Welcome to The Murphy Auto Museum
The Murphy Auto Museum, located in Oxnard, California, is a collection of over 45 beautiful vintage automobiles and Americana housed inside an 18,000 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.
During your visit, explore the Attaboy Vintage store, a unique and fun collection of vintage memorabilia and vintage chic. We are open on weekends and during the week by appointment and 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!
This custom camper was built by a boat builder in 1936. Nautical themed details such as brass anchor icons on the exterior, a wheel from the wheelhouse, and finely crafted woodwork makes this one-of-a-kind trailer a don't miss. This camper was once owned by the legendary Big Daddy Roth, a famous SoCal hotrodder and cartoonist.Trailer Spotlight »
Current Exhibit & Special Event
Exhibit: Vintage Trailer Show April 5 - June 29
Special Event: Vintage Trailer Open House Saturday, June 28
April through June’s exhibit will take you to a unique destination; yesterday. At our museum, RV means Retro Vintage and we will have some of the coolest camping trailers you will see assembled in one place. Come out and see for yourself our first class selection of unique and rare trailers and camping memorabilia. Current Exhibit »
Sunday, May 11
We love Mom. Bring Mom to The Murphy on this day and we will give her a red rose and let her in for free. After all, everyone knows Mom means Mom Overjoyed @ The Murphy.
Movies at the Murphy
Friday, May 30
It’s summertime and you're stuck in town! I know! Let’s go to Movies at The Murphy! Bring the family and enjoy an outdoor movie and free popcorn, plus see all our cars and vintage trailers inside the museum and the massive train display. Something for everyone!