Museums in United States
A Memorial Museum to Honor the men of the 12th Armored Division as a teaching and research museum, utilizing their historical collection to educate the Public about World War II and it's importance on Society, Camp Barkeley and Abilene, Texas.
Ross Myers, an avid car collector and vintage racer put together this museum, which displays over 70 vehicles is located in a restored, three-story, early 20th century brick manufacturing building with an attached one-story wing built approximately 50 years ago.
The museum takes its name from three Myers family dogs, all of whom enjoyed going for rides in old cars, especially old open cars.
"The Allen County Museum is located in Lima, Ohio. The museum contains exhibits on history, natural history, science, and art. Its collections are especially strong in Lima's history. The Allen County Museum also contains the world's largest collection of albino animals. Perhaps the museum's most unusual exhibit is over one hundred objects that the patients of Dr. Walter Yingling and Dr. Estey Yingling swallowed, but there are some old cars as well"
Features 23,000 square feet of exhibit space and includes cars, racing vehicles, trucks, alternate fuel vehicles, motorcycles and bicycles.
America's Packard Museum was founded in 1992 by long-time car collector Robert Signom II. Located in an original Packard dealership building constructed in 1917, the museum has officially taken the name of the original dealership - The Citizens Motorcar Company - but has become known as "America's Packard Museum". Car Collector magazine named the museum one of the "Top Ten" Auto Museums in The United States, and the Society of Automotive Historians conferred the prestigious James J. Bradley Award upon the Museum for its "exemplary efforts" in preserving motor vehicle resource materials.
One of the best known and biggest Harley-Davidson collection in America, which was put together by Ed Rich.
At the American Heritage Museum it is possible to explore America’s conflicts, beginning with the Revolutionary War to today. "You’ll discover, and interact with, our heritage through the History, the national effort developing new technologies of warfare, and the Human Impact of America’s fight to preserve the freedom we all hold dear." Among the staggering variety of rare relics, the American Heritage Museum features over fifteen tanks and artifacts that are the only ones on public display in North America.
The American Honda Collection Hall offers visitors a glimpse of more than 60 historic and significant Honda and Acura automobiles, motorcycles, power equipment, race machines, engines and concept models, plus images, graphics and video presentations. The products on display represent the more than six decades since American Honda Motor Co., Inc. was established in 1959 as the first Honda company outside of Japan.
Located in Melbourne, Florida, this 123,000 square foot complex houses the collection of Mark Pieloch. Mark has been a car enthusiast for over 40 years and has amassed over 325+ cars that range from classic 1950s to 1970’s American muscle cars, to modern “sophisticated” muscle like a 2019 Ford GT.
The AACA Museum, Inc. at Hershey is dedicated to the preservation and presentation of motor vehicle history in a manner that provides for the education and entertainment of our guests. Our goal is to deliver a world-class automotive experience through innovative and interactive exhibits that appeal to all ages and illustrate the historical evolution and potential future impacts of one of the most culturally defining innovations of modern times. Today the AACA Museum at Hershey displays vintage automobiles in unique settings.