National Automotive and Truck Museum of the United States
The National Automotive and Truck Museum of the United States is housed in the original factory buildings of the Auburn Automobile Company. Featuring over 250 cars and trucks of all years, a vintage vehicle toy gallery, and an automotive library.
Nestled in the middle of Small Town, USA, Auburn, Indiana, was home to many horseless carriage and motorcar manufacturing companies. It is here where E. L. Cord chose to expand an automotive empire with Auburn and Cord automobile factories. As you stroll through the remaining production buildings of the Auburn Automobile Company, you can almost feel and hear the excitement of the designers and mechanics working to create some of the world’s finest automobiles.
1000 Gordon M Buehrig Pl
Auburn, IN 46706
National Automotive and Truck Museum Admission:
National Automotive and Truck Museum Hours:
Daily 9am – 5pm
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