Welcome to The Murphy Auto Museum
The Museum is closed December 22-31 for the holidays. We are closed Wednesdays for maintenance.
The Murphy Auto Museum, located in Oxnard, California, is a collection of over 90 beautiful vintage automobiles and Americana housed inside a 30,000 square foot facility. Our unique collection spans from 1903 to present day.
We are also home to one of the largest H/O scale train layouts, with many scale miles of track. Enjoy watching passenger and freight trains as they wind their way through cities, towns and the countryside.
We are open on Saturdays and Sundays, January through March, from 10am-4pm and Fridays 10am-4pm April through December, or by appointment for special groups. We have exciting new exhibits planned each quarter in our main showroom and various community activities throughout the year. We hope you come visit us soon!
1938 Ford Deluxe Convertible
Although most automobiles built in the U.S. by this time had closed bodies, open cars still carried an aura of luxury and exclusivity. Even Ford, which perfected mass production, introduced a new open car that combined the best features of a closed body, a cabriolet, and a four-door sedan into one single design.
Exhibit runs: October 8-December 30, 2017
Special Event One Day OnlySaturday , November 4, 2017 | 10am-2pm
Henry Ford's Model A revolutionized the car industry and shaped the future of American society. We will have the museum packed vintage Fords for this exhibit.
George Barris 1966 Batmobile & Munster Koach
Don't miss these iconic TV cars built by the legendary George Barris. Exhibit end the end of October.
Ongoing ExhibitAndy Granatelli- 'Mister 500'
The Andy Granatelli, aka, 'Mister 500′ was a major figure in automobile racing events. This exhibit, donated by his family, has many personal objects, trophies, personal photos, racing posters and never before seen STP clothing and memorabilia on display.
Current Exhibit »
Who loves the Murphy!Everyone does!
Our cars rotate continuously so you always will see something new and you'll never know who you are going to meet. Our Museum Director with Jay Leno who came on by for a visit to The Murphy!