It could be considered a little unfair to compare the private collection for Maybach-Fahrzeuge Museum to say the behemoth motor museums such as Mercedes in Stuttgart, the Mulhouse or Turin museum, purely based on their similar admission prices. If 10% of all the worlds remaing Maybachs are in one location, this easily justifies the admission price, after all how offen do you see a 1920 - 40's Maybach gliding down your street? Some vehicles are in various states of condition, but two standouts are located as you enter the museum, showing in all their glory how achingly beautiful these cars are, compared to their contemporaries, also on display is a current Maybach. The other side of the beautifully renovated building is for the display of motor and push bikes, which were constructed in this building. The cafe was not open, when we visited. Free parking is available across the road. The toilet walls are covered with early Maybach photos with the hand dryers fashioned into car exhaust systems, great idea in a motoring museum. A worthwhile stop, if you are interested in older, rare motor vehicles.
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