National Technical Museum in Prague There are 8 permanent exhibitions in the main building of the museum and approximately 5,000 exhibits.
The exhibition on the history of transport is the NTM’s largest exhibition.
Rail transport enthusiasts can admire 13 rail vehicles, including 8 steam locomotives.
Buildings containing the remains of technical facilities can be found in the defunct Paraple limestone quarry.
Railway Museum Zlonice The museum, focusing on industrial locomotives, freight carriages and signalling systems produced since 1939, is located in the municipality to which railway enthusiast Antonín Dvořák dedicated his first symphony.
A collection of steam locomotives used in the sugar refining industry can be found here.
Museum Railway in Zubrnice At the railway station in Zubrnice there is a small railway museum with a permanent exhibition dedicated to the V.
Březno - Verneřice – Úštěk line, a small traffic office with period furnishings, a collection of historic draisines, a rail crane dating from 1877, a Talbot hopper dating from 1931 and other rail
Exhibition of the Pardubice Railway Transportation History Association The association takes care of two railcars of the M131.1 series and a BD1m trailer carriage.