Firstly, this museum isn't close to the City centre, it is at an outlying centre called "Otrebusy".
It is a small, privately run museum, and as such is fairly modest due to a lack of funding. The collection however is worth the 10zł entrance fee. It will not take too long to look around, but you may need to hunt to find parking nearby, as parking at the museum is very limited.
The highlights for me, where the well preserved pre-war luxury and sports cars. I especially liked the big Auto Union (AUDI) cabriolas and the little FIAT coupe.
Another interesting part of the collection is the display of vehicles used in the movie about the life of Pope John-Paul II.
I think the visitor's experience could be improved by a greater focus on the Polish built part of the collection, instead of the American classic cars. Also hidden away in the display are a couple of Russian built scooters which would be interest to fans of classic Italian scooters.
Another area of improvement would be to provide data sheets for the vehicles in both English and Polish. But that being said, it is still an interesting and rewarding experience visiting this museum.
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