Car MuseumsKnowing about cars and loving them is one thing, but seeing them in person is another. If you want to get as close to rare and hugely significant cars you have to trek to some of these amazing places. We compiled a list of four of our favorite and best car museums in the country. Pick one off the list and start planning your next trip!

4 of Our Favorite Car Museums in America

  1. National Corvette Museum: Bowling Green, Ky.
The National Corvette Museum opened in 1994 and includes automotive memorabilia, the Corvette Café and, to probably your assumption vintage and new models of Corvettes. The museum is open daily and includes many interactive exhibits throughout the year.

2. The Antique Automobile Club of America Museum: Hershey, Pa.

At AACA museum, you can find a showcase for car memorabilia, collectibles, and unique exhibit. It displays eight decades of cars in themed settings.  In addition to 100 vintage cars, the museum displays motorcycles and a special bonus it’s also home to the Museum of Bus Transportation.

3. Muscle Car City Museum: Punta Gorda, Fla.

The Muscle Car City Museum has a collection of more than 200 classic cars and hot rods dating from the 1950s to the 70s. It also displays other memorabilia including vintage gas pumps, road signs, and traffic signals. If you are into the old classics like Camaros, Chevelles, El Caminos and other high-horsepower muscle cars, this is the place to find them in pristine condition. This museum is open Tuesday through Sunday, year-round. Try to visit on the on the third Saturday of each month to catch a free car show.

4. Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame and Museum, Indianapolis, IA.

 The Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame and Museum displays memorabilia, sporting equipment, vintage motorcycles, and cars made in Indiana. On-site, there’s also an old-style garage, a NASCAR exhibit and more than 30 cars that have won the Indy 500. Visitors can also get their photos taken behind the wheel of a real racecar.
Seen all these museums already? Stay tuned for another blog featuring more of our favorite automobile tourist spots!

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