The Franschhoek Motor Museum is a museum located in the town of Franschhoek, in the Western Cape province of South Africa. It is a private collection of classic and vintage cars, motorcycles, and other vehicles, and it is considered one of the finest collections of its kind in the country.
The museum was founded by collector and enthusiast Alan Green, and it is housed in a beautiful, historic building that was once a coach house. The collection includes over 100 vehicles, ranging from early 20th-century cars and motorcycles to more recent models.
In addition to its vehicles, the museum also features a range of exhibits and displays related to the history of transportation and motoring. There is a gift shop on site, and the museum offers guided tours for visitors.
The Franschhoek Motor Museum is open daily from 9am to 5pm, and it is a popular tourist attraction in the Franschhoek area. It is located about an hour’s drive from Cape Town.