Rochester Auto Museum
The Rochester Auto Museum started as the private collection of Rochester Businessman and Muscle Car Enthusiast Bob Bartosiewicz, and has grown into a walkable time machine of auto history. Each vehicle has been restored and preserved in immaculate condition and working order.
Any auto enthusiast, or even local history buffs, can find something to appreciate among the collection, which includes a Rochester-made hearse from 1929.
140 East Main Street
Rochester, NY 14604
Cost: Call to verify
Open: Saturday 10am – 1pm
Image via https://rochesterautomuseum.com/gallery/
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