Tallahassee Automobile Museum
The Tallahassee Automobile Museum is a fabulous collection of automobiles from the 1894 Duryea to the 2018 Hot Wheels COPO Camaro!
Cars from the television series of Batman and Batman Returns, Batman Forever, Bat Boat and the Penguin’s Duck Car, motorcycles, Case knives, Steinway Pianos including the Peace, Chihuly Art Case, Alma Tadema, Remington sculptures, Native American artifacts, farm implements, firearms, antique cash registers, brass fans, antique boats, Country’s largest collection of outboard boat motors, pedal cars, calculators and so much more!
IT’S NOT JUST CARS…..IT’S AMERICANA AT ITS FINEST! A history buff and collector’s paradise.
Tallahassee Automobile Museum Admission:
General Admission $20.00/person
Seniors/Veterans/Active Military $17.50/person
Two or more guests (Paying together) $17.50/person
Students (Age 10 – 18) $11.75/person
Children (Ages 5 – 9) $8.00/person
Children (4 & Under) FREE!
Plan: 2 – 3 hr
Tallahassee Automobile Museum Hours:
Monday – Friday 8am – 5pm
Saturday 10am – 5p
Sunday 11am – 5pm
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