Motorcycle Museums of Austria, Turkey, Czech Republic, Poland, Ukraine, Spain...
Auto and Moto Collections
Many museums are represented on these pages, large and small.
If you have visited one of the museums and would care to share your experience, or if you are involved with the curating and management of one of the collections and would like your museum added or updated, please contact us.
South-Bohemian Museum of Motorcycles One of the largest in the Czech Republic, the museum in České Budějovice displays around 100 motorcycles along with a remarkable variety of memorabilia, toys, antique bicycles and scale models.
The curator is a very active motorcycle historian and presents on the museum's website information on the country's automotive history along with many pages on motorcycles from around the world, with a strong focus on Eastern Europe.
Národní Technické muzeum Narodni Technicke Muzeum has a vast collection of vintage aircraft, steam locomotives, vintage bicycles, automobiles and motorcycles. Quite
a wonderful experience.
Visit motomuseum-hostalek.cz, or on Facebook at fb.com/NarodniTechnickeMuzeum
Catalan Museu Nacional Situated in Terrassa, near Barcelona, the museum has a number of Spanish motorcycles in the collection which is housed in a quite beautiful building constructed in 1909.
Ossa Museo Celebrates the history of the famous Spanish marque. Closed for maintenance Summer 2019.
Museu Isern de la Moto Established in Mollet, Catalonia, by Josep Isern on the 5th floor of his 7 story motorcycle shop, the collection entails a considerable number of motorcycles from the 1920s through to the 1990s.
It is a private museum and group visits are by prior arrangement only.
Museum Pantheon Basel Although the primary focus is on automobiles, there is a wealth of material of interest to motorcyclists. Located at Basel on the Swiss/French border, it is only a half-hour from Mulhouse.
El Museo de la Moto de Canillo The Andorra Motorcycle Museum, also known as Museu de les Dues Rodes (M2R), has a fascinating collection which includes one of the few surviving art deco Majestics with a highly unusual paint finish.
Canillo is located roughly midway between Toulouse and Barcelona.