Museums in Poland
The museum was established in March 2011. There are 30 buses which were in circulation in in Poland between the 1970s and 1990s, including Jelcz, Skoda-Liaz and Ikarus.
Private collection of Mirosław Dylong, featuring around 20 cars
Antoni Przychodzeń opened the Fiat 126p Museum in the rooms of a disused factory on Karpacka St. Included in the collection is the green ‘maluch-kabriolet’ (‘tiny tot’ cabriolet), the diesel-fuelled ‘maluch’, the ‘maluch’ on caterpillar tracks and many more.
Set up in 1953, this museum features firefighting equipment and fire trucks, including a Mercedes from 1926.
The Ford Mobil Museum is a collection of vehicles produced or referring to the beginnings of American motoring. Mostly Ford cars. The collection includes over 40 vehicles, of which 24 are original cars, 6 motorcycles and several replicas.
An extraordinary base located on a hill behind Malechów, run by Marian Laskowski. Fort Marian is a place that every enthusiast of military vehicles and militaria should see. It is here that the Museum of Historic Vehicles, operating at the Tytan Association, is located. The museum is undoubtedly a showcase of the commune,
attracts tourists from home and abroad.
"Luxury limousines and popular cars, cars that changed history and trucks remembering the turmoil of the war, a review of motorcycles from various parts of the world" - this is how the Gdynia Automotive Museum is advertised.
A private collection of pre-2nd World War motorcycles, including AJS, Zundapp, BSA, DKW et. al.
Zygmunt Bieniek's private collection of antique tractors and classic cars.
Jaroslaw Janowski's private collection of cars, which ranges from a 1916 Ford Model T to a Polish-built Mikrus from the 1950s. It has been opened to the public in May, 2023