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.
Branson Auto and Farm Museum Admission:
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
Image via https://www.facebook.com/pg/bransonclassiccars/photos
Sign up for updates
YOU MAY ALSO LIKE
The Keystone Antique Truck & Tractor Museum has 150+ Antique Tractors and 60+ Antique Trucks (Mack, Peterbilt, Diamond T, Kenworth, White, Brockway, and many more) Also, vintage Fire Trucks. You'll experience the last century of agricultural heritage...
Situated on the beautiful 90-acre campus of the Gilmore Car Museum in Hickory Corners, Michigan, about midway between Detroit and Chicago. As one of the Gilmore partner museums, they join the Gilmore collections, the Classic Car Club of America Museum, the...
America's Packard Museum was founded in 1992 by Dayton attorney and long-time car collector Bob Signom. Located in an original Packard dealership building constructed in 1917, the museum has officially taken the name of the original dealership - The Citizens...