The Automotive Museum Guide
Discover Automotive Museums
The Motor Transport Museum was opened to the public on September 22, 1986. The primary objective of the Motor Transport Museum is to educate the public by creating positive awareness and appreciation for old trucks and the development of the motor transport industry.
The Flagstaff Auto Museum is the brainchild of local classic car photographer and musician John Lutz, who has been inspired to share and preserve classic automotive Route 66 culture as a living history of mechanics and art in motion.
The Packard Proving Grounds Historic Site is also on the National Register of Historic Places. Located in Shelby Township, Michigan
Old Spokes Car Museum is located in Kutztown, Pennsylvania, occupying two original business buildings located on a residential private property.
Barry’s Car Barn is an antique car museum
focusing on American muscle cars from the 50s-70s
The Pontiac Transportation Museum is being created to showcase examples of the cars, trucks, and other vehicles designed or built there.