The Franklin Auto Museum
The Franklin Auto Museum™, maintained by the Thomas H. Hubbard/H.H. Franklin Foundation, is located in Tucson Arizona. Founded by Thomas Hubbard, the museum is a means to continue his collection of classic Franklin automobiles and to provide an opportunity to develop a comprehensive Franklin Museum covering all years of the company’s production.
Franklin Auto Museum Admission:
General Admission: $12
Seniors (over 62): $10
Under 12: No Charge
Plan: 2-3 hr
Franklin Auto Museum Hours:
Mid-October – Memorial Day Wednesday – Saturday 10 am – 4 pm
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