Upcoming Exhibits & Events

Fantastic Fords

Exhibit runs: October 7-December 30, 2017
Special Event One Day Only
Saturday , 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. For the one day special event car show on November 4th, $10 admission gets you into our parking lot packed with fantastic Fords, includes entrance into the museum with over 90 vintage automobiles from 1910 to the present, plus the largest model railroad around. Fun for the whole family!

Click to register your Ford now! PSST! You can show your car for FREE! It's your way of volunteering to help us bring joy to the motoring loving public!

George Barris 1966 Batmobile & Munster Koach Exhibit

Ends end October 2017

For limited time until the end of October only we will exhibit these legendary George Barris cars.

George Barris was an American designer and builder of many famous Hollywood custom cars, most notably the Munster Koach and 1966 Batmobile. Learn about the amazing life and career of George Barris here.

Andy Granatelli-'Mister 500'

Ongoing Exhibit

vintage trailer

View the newly opened Andy Granatelli exhibit. 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. Pay tribute to the racer, entrepreneur, engineer, promoter, business executive and the man that conquered Indy.

Hours & Suggested Donation

Year Round
Saturday & Sunday: 10:00am-4:00pm

April through December
Friday: 10:00am-4:00pm

Adults: $9 | Children 12 yrs & under: FREE
Active Military with ID or in uniform: FREE
Annual Membership: $40

Open by appointment during the week for group tours.  More »

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