P’s Crazy Car Museum

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P’s Crazy Car Museum

P’s Crazy Cars Museum features over 40 classic cars, trucks, tractors, motorcycles, and more! Free to the public, with the opportunity to donate to two of Patterson Auto Group’s favorite charities.

1602 Midwestern Pkwy
Wichita Falls, TX 76302
P:
940-205-4937
E: crazycars@pattersonauto.com

P’s Crazy Car Museum Admission:

Free

Plan: 1 hr

P’s Crazy Car Museum Hours:

Saturday 10 am – 2 pm

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Hill Country Motorheads Motorcycle Museum

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Hill Country Motorheads Motorcycle Museum

Hill Country Motorheads Motorcycle Museum is located in Burnet, Texas – the “Bluebonnet Capital of Texas” in the beautiful Texas Hill Country and Highland Lakes area, just north of Austin.

Hill Country Motorheads joins just a handful of motorcycle museums operating in Texas and displays over 7000 square feet of vintage Street Bikes, Motocrossers, Trials, Flat Trackers, Drag Racers, Choppers, other genres of motorcycles, and memorabilia mostly from the 1960s – 1980s. For the Harley diehards, we do have some cool old HD’s to enjoy!

Hill Country Motorheads is not your typical antique motorcycle museum. With over 200 motorcycles in the collection, the museum regularly showcases more than 70 bikes of many brands from around the world. Some pre-60’s bikes are on display and we welcome consignments if they are suitable to the museum theme. While you’re here, relax in the Man Cave, play some pool, watch the big screen TV and enjoy all the memorabilia on the walls and vintage bikes scattered throughout the facility. There is plenty of paved parking for all sizes of vehicles, trailers and bikes. The museum is pet friendly but all pets must be on leash while on the museum property.

Hill Country Motorheads is also a great “destination ride and drive” and is located in close proximity to Luckenbach, Llano, Austin, Fredericksburg, San Antonio and the famous and challenging “Twisted Sisters” highways.

Owners Pat & Janell Hanlon invite you to come spend some time at the museum to take a walk through time and experience the “history of the best days of motorcycling” .

2001 W State Hwy 29,
Burnet, TX 78611
P:
512-553-4078
E: info@hcmotorheads.com

Hill Country Motorheads Motorcycle Museum Admission:

Adults: $7.00
Seniors (over 65): $5.00
Active Military/Veterans/1st Responders/Teachers/Medical $5.00
Children (under 12): Free with adult

Plan: 1 hr

Hill Country Motorheads Motorcycle Museum Hours:

Wednesday through Saturday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

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DFW Elite Toy Museum

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DFW Elite Toy Museum

The DFW Elite Toy Museum is the brainchild of businessman Ron Sturgeon who first started collecting automobile memorabilia over 40 years ago. Ron initially focused on Mercedes toys and then moved on to rare and vintage automobile-themed items such as race cars and scale models. As the years progressed, Ron’s interests expanded to include vintage toys, unique signs, and other rare and historic collectibles. Eventually, the personal collection was so expansive that the idea for the DFW Elite Toy Museum was born.

Today, the DFW Elite Toy Museum has more than 3,000 unique pieces in its collection. Automobile enthusiasts will appreciate the impressive collection of Tippco die cast toys along with a wide array of early tin, wind-up, pressed steel, and other collectibles — including the very rare Eva Braun Mercedes toy. Dog lovers might be interested to hear that the museum is a “dog-friendly” space and currently features an exhibition entitled “Dogs in Art, Toys and Antique” which includes iconic dog-themed paintings and other dog-related memorabilia from around the globe.

5940 Eden Dr
Haltom City, TX 76117
P: 817-834-3625

Email: rodney2@rdsinvestments.com

DFW Elite Toy Museum Admission:

Free
Plan: 1hr

DFW Elite Toy Museum Hours:

Monday – Friday 9 am – 5 pm and most Saturdays or by appointment

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Toyota Experience Center

Toyota Experience Center

The Toyota Experience Center isn’t really an automotive museum and in fact, Chief Executive Jim Lentz doesn’t even like to use the word museum.

However, it was worth listing the Toyota Experience Center on the Automotive Museum Guide, because there is so much automotive history on display in the 44,000-square-foot space and automotive enthusiasts would enjoy visiting the state-of-the-art facility.

6565 Headquarters Dr
Plano, TX 75024
P: 800-331-4331
Email: tmmtx_visitor_center@toyota.com

Toyota Experience Center Admission:

Free
Plan: 1+hr

Toyota Experience Center Hours:

Monday – Friday 8am – 5pm (May be temporarily closed to the public, please confirm)

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Fire Museum of Texas

Fire Museum of Texas

The Fire Museum of Texas first opened in 1984 and has been endorsed by the State Firemen’s & Fire Marshals’ Association of Texas since 1986 as the official fire museum for the State of Texas.

Housed in the historic 1927 Central Fire Station for the Beaumont Fire Department, the Fire Museum of Texas exhibits an extensive collection related to the history of fire departments in the state of Texas. Apparatus, equipment, uniforms, and photographs trace the evolution of how we fight fires from horse-drawn vehicles to today’s modern engine. Objects on exhibit date back to the mid-1800s. Hands-on areas include a dress-up area with bunker gear, the cab to a modern engine, and a Fire Safety House.

400 Walnut St
Beaumont, TX 77701
P:
409-880-3927
Email: firemuseum@beaumonttexas.gov

Cost: Free
Plan: 1hr
Open: Monday – Friday 8am – 4:30pm

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The San Antonio Fire Museum

The San Antonio Fire Museum

The San Antonio Fire Museum is, as many visitors say, one of San Antonio’s hidden gems. What began as a dream of five firefighters assigned together at old #19’s station in 1997, has become one of the most notable Fire Museums in the country. Today, the Museum is located at San Antonio’s original Central Fire Headquarters at 801 E. Houston Street next door to the world-famous Alamo.

The San Antonio Fire Museum is owned and operated by the San Antonio Fire Museum Society, a 501(c)(3) public charity.  All of its management and operations staff are volunteers dedicating more than 1,200 hours each month to preserving San Antonio’s rich firefighting history.

At the San Antonio Fie Museum, visitors will see antique fire trucks and fire-fighting equipment, artifacts dating back to the mid-1800s, and beautifully archived documents and photos. A 1953 International fire truck, built by the Simms Fire Equipment Company, is available for kids to climb on and dress up in authentic replicas of firefighters’ turnout gear!

801 E Houston St
San Antonio, TX 78205
P:
210-390-7236
Email: info@sanantoniofiremuseum.org

Cost: $5
Plan: 1hr
Open: Tuesday – Saturday 10am – 3:30pm

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