The Saab Museum in Trollhattan, Sweden, is a must-see for all Saab nuts. There’s so much history there and the people running the place are locals who eat, sleep, live and breathe Saab. The museum’s diretor, Peter Backstrom, has forgotten more about Saab than most of us will ever know.
No-one’s knows if there’s going to be a full-on Saab Festival in 2009, but I hope a lot of you have some holiday time marked down for June and just roll up anyway. I’ve got my eye on it already.
The Saab Museum was the hub of activities during the 2007 Saab Festival and walking around in there for those few days was an absolute treat.
I received an email from a guy named Marek, who I’m assuming works for or owns a company called Vistrad, who produce some of those fantastic virtual tours and scrolling photography that you see online from time to time.
Marek must also be a Saab fan, as he’s made up this panoramic virtual tour of the Saab Museum based on photos he took there in November 2008. He says it’s his gift to Saab fans, something for which we should all be thankful
This is like one of those 360 degree views, but instead of a small space like a room or a car interior, it’s the wide clean spaces inside the Saab Museum.
Here’s a few screenshots. Click here to visit the Saab Museum Virtual Tour.
And thanks, Marek!!!!
Related content: my own tour film from the Saab Museum. June 2007.