IN THE PEDAL PLANET, YOU WILL FIND WHAT YOU HAVE NOT SEEN YET
WE WILL PRESENT YOU MORE THAN 100 PEDAL CARS FROM ALL AROUND THE WORLD
Right at the reception, an icon of the Czech automotive industry, Praga Baby, awaits you in a pedal version, the work of an unknown but certainly "golden" pair of Czech hands.
You will be introduced to the materials from which the pedal cars were constructed and to the different types of manufacturers of these cars. Obviously, some special machines go beyond all standards and copying great ideas is as old as humanity.
Perhaps every man wanted to be a car racer in their childhood. The pedal versions of Formula 1 racing cars are clear proof of this. Beautiful single-seaters from the fifties and sixties will delight all fans of motorsport. Today, they are rare and are extremely valued by collectors.
When you see the Auto Union Type C, you will realise that sometimes even a technologically extremely complex car can turn out to be a child's toy.
The period of 1930s is considered as the golden age of Art Deco luxury cars and as the period of the beginning of racing cars. The brave men who smelled of gasoline and risked their own lives driving Bugatti or Mercedes cars in dusty roads command respect even today. The pedal cars from this period are precious items stored in our gentleman's cave in which you can also find unique two-seater cars made by the famous Eureka brand.
The 1st floor of the Prague’s Pedal Planet Museum is dedicated to the world of pedal cars made by the producers from all over Europe. French charm, Italian elegance and British conservatism are complemented there by German precision and Russian desire for grand scale. There are also pieces from the period of building socialism.
The collection of more than 100 pieces displayed in Prague’s Kampa in the area of Herget' Brickworks is looking forward to your visit. We dare say you have not seen anything like this yet…