown - both were the results of an initiative to produce a "national car" in the early 1950s. Similarly, locally produced motorcycles are also shown.
The peculiarity of this museum, located in the Autodromo de La Plata, is that all its cars are as they competed, with the original engine and in all cases can be used anywhere in the country. The museum arose out of Hugo Mazzacane's passion and now counts over 70 vehicles.
The Rocsen ("Saint Rock") Museum is a museum located in Nono, Córdoba Province. It was established in 1969 and features a "multifaceted" collection of over 18,000 pieces, with natural history, archaeological and decorative objects from all around the world. It also includes a huge technical collection related to carriages and automobiles: we find in this collection the most diverse types of vehicles.
This Automobile Museum is the first collection of automobiles open to the public in the Province of Salta, it houses a varied collection of Automobiles and objects related to motorsports, they range from 1890 to 1980.