Branson Auto & Farm Museum

Branson Auto & Farm Museum

Branson Auto and Farm Museum originally opened in May 2009 under the name Branson Auto Museum as a museum dedicated to the appreciation and preservation of historic automobiles.

In 2010, it was purchased by Mr. Maurice Wilder of Clearwater, Florida, a successful real estate and farm businessman. After he fell in love with a car at the museum and purchased it. Later, he purchased the entire museum! Ever since there has been no looking back.

The museum was completely rebuilt into a 90,000-square-foot building, with one half dedicated to classic & antique automotive history and the other half to farming implements and equipment history. Therefore the name was changed to The Branson Auto & Farm Museum.

Unlike most museums, most of the vehicles are actually for sale at Branson Auto and Farm Museum.

1335 MO-76
Branson, MO 65616
P: 
417-335-2600
Email: info@bronsonmuseum.com

Branson Auto and Farm Museum Admission:

  • ADULT $23
  • SENIOR 55 & older $21
  • STUDENT 6-18 w/ID $13
  • MILITARY / FIRST RESPONDER / EDUCATOR $19
  • CHILDREN 5 and under are free

Plan: 1-2 hr

Branson Auto and Farm Museum Hours:

9am – 6pm daily

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Boyertown Museum of Historic Vehicles

Boyertown Museum of Historic Vehicles

The Boyertown Museum of Historic Vehicles houses dozens of automobiles, trucks, and motorcycles that were manufactured right here in Pennsylvania while the industry was still in its infancy. Prior to that time, the region produced multitudes of horse-drawn vehicles, of which many examples can be found at the Museum.

85 S Walnut St
Boyertown, PA 19512
P: 
610-367-2090
Email: mail@boyertownmuseum.org

Cost: $10, Under 15 Free
Plan: 1-2 hr
Open: Daily 9:30am – 4pm 

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Wisconsin Automotive Museum

Wisconsin Automotive Museum

The Wisconsin Automotive Museum. showcases transportation history, the museum is Wisconsin’s largest auto museum, featuring an ever-changing display of classic and vintage autos and artifacts plus the largest assembled group of Hartford-built Kissel luxury automobiles.

The museum’s art deco interior sets off 115+ vehicles on exhibit, including Pontiacs, Studebakers, Chevrolets, Kaisers, Fords, and other cars from around the world.  The collection is rounded out by displays of automotive artifacts such as gas pumps, signs, license plates, oil cans, and other Petrolina.  An assortment of outboard engines built in Hartford from the 1930s to 1990s is also on display.

The high caliber Kissel automobiles were manufactured in Hartford 1906 – 1931, making Kissel the second-longest car manufacturer in Wisconsin.  Of the 27,000 produced fewer than 150 are known to exist today, with 27 currently exhibited at the museum.  The most famous Kissel model was the two-passenger Speedster, nicknamed the “Gold Bug.”  Gold Bug owners included celebrities of the day such as Amelia Earhart, Mary Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks, Greta Garbo, and Fatty Arbuckle.  A wide selection of models including 4 passengers, coupes, touring cars, fire engines, and trucks are part of the collection.

The Nash Car Club of America has space within the museum dedicated to Wisconsin-based vehicles and related memorabilia.  Nash began in Kenosha, Wisconsin when the Thomas B. Jeffery Company was purchased by Charles Nash in 1916.

The Hudson Essex Terraplane Historical Society and Southeastern Wisconsin Short Track Hall of Fame also maintain special display areas for their vehicles.

The museum is home to and showcases the 1913 #1003 Soo Line steam locomotive along with other railroad artifacts.

147 N Rural St, Hartford
WI 53027
P: 
262-673-7999
Email: info@wisconsinautomuseum.com

Wisconsin Automotive Museum Admission:

Adults……………………………… $10
5 and under…………………… FREE
Children(6-16)…………………… $6
Seniors (62+)…………………….. $9
Plan: 2-3 hr

Wisconsin Automotive Museum Hours: 

Wednesday – Saturday 10 am – 5 pm

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The Carroll Collection

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The primary purpose of The Carroll Collection is to celebrate the automotive genius of Carroll Shelby, the incredible legacy and tradition that were created by the employees of Shelby American, and to celebrate the racing history of the Ford Motor Company.

The Carroll Collection is a semi-public museum, located in Jackson, MI. Showings are by invitation only. If you are an enthusiast and interested in learning more about the collection contact the museum directly.

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The National Museum of Transportation

The National Museum of Transportation

The National Museum of Transportation ‘houses one of the largest and best collections of transportation vehicles in the world’ according to the Smithsonian.

The Museum’s rail and transit collections have grown to encompass more than 190 major exhibits. There are over 200 automotive items on display including a 1901 automobile built by the St. Louis Motor Carriage Co. There are also aircraft and boats on display.

2933 Barrett Station Rd
St. Louis, MO 63122
P:
314-965-6885
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Admission:
Adults $15,
Seniors/Military/First Responders $12
Kids 3-12 $5 

Plan: 2-3 hr

Open: March – October
Monday – Saturday 9am – 4pm
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