Pontiac Transportation Museum
To celebrate the heritage and remarkable achievements of these many enterprises, the Pontiac Transportation Museum is being created to showcase examples of the cars, trucks, and other vehicles designed or built here – and the culture that truly changed the nation and the world.
The Museum will also honor the industrialization of this community and the many people whose work inspired these efforts. Through the museum’s existing and growing collections we will endeavor—through displays, teaching, and community programs—to help educate and inspire young people to chart their own destiny in an increasingly technical world.
250 W Pike St
Pontiac, MI 48341
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