This museum is recommended for those, who like transportation and/or who are with kids. The museum has a small collection of vintage (early 20th century) cars and motocycles. One of the halls include these as well as railway signals, instruments, while the other has a number of vehicles produced during the days of Czechoslovakia (including some prototypes) and a room for temporary exhibitions. Outside of the halls you may find some locomotives produced by the Skoda works as well as some smokeless engines.
The only downside of the museum is that all of the information is in Slovak language, so you might be missing some interesting technical background information.
Entrance, plus the photo ticket cost together 4,30 euros (as of July 2016).
The staff is friendly, they speak Slovak, some English and Hungarian.
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