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Svedinos Bil- och Flygmuseum

This museum contains one of Europe’s biggest collections of old automobiles and aircraft. The collection includes approximately 40 cars, 40 aircraft, motorcycles, engines, electrical appliances and much more. There is also a museum café where you can have a bit and relax for a bit.

Cars from all ages

The development of the automobile during the 20th century is a truly fascinating story, which you can delve into at the museum. In the early days of the automobile, cars were more like engine-drawn carriages and quite different to what we would consider a ‘real’ car today. In the 1930s, the rate of progression in car designs exploded, with new models rolling out each year. In the 1950s, the modern car began to take form, the inspiration for the designs being especially drawn from aircraft. The museum has a huge variety of car models on display.

In the hangar

Few things have fascinated mankind so much as the ability to fly. The designs for the earliest airplanes were based on birds, and they were not capable of flying much faster or higher than birds either. It wouldn’t take long, however, before aircraft began to soar to new heights and break new speed records over the course of the first half of the 20th century. The big breakthrough came with the invention of the jet engine, which is when the history of flight entered a particularly riveting chapter. In the museum’s massive hangar, you can walk amongst and below many different types of planes.

Summer café

At the museum, you can buy coffee and a snack and rest a while in the courtyard. The café sells cakes, pastries and sandwiches, and occasionally soups and salads. Everything is home-baked and home-made, and the café uses organic and local ingredients to the furthest extent possible.

The museum is open during the summer months. You can find the exact opening hours at Svedinos Bil- och Flygmuseum.external link


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