1st German Antique Police Car Museum

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Hall I of the museum
Hall II of the museum

The 1st German Antique Police Car Museum (German - 1. Deutsche Polizeioldtimer-Museum) is a museum of historic German police vehicles in the Wehrshausen district of the German city of Marburg.

It was established on 24 June 2000 as part of the tenth anniversary celebrations by the Polizei-Motorsport-Club Marburg 1990 e. V..,[1] with the Hessian Interior Minister Volker Bouffier as its patron. Collecting historic vehicles was originally a side-aspect of the Club - it made its first acquisition in 1991, a 1950s Opel Rekord P1. The museum building was officially opened on 12 July 2003 and since then it has been open from April to October, usually on Sundays.



  1. ^ "Article". Archived from the original on 2019-10-22. Retrieved 2019-10-22.

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Coordinates: 50°47′47″N 8°43′35″E / 50.7963°N 08.7265°E / 50.7963; 08.7265