Discover Michigan Automotive Museums, Events, and History.
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...
Ypsilanti Automotive Heritage Museum is an automotive museum featuring Corvair, Hydramatic, Tucker, Kaiser-Frazer, and Hudson displays.
The Automotive Hall of Fame honors and celebrates the men and women of the automobile industry through their contributions, innovations, and stories.
The Gilmore Car Museum is the North America's Largest Auto Museum -- over 300 cars on display, nearly 190,000 sq. ft. Exhibit space, 90 acres
Ye Ole Carriage Shop is a museum showcasing Lloyd Ganton’s collections. He has been collecting cars and memorabilia for 45 years.
Wills Sainte Clair Auto Museum features cars manufactured by C. H. Wills and Company, in Marysville, Michigan, from 1921-1926.
The Henry Ford provides unique educational experiences based on authentic objects, stories, and lives from America’s traditions of ingenuity.
The Stahls Automotive Foundation was chartered in 2005 by Ted Stahl to educate, motivate inspire young people about early automobiles.
The Franklin Automobile Collection is the permanent home of The H. H. Franklin Club's collection of automobiles, display engines, and artifacts.
The primary purpose of The Carroll Collection is to celebrate the automotive genius of Carroll Shelby. The Carroll Collection is a semi-public museum.
At Sloan Museum’s Courtland Center Mall location, visitors can enjoy Dinosaurs Unearthed, as well as over 30 historic vehicles, and Wisner’s Whizbang Emporium, where families can play together.
The Roush Automotive Collection, located in Livonia Michigan, is a 30,000 sq. ft. private facility. Housed within the collection are 110+ vehicles.
The R E Olds Transportation Museum has thousands of irreplaceable items in the archives along with 63 vehicles that range from 1886 through 2003.
The Ford Piquette Avenue Plant (FPAP) is managed by a Board of Trustees and volunteer committees. The historic site is financially self-supported.
The Museum of Off-Road Adventure is a 501c3 Non-Profit Organization founded for the purpose of educating about the history and continued development of four-wheel drive and off-highway travel. Featuring displays of vehicles, components, and memorabilia ranging from the early days of automotive history to the complex machines of today, a trip to the MORA should be on everyone’s bucket list!
The JAXON Auto Museum will be a car museum, event venue, and collector car storage facility in the former Jackson Automobile Company building.
The Pontiac Transportation Museum is being created to showcase examples of the cars, trucks, and other vehicles designed or built there.
The Packard Proving Grounds Historic Site is also on the National Register of Historic Places. Located in Shelby Township, Michigan
The Classic Car Club of America Museum in Hickory Corners, Michigan is a part of the Gilmore Car Museum.
The Lincoln Motor Car Heritage Museum is a place of education, fascination, and inspiration.
The Michigan Firehouse Museum Encompasses over 26,000 square feet, the Museum is an educational treasure trove.
Detroit Historical Museum's America’s Motor City exhibition tells the fascinating stories of how cars built metro Detroit.
Jack Frost Auto Museum is a restoration shop, that offers service and storage, and they have vehicles for sale.
The Model A Ford Museum is truly a treat for our hobbyists. Whether you've been before or may be planning to go, each visit will present new vehicles and exhibits that will interest young and old alike.
The Museum of the Horseless Carriage's mission is to engage, advance, support, promote, and administer charitable and educational activities, causes
Discover Michigan Automotive Museums, Events, and History.
Michigan is a midwestern U.S. state bordering 4 of the Great Lakes. It contains more than 11,000 inland lakes, spread across its lower and upper peninsulas. Its largest city, Detroit, is famed as the seat of the U.S. auto industry, which inspired Diego Rivera’s murals at the Detroit Institute of Arts. Also in Detroit is Hitsville U.S.A., original headquarters of the Motown record company.
Beginning in the early 1900s, Michigan has been a hub of activity for the Automotive Industry. Both Ford and Buick were founded in Michigan in 1903. Perhaps the most notable advancement for the Automotive industry occurred in 1913 at Ford’s Highland Park factory, the moving assembly line. This process greatly increased the rate at which vehicles could be produced, evidenced by the fact that by 1918 half of all American cars were a Ford Model T.
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