Miller’s Lake Chelan Auto Museum

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Miller’s Lake Chelan Auto Museum

The Miller’s Lake Chelan Auto Museum is the hard work of Leo and Polly Miller, longtime residents of the Lake Chelan Valley. They have always had a love and passion for the automobile and have established a very serious collection of cars that will connect with both young and old.

Just one of these cars will take you back to a time in your life of that special memory!! In addition to automobiles, they have collected a wide variety of automobilia that is proudly displayed for easy viewing!!

Blue Water Ln,
Chelan, WA 98816
P:
509-679-9389
E: varoom@millersautomuseum.com

Miller’s Lake Chelan Auto Museum Admission:

By donation

Plan: 1 hr

Miller’s Lake Chelan Auto Museum Hours:

Open June 16 thru September 30
Every Thursday – Saturday from 1 pm to 4 pm

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Technik Museum Sinsheim

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Technik Museum Sinsheim

The total admission price of the Technik Museum Sinsheim includes a visit to the two fully accessible supersonic jets Concorde and Tupolev TU-144 which have been placed on the museum roof. In the exhibition halls, there is something for everyone to be discovered: antique cars and motorcycles of all eras, huge steam locomotives, Formula-1 legends, racy sports cars, record vehicles like the Blue Flame or Brutus, agricultural machinery, gigantic engines, a military history exhibition and much more.

Eberhard-Layher-Straße 1,
74889 Sinsheim, Germany
P:
+49726192990
E: info@technik-museum.de

Technik Museum Sinsheim Admission:

Adults: € 19
Children to 4 years: Gratis
Children 5 to 14 years: € 15

Plan: 1-2 hr

Technik Museum Sinsheim Hours:

Daily 10 am – 6 pm

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Škoda Auto Museum

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Škoda Auto Museum

Škoda Auto is one of just four automakers in the world which has an unbroken history stretching back over 100 years (1895). The Škoda Auto Museum is located in Mladá Boleslav, Czech Republic, adjacent to a large production facility (tours of the factory can be arranged).

The remodeled museum was opened in the Autumn of 2012. The museum is now divided into three divisions in separate spaces. In the Evolution section is the most important products, from the first bicycle, motorcycle, tricycle, and first car (1906) with the performance of seven hp and other important products up to the newest designs.

There is also a racing car 720 Spider, 1100 OHC, and Super-Sport Ferat. Division Tradition shows cars from different eras, brand participation in motorsport, logo development, and personalities and events associated with the brand. In the last section Precision, people can see the reconstruction of the historical car in various stages of development.

tř. Václava Klementa 294,
293 01 Mladá Boleslav, Czechia
P:
+420326832038
E: muzeum@skoda-auto.cz

Škoda Auto Museum Admission:

Unguided Museum tour CZK 100 
Museum tour with a Czech-speaking guide** CZK 140 
Museum tour with a foreign language-speaking guide** CZK 180 C
Museum and production plant tour with a Czech-speaking guide** CZK 200 
Museum and production plant tour with a foreign language-speaking guide** CZK 300 
Museum tour for kindergarten children CZK 30 
Annual ticket CZK 300 
Combined ticket F. Porsche Birth House & ŠKODA Museum*** CZK 120 

Plan: 1-2 hr

Škoda Auto Museum Hours:

Daily 9 am – 4:30 pm

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Goolwa Motor Museum

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Goolwa Motor Museum

Goolwa Motor Museum has classics from all over the world. Some unique one-offs. 45 interesting cars on display. 1920’s to 1970’s.

Collectible Classics has been set up to take the hassle out of selling your classic car and vehicles will be stored in a near new warehouse with 24 hrs / 7 days a week monitored alarms.

45 Gardiner St,
Goolwa SA 5214, Australia
P:
+61885553338
E: ben@collectableclassiccars.com.au

Goolwa Motor Museum Admission:

$ 8.00 adult
$ 5.00 children under 12
$ 5.00 pensioner
$ 20.00 family (2 adults 3 children)

Plan: 1hr

Goolwa Motor Museum Hours:

Wednesday – Saturday 10 am – 4:30 pm By Appointment

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How to Make the Most of Every Automotive Museum Trip

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How to Make the Most of Every Automotive Museum Trip

The US is home to many car lovers. Insights from Statista on the US automotive industry note that the country has the most extended road network worldwide at just under 6.6 million kilometers, so it’s no surprise that over 76% of Americans reported having access to their own car. As such, this has also led to many people supporting a thriving automotive industry — which includes automotive museums where car enthusiasts can pursue their interests. Any car lover would enjoy walking around car displays and taking pictures, but there are many other ways to maximize your car museum trip. Today, we’ll explore how to make the most of every automotive museum tour:

 

Know the free and discounted days

 

Other than researching the basics of the car museums you are interested in visiting, it can also help to know the free or discount days for specific car museums. Museums like The Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum offered free entry on this year’s Free Museum Day, for example, opening their doors to one of the world’s greatest collections of racing sports cars. Free and discounted days are an excellent opportunity to learn and appreciate the hobby without spending much money. You can even use the spare cash on merchandise or memorabilia. Keep an eye on your favorite car museum calendars and announcements, and remember that even if they’re not offering free entry, they may have discounts you could be eligible for.

 

Plan a research visit

 

For those genuinely passionate and nerdy about cars, museum libraries and archives offer a wealth of knowledge and insights into the past, present, and future of automobiles. Maryville University discusses how archives contain firsthand facts, data, and evidence from letters, reports, notes, memos, photographs, audio, web, and video recordings about the past. Car enthusiasts will enjoy film archives detailing the history of automobiles, right from the days of the classic cars. Museums, in particular, do a lot of archive work, and automotive museums are no different. The Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) has a extensive Library & Research Center that goes up to three levels, featuring rotating exhibits, antique cars, as well as an archive of service manuals, shop manuals, and marque-specific books.

 

Enroll in free courses

 

Museum visits can feel like a passive experience if you’re only going from display to display and snapping photos. One ideal way to make museum visits more immersive and interactive is by joining workshops and courses. These allow you to have a hands-on experience that transforms your museum visit into a fun and educational one. The Petersen Automotive Museum recently announced its free car design course, making use of their in-house knowledge to teach not only auto design but the history of automobiles as well. Any car lover above the age of 13 years old can sign up for the free instruction, which will stay live until December 17, 2023.

 

Continue the discussion at home

 

Lastly, it may take some time before your next trip to an automotive museum. One of the best ways to enrich your day is by extending the discussion and experience beyond the actual museum. Spend time after each museum visit to discuss exciting or impressive displays with your friends or family. The best thing about learning is passing that knowledge on, after all. It would also be the perfect way to show off your pictures from the museum visit as you enhance these with the valuable things you’ve learned.

 

To summarize our post today, remember that proper research and planning can help you make the most of your next car museum trip. And to end your enlightening day at the museum, remember to use what you’ve learned by discussing anything interesting you came across with friends and loved ones. Like any other hobby, sharing it with those around you can bring so much joy.

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