Museums in Austria
This museum is devoted to Italian cars, including Alfa Romeo, Fiat and Lancia
The Archduke Francis Ferdinand Museum, a Habsburg emperor whose assasination prompted the outbreak of the 1st World War lived in this castle. The museum features a lot of his personal possessions and at the entrance there are two Gräf&Stift cars.
Erich Müller's private collection was opened in a new, purpose built hall in July, 2010. On 2000 sqm there are classic cars, carriages, motorcycles, bicycles and other vehicles shown.
The charm of vintage cars, technological developments, social changes: the Aspang Automobile Museum is the second largest publicly accessible collection of vintage cars in Austria, with 120 automobiles. The exhibits range from a carriage car equipped with a motor in 1888 to an early electric car. The museum features noble Morgans three-wheelers, Bentleys, Gräf & Stift, entire series from Steyr and Steyr Fiat, cult cars from the "Austro Kaimann Formula Super V" to the beloved and feared GDR vehicle "Trabi". ...
Austrias biggest automotive museum, which is close to VIenna which set up by Dr Barnea.
- On an area of 12.000m2 there is a ...
- Car Exhibition
- Sports- and exclusive car Exhibition
- Motorbike, trike, scooter and moped exhibition
- Bikes and cars for children
- Aa small militaria exhibition
- Nostalgic spear parts and equipment exhibition
- Repair shop anno 1946
This classic car museum is located in a lovingly restored barn, which is directly connected to the hotel "Das Salvator - Iris Porsche Landhotel". Car fans and historians as well as those who do not like motorsport are impressed by the numerous exhibits on display.
Over 85 years of motorcycle history with about 40 restored specimens,
In close cooperation with the Austrian Society for Historical Automotive Engineering (ÖGHK), the history of numerous car brands from the USA and Europe is documented here with the help of over 150 exhibits - lovingly restored or in their original condition - well-known names, many of which can now only be seen in museums, stories and old films.
Kurt Siedler's private collection of BMW, Tatra, Steyr and Glas.
The historic vehicles of the Vienna Fire Brigade are exhibited in the main fire station in Floridsdorf. The stock ranges from horse-drawn wagons to the first automobile fire truck from 1903 to vehicles from the 1970s.