Museums in Slovakia
Among other exhibitions there is also a part for historic vehicles and firefighting equipment, you can see unique cars and motorcycles, borrowed from members of the Veteran Car Club from Poprad, and firefighting equipment from the collection of the Museum in Kežmarok. Most unique is probably the fire engine Škoda 154 (1929) that is probably the only one of its kind in Europe that is still around.
Szilágyi Family started as a Fiat retailer long time ago and also in rally motorsport as drivers. Now they are officials retailers of Abarth vehicles as well. Except a unique Fiat 520 competizione from 1928, you will find mainly Italian cars as Fiat, Lancia, Alfa Romeos etc. Fiat 520 and few Abarth's can be seen from outside, but there are nearly 40 vehicles in a closed garage.
Private museum of a local classic car club. Permanent exhibition of cars and motorcycles in the beautiful Classic Car Museum with a stylish music and professional interpretation during the inspection. The museum has a minibar, plasma screen with presentations of oldtimer events, exhibitions of contemporary toys and various awards from the Veterans events. Cars in the museum are varied. There are 14 cars at the moment.
Oldtimer Museum Sereď exhibits dozens of historic motorcycles and cars in the former renovated Barracks with an Oldtimer Café.
A unique exhibition of sports and exotic cars and motorcycles from the 1960s to the 2000s.The museum was opened in 2022 and it guides visitors through motorsport history on five floors.
Opened in June 2023 in Michalovce, within the museum, in addition to the exhibition hall with exhibits of historic cars and motorcycles, there is a reception that is used for refreshments for visitors or for organizing various social events. Also included is a sightseeing road tourist train called "Veterán Express"
in 2014, the Fire Museum opened in the former military warehouses .The museum tour consists except the fire vehicles consist of exposition of horse and hand syringes, an exposition of motor syringes, a department of armaments and equipment, a collection of international uniforms and two expositions of fire engines. The exhibits are located in three different buildings within the complex
The salt office in Galicia (Halič) was turned into a museum by Jozef Pročko. Currently, there is a museum on the ground floor, which exhibits objects related to Galicia and the surrounding region. According to Pročko, modest rooms are furnished on the upper floor, which are rented out for a nominal fee. "When we organize events here, such as the Galicia Motor Club or children's events". The collection contains many rarities.
This museum in Banská Bystrica commemorates the Slovak National Uprising, an antifascist revolt during World War II. It has many objects including including a Mercedes 170 which was used by the uprising after the occupation.