Museums in Hungary
The outdoor museum located at Budapest Airport showcases the history of Hungarian aviation: an enjoyable, interactive exhibition, from the appearance of the Li-2 to the Tu-154, with 14 aircraft and numerous pieces of ground service equipment - including plenty of interesting Ikarus buses and passenger cars used by the airport in the 1970s and 1980s.
Gyula Garamvölgyi, a Hungarian collector opened his own museum in July, 2012 which features a dozen Cadillac cars made between the 1920s and the 1960s
The former factory of Csepel Trucks has been converted to an industrial park, but the heritage is being kept alive.
Euro-Ring is a privately owned racing circuit in Southern Hungary, 50 km from Budapest. The headquarters feature a selection of microcars (Mochet, Heinkel Trojan, Messerschmitt Kabinenroller etc.) and small motorcycles and mopeds (Jawa, Panni etc.)
Béla Marczis has been collecting and restoring classic cars since 1970s. The city of Tatabánya provided him a place to show his collection of over 200 cars and motorcycles.
A private collection by Professor Géza Kaáli, featuring over 90 motorcycles (almost all Hungarian brands from the 1930s to the 1970s, plus Harley, Zündapp etc.) and around 50 cars, including a 1914 F.N.
Private collection of Jószef Mogyorós featuring cars, motorcycles and agricultural machines.
Private collection of the Maróti family, a local motoring bookseller.
Seasonally open museum awaits you with interactive programs, military and vehicle technology curiosities in a countryside environment.
A motorcycle museum set up by a local classic car club