Founded in 1997, Vransko Motorcycle Museum is a private museum which aims to preserve historic motorcycles and record for posterity the engineering achievements of the last century. Since its inception the collection has been continuously enlarged with new exhibits, and now comprises over 100 permanently-exhibited vehicles, together with thousands of other exhibits in showcases. Of special interest are the old Puch motorcycles from the early 20th century and the first motorcycle constructed in Slovenia. The American motorcycles are also particularly interesting, and include a Harley-Davidson, an Indian and a Ner-A-Car (a motorcycle reminiscent of a car). Older visitors will be reminded of the war by the smallest army motorcycle, a Willers-Welbike, and by the enormous fully-armed German Zundapp with side-car. Visitors can also be taken for a ride on this motorcycle.