A group of ancient locomotives and other old machines at the side of the road lures you into the remarkable Fahrzeugmuseum. It looks more like a junkyard, with geese and ducks waddling freely about, but every kind of early engine is represented. The focus is on German automobile pioneer Karl Benz (1844–1929), who built the first practical automobile, in 1888. A farm-machine exhibition shows old steam-driven tractors. There is a room filled with old motorbikes, another
displaying Rolls-Royces, Alfa Romeos, Jaguars, and a vintage fire engine. It's in Marxzell, just south of Etlingen.