This being the go-to attraction of my childhood, I can only recommend anyone at least a little interested in cars or history to visit this place. From 70± years old cars, to prototypes that never seen the streets, to army and special vehicles, trucks or even trains! This place is not so big as I made it sound, but if... 更多
Very nice exhibit with old vehicles. Sadly you cannot touch or try out anything so it can be boring for children. Employees don't speak English and basically all the item descriptions are in Slovakian, so it's more for your eyes than for your brain... :)
This museum is recommended for those, who like transportation and/or who are with kids. The museum has a small collection of vintage (early 20th century) cars and motocycles. One of the halls include these as well as railway signals, instruments, while the other has a number of vehicles produced during the days of Czechoslovakia (including some prototypes) and a room... 更多
Pleasant hour or so looking at cars; bikes & trains. The descriptions are only in Slovakian, but that didn't detract for us. If you like looking at the original of cars go, if your not interested in that then it won't be your bag.
This museum is really good for family with kids. There are old trains, cars, bicykles. Museum is not big, but nice. If you have kids dont miss visit this nice place.
Could be a little bit better structured - lot of exhibits, but there is some lack of information. History of czechoslovakian vehicles (mostly motorcycles, cars, some bicycles, railway) - skoda, jawa, baz, etc.
No single car or bike has an English annotation or description. If your Slovak is fluent it's ok, in all other cases you can just watch the vehicles.
This is not a huge museum but they do have a few gems. As a gear-head this was my favorite attraction in Bratislava. There were a number of old Indians, a 1920s Harley Davidson, as well as several JAWA, CZ, BMW, Velocette, Ogar, Gilera and others. Most are in pretty good condition but some of the others are definitely in... 更多