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America’s Packard Museum

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...

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America's Packard Museum

National Packard Museum

The National Packard Museum opened on July 4, 1999. The 7,500 square foot facility is located next to the W.D. Packard Music Hall and Packard Park in Warren, Ohio's historic district.

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National Packard Museum

Snook’s Dream Cars

Travel in the Past Lane to Snook's Dream Cars Automobile Museum. Visitors may view cars and "automobilia" from the 30s through the 60s all housed in a 1940s-style Texaco service station.

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Snook's Dream Cars

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Ohio is a midwestern U.S. state stretching from the Ohio River and Appalachian Mountains in the south to Lake Erie in the north. On the shores of the lake is the city of Cleveland, site of the Cleveland Museum of Art and its renowned collection of European paintings and especially Asian art. Cleveland is also home to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, and close to expansive Cuyahoga Valley National Park.


One of the greatest classic American automobiles is the Packard. Best known for its elegant cars of the 1920s and 1930s, the Packard had its start in 1899 in Warren, Ohio when the Packard Brothers felt certain they could build a better car than the Winton, owned by their business partner George Weiss. The Winton, one of the earliest American cars, was built in Cleveland, Ohio starting in 1897. It is thought the first gasoline automobile ever publically sold was a Winton.

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AACA Museum, Inc.

AACA Museum, Inc.

AACA Museum, Inc. at Hershey is a professionally staffed, collecting institution presenting semi-permanent and temporary exhibitions. Exhibitions are supported by educational programs for school and community audiences. It sponsors workshops and other activities...

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