Pythagoras was a world leader manufacturer with their engines in the early 1900. As with many exceptional products, technology was faster in development than the factory was able to cope with. For almost 50 years, the factory was in hibernation and now it is open to the public as a museum where one could see how such a factory was in the 30´s and 40´s. Very educative! And as an extra treat, they start some of the engines and it´s very exciting!
As for the kids, they have a separate area with play area and the café will have some snacks.
This is truly an exciting event and amust for anyone who loves extraordinary engines!
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