The Saab Car Museum can offer you its collections and also meetings with experienced Saab veterans. We discuss technology and design history, nostalgia and enthusiasm in our inspiring museum premises. And of course you can take home a souvenir from our shops, both on site and on-line.

We are happy for you to take photographs of the cars and the museum, but please be aware that not all private individuals may want their picture in the media.

There is an excellent restaurant right beside the Saab Car Museum, where you can have lunch or a cup of coffee. Go to to see what they have to offer.

Besides visiting our collections, you can also use the Saab Car Museum for meetings and conferences

Václav Laurin & Václav Klement started their own business in Mladá Boleslav in 1895. Today, ŠKODA is one of the longest-established automotive brands in the world, and the Museum highlights this history in the most authentic of places – the original production halls where the company manufactured cars until 1928. Right next to this site, the biggest and most modern of the company’s plants continues the brand’s success story, producing new ŠKODA vehicles every day. And history is also in constant motion at the Museum: exhibitions, events, concerts and continuous updates of the permanent exhibits offer inspiration and diversity all year long.
The Museum provides tours in many languages, as well as additional services, including special packages for groups and children. For example, why not combine the Museum tour with a tour of the adjacent production facilities to experience a fascinating journey from the history to the present of automobiles?

Started in 1948, the collection of classic cars gathered by Jacques de Wurstemberger includes cars presenting a particular
technical interest or a coachwork of a striking elegance, representing perfectly the car manufacturing from the 1920’s to our days.

According to the taste of their collector, one can see characteristic English, French and Italian cars of their time, among them are
some which were constructed to some few models only.

The Museum is dedicated to the ‘Red Arrow’ race and was brought to life by the Mille Miglia Museum Association. It was established in December 1996 by a group of Brescian businessmen known as the “Friends of the Mille Miglia”. The Association today has 50 shareholders.

The new Museum was opened to the public on 10 November 2004. Setting up this project involved restoring the Sant’Eufemia monastery complex, owned by the Brescia municipality. The property is of huge archaeological, historical and architectural value and had for some time been undergoing relentless degradation.

The Museum stands out from other automobile museums precisely because of its location at this hugely important historic site. The Mille Miglia Museum is the guardian of history there, telling its legendary story and providing living testament, day after day, to that period of the region’s past.

The Museum is not intended to be a simple archive. Instead, it aims to reconstruct this famous cultural sporting event, within the context of Italy’s vast history. The Mille Miglia Museum has been able to establish a collection of rare, four-wheeled gems, which it exhibits in its museum. This is all thanks to the devotion of private collectors and partnerships with other automobile museums, including a Cooperation Agreement the Mille Miglia has signed with the Mercedes-Benz Museum. The cars loaned to the Mille Miglia are arranged in the Museum before sets and backdrops that recall for visitors the various periods in which the race was alive.

Welcome to an extraordinary venue where automobiles tell stories and every story has a place in history. As one of the world’s largest and most diverse automotive museums, the Petersen features over 100,000 sqft of exhibit space and chronicles the evolution of great automotive engineering achievements and its impact on our culture over the past 120 years. Car enthusiasts and novices alike will enjoy attending an event in an environment that is entertaining, educational, and intriguing. The museum offers four dynamic spaces in which to host the event of your dreams. Choose between the exquisitely detailed ARTISTRY exhibit on the 1st floor, the inspiring INDUSTRY exhibits on the 2nd floor, the nostalgic HISTORY exhibits on the 3rd floor, and the iconic rooftop pavilion and terrace of the 4th floor Penthouse.

Beijing Auto Museum is located in South 4th Ring Road West, Fengtai District and adjacent to the Zhongguancun Fengtai Science Park, initiated by the Central Government, and approved by Beijing Municipal Government. The Project Office for Beijing International Automobile Exposition Center (Beijing Auto Museum), approved by Office of the Municipal Institutional Organization, is established to be the project subject as an institution, which is fully funded by the municipal government. The museum is positioned as a nonprofit organization for public welfare, with totally five big functional systems, namely, exhibition and presentation, public education, opening security, cultural industry and administrative management, the core functions of which are for the purpose of exhibition and presentation and public education, with eight subordinate functional departments for corresponding management duties respectively. The construction funds for Beijing Auto Museum are all appropriated by the government of municipal and district, and the project has an initiative fund of about RMB 700 million, to be completed in 2010 and open to the public in 2011.
Beijing Auto Museum adheres to such a principle: to be green, high-tech, and humanistic; the purpose: to carry on civilization, inspire innovation and serve for society; the development mission: to direct the causes of popular science and culture, to enhance Chinese citizens’ scientific and cultural qualifications, to expand the social impact in local communities, and to promote the overall urban competitiveness; the development vision: to promote auto science amp; technology and culture, and to encourage cultural exchanges between Chinese auto industry and the international peers; the development goal: to set up a modern scientific and technological museum featuring first-class exhibition, first-class services, and first class efficiency, developing it into the most vigorous cultural establishment in Beijing; and with the fundamental exhibition means of “approaching the mass, the living and the reality”, Beijing Auto Museum keeps spreading scientific and humanistic ideas, without the limitation of nation, region or brand.
The museum covers a building area of 49,059 square meters (including 30,475 square meters aboveground and 18,584 square meters underground), being multifunctional and fully equipped with 10 equipment systems including efficient and energy-saving lighting and night view lighting system, safe and reliable security system, and advanced intelligent management system, and 11 subsystems of weak current intelligent control. With “science, technology and society” as the theme, the exhibition and presentation are arranged with the focus on such theme contents as the exhibits and exhibition items, exhibition technology, space scene and the cultivation of exhibition atmosphere. According to the mainline of history-technology-future, the museum sets up three exhibition halls, namely Hall of Innovations, Hall of Development, Hall of Future, and Exhibition of Classical Collection of Chinese Automobile Industry. The museum carefully chooses a batch of collections of high historical or political sense, including over 80 museum-collected automobiles, related literatures more than 3000 volumes and photos over 10000. More than 50 large technically interactive exhibition items and about 40 multimedia films as well as graphic information in thousands of characters come into being through innovations, research and development by the museum, some key projects of which are supported by the municipal special funds; and the museum also organizes and compiles Auto Files, the first domestic automobile theme book series (of ten volumes), the first four books of which already published.
Beijing Auto Museum not only pays attention to the publicity of scientific and human knowledge and relevant information, but also focuses on spreading ideas of science and the humanities and promoting science and humanism ideology, helping more people observe the auto society, with concerns on the relations between people, cars and social development, so as to become the platform for visiting and studying by the social public, especially the youth, to experience science and accept enlightenment of innovation.

As initially conceived by our founder, Karl-Heinz Rehkopf, there is so much more to the former Einbeck granary from 1899: an interactive exhibition, in which 200 years of transport on wheels are chronicled in entertaining and impressive fashion.

Our 400 vehicles are lovingly presented in a dignified setting that imbues them with heart and soul. We don’t simply tell stories, but illustrate their economic, social and political background, to give visitors the feeling of having travelled back in time.

On nine levels and covering a floor space of 16,500 m², the museum presents breathtaking vehicles and over 1,500 exhibits. Discover the automotive and contemporary history from the very first patented car in the world to the hydrogen vehicle from this millennium.

Franschhoek Motor Museum is a must-see South African venue. Showcasing over a 100 years of automotive history it caters to tourists, local families and motor enthusiasts alike. The museum’s collection exceeds 220 vehicles – such as the 1898 Beeston motor tricycle – with more than 80 exhibits that are available to view at any one time, displayed in four de-humidified halls with a total floor area of 2700 mÇ, and presented in chronological order.

With a unique and exciting collection of vehicles, motorcycles, bicycles and memorabilia in the magnificent setting of L’Ormarins, Franschhoek, you can book a museum tour, have a snack at our deli, or take a tram ride to Anthonij Rupert Wines for a wine tasting.

The aim of the Museum is to give a comprehensive overview of what the automobile industry has produced since 1887. Without a doubt the automobile has completely transformed our lives. It has become an icon of modern life. It is one of the most important inventions of the 19th and 20th century.

Over 80 years ago the Louwman family recognised the importance of the motor car and decided to keep the highlights of motoring history so far for future generations. The Louwman Museum in fact dates back to 1934. Since then we have regularly added vehicles and over the years have gradually refined the collection. Today there are over 275 historic and classic motor cars in our museum. We do not aim to be all-encompassing – the motor industry has produced far too many cars over the past 130 years for that to be feasible. What we have done is compile a well-balanced collection of motor vehicles with a view to presenting a clear and fascinating overview of the history of the motor car.

The Louwman Museum was opened by Her Majesty Queen Beatrix on 2 July 2010.

The AACA Museum, Inc. at Hershey is dedicated to the preservation and presentation of motor vehicle history in a manner that provides for the education and entertainment of our guests.

Our goal is to deliver a world-class automotive experience through innovative and interactive exhibits that appeal to all ages and illustrate the historical evolution and potential future impacts of one of the most culturally defining innovations of modern times.

The Abarth Works Museum, located in Lier, aims to display a clear and fascinating image of the classic rally car industry, with special interests in Carlo Abarth’s work. As one of the biggest classic car museums in Antwerp and its surroundings, it holds a stunning car collection of rally cars, vintage cars and collectors’ items, as well as many Abarth accessories.