Museums in Ukraine
A showroom dedicated to the personal collection of Mr Srembitsky, including cars, motorcycles, bicycles, gramophones, televisions, cameras, radios, etc. Cars include a Willys, several GAZ Volga and Moskwitch cars and a military GAZ-67.
Dmitry Schvarchevsky's private collection of various automobiles made in the Soviet Union, including a gull-wing sportscar, based on a Zaporozhets
This historical collection is housed in one of the biggest fire stations in Europe.
The State Polytechnic Museum at Ukrainian National Technical University "Kiev Polytechnic Institute" is one of the biggest Ukrainian museums of technology and the biggest university museum in Ukraine. Apart from the history of the University, expositions cover a wide range of technologies and engineering: radio, television, computing, electronics, mining and environmental engineering, machinery and instruments, railway, firearms and military communication, aviation and space exploration.
The hallmark of the Kharkov Automobile and Highway University is considered to be the Laboratory of High-Speed Cars (LSA). The LSA HADI brand is known around the world as a unique school for the training of young specialists in the field of transport engineering and the creation of special vehicles for motorsports. There were over 30 racing cars built here in the last 60 years. Some of these can be seen in the exhibition hall of the laboratory.
Mezhyhirya near Kyiv is a former residence of Viktor Yanukovych, the former President of Ukraine. Today the 350-acre site has been turned into a public national park, which includes among other things a classic car museum showing the bulk of Yanukoych's car collection.
The official museum of the Ukrainian engine factory old engines, scale models of Ukrainian cars.
Phaeton, a local classic car club put together this exhibition of about two dozen rarities, including a ZIM, a Dodge Weapon and 2nd World War memoribilia.
Motor Sich a manufacturer of engines for airplanes, helicopters as well as industrial gas turbine installations opened this museum in 2012. "Expositions of different engineering technique are arranged in two roomy halls. Exhibited at the first floor is exposition dedicated to Zaporozhye engine-building works history. Presented here is collection of reciprocating and jet aero-engines produced by the enterprise during various periods of its history". On the second floor of the museum there is a collection of motorcycles.
This museum displays vehicles related to the history of public transportation in Odesa