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Car and motorcycle museums

Germany has a long tradition of motor manufacturing. Take a journey through 120 years of automotive history. "Destination Germany" has a variety of automobile-related museums. Exhibitions range from brand-specific collections and museums of automotive history to museums dedicated solely to motorcycles. Whichever one you decide to visit, it will certainly be well worthwhile.

Fritz B. Busch Car Museum
One of the finest and largest private collections in Germany, the Fritz B. Busch Car Museum in Wolfegg is home to more than 100 classic cars, a number of motorcycles and tractors, and a handful of caravans. The museum is within easy reach of Ravensburg or Lake Constance.

Motortechnica Museum in Bad Oeynhausen
One of the largest classic car exhibitions in Germany, the Motortechnica Museum takes visitors back to a bygone age. More than 450 fascinating exhibits are on display, including cars, motorbikes and special features such as an authentic replica of a 1950s garage.

Technology museums in Sinsheim and Speyer
At the two largest classic car museums in Germany you can see everything from vintage cars, racers and motorbikes to tanks and tractors. And there is much more around technology and locomotion. It`s a must not only for technology enthusiasts.

"August Horch" Automobile Museum, Zwickau

August Horch, the founder of Audi, worked for decades in Zwickau in eastern Germany. The town is famed for its automotive heritage, which began with Horch and Audi and continued with the Trabant. The August Horch museum is housed in the old Audi factory - a seminal location in motoring history. It tells the story of Audi and the town's car manufacturing history with numerous authentic exhibits.

Motorcycle Museum at Augustusburg Palace
Augustusburg Palace is home to one of the most important and comprehensive motorbike collections in Europe. The museum focuses on motorcycle history, two-stroke racing and the famous Zschopau bikes such as the DKW and the MZ. Boasting a wealth of unique exhibits, the museum is hugely popular with motorbike fans.