Showcase of how Skoda started and as a brand evolved over the generations. Took a tour to the factory where they assemble the cars. Learned that out of the 45,000 residents living in the area, 30,000 work for Skoda. This is amazing.
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Easy to get to and great parking. A very modern and spacious exhibition of Skoda through the ages. A little disappointing that my friend could not find the model of car his Dad used to drive but still a great place for car enthusiasts.
Skoda museum is a small car museum when compared to big German manufacturers but it doesn't make it any less interesting. Skoda / Laurin & Klement has been among the first automobile manufacturers and it was interesting to learn more of their history. My only...More
Our group of 4 kids (8-14 year olds) and 5 adults arrived late ( running around trying to find the right place in a large factory property ) and so we missed the regular bus tour. The folks at the desk arranged for a guide...More
Nice place with modern exhibition from history to future, all types of cars, great to see the old ones! Kids corner, short film about how the cars are being produced now in Skoda, some photo exhibitions, nice Cafe Vaclav to have a snack (but little...More
This Skoda museum is worth of visiting. Quite a good collection of old Skodas. Air conditioned and just a small fare to visit. Recommended.
At just 5 Pound Sterling for a family of three, what excellent value. The main focus is of course the cars, but the gem was the exhibition hall, where the history of Czech Republic is graphically shown by bronze sculptures, simply wonderful. If you are...More
Not only had we a visit to the Skoda Museum, but we also booked a tour of the factory which was indeed very interesting and if you have time, I would recommend this to all visitors, as it is nowadays difficult to participate in a...More
Very nice museum, lots of cars to see. Starting from the early history of brand Škoda. Very nice is to see also "Deposit" separated hall with another cars, mostly prototypes never seen on the road (in serial production). My favourite car: Ferat from the "vampire"...More