Current Exhibit & Events
In US automotive history, the name “Packard” once stood for fine engineering, long life, great 12-cylinder luxury cars, early racing success and, in its last years, technical innovation. From World War 1 until its merger with Studebaker in 1954, a span of more than thirty years, Packard was America's only entirely independent auto company dedicated exclusively to the manufacture of the finest possible cars. We have some of the finest examples of Packards & Studebakers on display.
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.