The Pioneer Auto Museum has over 275 classic cars, 60 tractors, 60 motorcycles, and tons of antiques and memorabilia on display.
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At the Mid America Museum of Aviation & Transportation, you’ll see military exhibits, commercial and private aviation, retired emergency response vehicles, classic cars A Hawkeye truck made in Sioux City in 1917, a UH-1 Huey helicopter, and a P-40 Warhawk flown in World War II.
Take a step back into history and encounter unique artifacts and exhibits that help tell the exciting story of aviation and transportation in our lives. Explore a wide variety of displays and exhibits of full size aircraft and surface transportation from bicycles to vintage automobiles, Vietnam Huey helicopter, and even a Boeing 727-200!
Veterans & Seniors (65+): $8
Active Military: Free
Children (4-14 yrs): $5
under 4: Free
School-age group: $5/Person
Bus Group Tours (8 or More): $8/Person
Family (up to 6 in the same family): $30
Friday 12 – 4 pm
Saturday 12 – 4 pm
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The LeMay Collections include over 1,500 vintage vehicles, a wide variety of Americana and memorabilia (dolls, toys, antiques, farm equipment, vintage radios, etc.), a Rodin Sculpture Garden, and much more. Much of the Collections are hosted on historic grounds.
Open: Tuesday – Saturday 9am – 5pm, Sunday 12pm – 5pm
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A tour through the Hollywood Star Cars Museum is a trip through some of the most famous movies and TV shows of the last 50 years. The museum features the best Hollywood movie & TV cars in recreated settings displayed with sound, lights, and action!
Many of the cars are the creations of George Barris, who has created more famous Hollywood movie & TV cars than anyone. The most famous is the 1966 TV Show Batmobile.
Gatlinburg, TN 37738
$2 discount if purchased ONLINE
Daily 9 am – 9 pm
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Rusty’s TV & Movie Car Museum has around 50 cars that have been used in movies and TV as well as TV and movie memorabilia. There’s something for all ages!
Many of the cars are the actual cars used in the shows and can only be seen here. The museum was started so Rusty could share his collection with the rest of the world.
Under 5 free
Open: Friday, Saturday, Sunday 9am – 5pm
Monday – Thursday by appointment
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