Here’s one for the car enthusiast. Born in 1995 this out-of-town museum (take the train from Warszawa Śródmieście to Otrębusy) currently has 300 motors on show, with a hilarious looking US made Titan tractor from 1897 constituting the oldest piece of kit on display. Then there’s a Chrysler from 1926, a Merc truck from 1913 and even cars once used by Monroe and Presley. It’s not just about western decadence though, with more than a fleeting nod paid to ace communist creations such as the Wolga, Syrena and Skoda. Be sure to spot the parade car of Josef Stalin and cars belonging to Lech Wałęsa and Gen. Wojciech Jaruzelski, which are also on display. But this place is more than just cars, and the weirdness also includes a Polish 7TP tank, a Soviet T-34 tank which starred in a long-running Polish serial called Czterej Pancerni i Pies (Four tank men and a dog) WWII motorbikes, a curious looking fighter plane contraption, red London bus and rusting engine parts that deserve to be buried. Think that’s all? Think again. There’s been some serious hoarding going on here, with salvaged detritus numbering rifles, lamps, bugles, suitcases and street signs. Put simply, if you want to make a film, you could do a lot worse than popping round here and pinching some gear (precisely what Roman Polański did when working on his Holocaust pic The Pianist).