22,000 SQ FT OF GREAT AMERICAN CLASSIC CARS AND TIMELESS BASEBALL MOMENTS
Woody’s Museum features Classic Cars from the early 1900’s, the 50’s, 60’s, & 70’s with some up to 2014 1/2.
The Lewis Antique Auto & Toy Museum is an 8-acre, indoor/outdoor Museum, with over 700 autos and 1000 toy trucks, trains, and tractors.
Daily 10am – 4pm
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Wheels of Yesteryear opened in the Myrtle Beach area September 30, 2009. The local community was quick to embrace the museum and it’s inclusion as one of the area’s tourist attractions.
The cars showcased at Wheels of Yesteryear belong to long-time car enthusiast Paul Cummings and his wife Carol. The complete collection consists of over 100 cars. Cummings’ life-long admiration of American-made cars and trucks was his motivation for displaying his private collection in public. This amazing collection has been over 45 years in the making.
The vehicles displayed at Wheels of Yesteryear allow museum visitors to see and appreciate the true beauty and craftsmanship of cars from previous eras. Dedicated automobile enthusiasts and casual fans alike will find something interesting and exciting within the Wheels of Yesteryear auto showcase. Go down memory lane at Wheels of Yesteryear; it’s a nice place to visit.
Cost: $10.92, Kids 6-15 $7.80
Open: Sunday – Saturday 9:30am – 5:30pm
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Woody’s Museum features Classic Cars from the early 1900s, the 50’s, 60’s, & 70’s with some up to 2014 1/2.
The museum has Baseball memorabilia from as early as Ty Cobb and Babe Ruth to the present day.
And you never know what will come into Woody’s Museum in the future.
Thursday – Saturday 10am – 4pm
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