Events


The collection of L&K and ŠKODA vehicles & motorcycles consists of items that are part of standing presentations and the ŠKODA Museum's depository plus a fleet of over twenty vehicles regularly used by the Museum staff at numerous motoring events, automotive history get-togethers and vintage car exhibitions such as the Techno-Classica in Essen, Germany.

ŠKODA also appears in vintage car rallies in the Czech Republic and abroad, including the most popular and prestigious ones, e.g. the Sachsen Classic, Kitzbüheler Alpen Rally, Silvretta Classic and Oldtimer Bohemia Rally.

Our vehicles


Comprising two L&K motorcycles, six L&K passenger vehicles, one fire vehicle and one race car, the ŠKODA Museum's first collection was put together in the second half of the 1960s. The current collection contains over 340 items, primarily series-production passenger cars, rally cars, prototypes, tens of engines and four motorcycles. The biggest gems are the oldest items, a Slavia bicycle of 1899 and the first car, the Voiturette.

Besides cars, the collection contains numerous other items, such as cups, plaques, accessories, small-scale models, etc. Vintage cars are continuously renovated by both the ŠKODA Museum and third parties. Vehicles that are not part of the standing presentations in the Museum's main premises are stored in a special depository in the building of the former foundry (including a prototype depository open to the public).
​L&K type L motorcycle (1904)

​A sporty model with a lowered frame in the seat area.
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Škoda Superb 4000 type 919 (1940)

Car produced during World War II in 1939-1941, 10 units produced (8 convertibles and 2 limousines).
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L&K motocykle type B (1902)

​Produced in 1900-1903 with a single-cylinder four-stroke engine, 540 units produced.
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Škoda Popular Sport Coupé „Malá dohoda“ (1937)

A successful car from the international “Malá dohoda” plant in 1937. (The name “malá dohoda” is a reference to the Little Entente security agreement, of which Czechoslovakia was part at this time.)
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Škoda 860 (1932)

Luxury car with an eight-cylinder engine and a power output of 60hp, 49-50 units produced in 1929-1933.​
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​L&K type MF fire engine (1919)

Dispatched from the plant as a limousine, it was altered to be a fire engine outside L&K, MF type produced in 1917-1923.
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Škoda 130 RS type 735 (1977)

​Successful sports car, produced in 1975-1980, approx. 200 units produced by the manufacturer.
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Conference rooms


​The ŠKODA Museum is more than just an automotive museum. With its sophisticated strategy developed with even the slightest of details in mind, the Museum is a multi-function centre suited to host various corporate, business, social, cultural and educational events.

Offering nearly 600 seats and high-quality equipment, the Laurin & Klement Forum is a 930 sqm multi-function room. Situated in the middle of the Museum's standing presentation, these premises are used by both ŠKODA AUTO and third parties. With state-of-the-art solutions, such a hydraulic multi-function stage and auditorium, the Laurin & Klement Forum is one of the Czech Republic's most modern multi-function centres.

Besides the Laurin & Klement Forum, the Museum offers a further three top-quality conference rooms - Hieronimus I (100 sqm, 40 persons), Hieronimus II (215 sqm, 38 persons) and Kolowrat (70 sqm, 26 persons), all of which are suited for presentations, film & video projections, banquets, celebrations, meetings, training sessions, workshops, courses, etc. More information about our conference rooms for rent is available here.
Kolowrat
Laurin & Klement
Hieronimus II.
Laurin & Klement
Laurin & Klement
Kolowrat
Hieronimus II.