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Wheels O’ Time Museum

Central, Illinois

 The Wheels O’ Time Museum was founded in 1977 and opened to the public in 1983. They’ve been growing ever since and have gone from one display building to five large buildings encompassing over 30,000 square feet.

There are antique and collector autos, trains, airplanes, tools, toys, clocks, tractors, musical stuff, vintage clothes, fire trucks, bicycles, and general family fun.

1710 W Woodside Dr
Dunlap, IL 61525
P: 
309-243-9020
Email: info@wheelsotime.org

Wheels O’ Time Museum Admission:

Adults – $12
Seniors (65+) – $10
Adults Groups of 20+ adults – $10 each
Children 4 years old through 8th grade – $5
Children Groups of 20+ children – $4 per child, $10 per chaperone
Wheelchair user – no charge
AAA discount $1 off adult rate
Blue Star discount – free to active service members and up to five immediate family members
Membership holders – free
Family membership – $60
Member plus one membership – $45
Individual membership – $25

*Admission includes access to all six buildings plus trains. Admission is good all day.

The museum visits are self-guided. Most guests spend around 2.5 hours.

Plan: 2-3 hr

Wheels O’ Time Museum Hours:

May – October
Wednesday – Sunday 12 am – 5:00 pm

wheelsotime.org

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