Vehoniemi Automotive Museum

Kangasala, Finland

Vehoniemi Automotive Museum exhibition consists about 50 restored cars and motocycles. In the museum you can see for example the only Mercedes-Benz 300 SEL Waxenberger 6.3 in the world and Trabant donated to the Police of Finland. The museum is located in the Vehoniemenharju preservation area. The observation tower has a nice view over the Roine and Längelmävesi lakes.

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Founded: 1983
Category: Museums in Finland
Historical period: Independency (Finland)

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www.automuseo.com

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4.1/5 (based on Google user reviews)

User Reviews

Muhammad Ismail Abdali (2 years ago)
A beautiful summer sightseeing with car museum, summer outdoor theatre, traffic park for children, marina, sometimes local traditional markets and events.
Chandru Actionvoip (2 years ago)
Large space near a beach. Traffic park for kids is good.
Henri Thauvón (2 years ago)
It's great there's a lot of foxes
Robin Bobin (2 years ago)
It needs some time to reach this museum if you are in Helsinki for example but this place is very recommended for family visit - just a lot of interesting items including first of all nature around and ... a visit of another car museum not far from this when will go back to Helsinki.
Jukka Luoma (2 years ago)
Lunch is excellent. In Finnish I would say - Konstailematonta kotiruokaa. Translation could be - Home made food that tastes just perfect!
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