The BMW Car Club of America Foundation is the philanthropic expression of the 70,000+ members of the BMW Car Club of America, our corporate sponsors and generous donors. Together we operate the largest BMW Museum & Archive in the Americas, directly next door to the BMW Performance Center in Greer, South Carolina.
The Texas Transportation Museum is an all volunteer organization that collects, preserves, operates and displays historically significant transportation equipment and related items. We operate a working passenger railroad, several model train layouts and many road vehicles.
Woody’s Museum features Classic Cars from the early 1900’s, the 50’s, 60’s, & 70’s with some up to 2014 1/2. We have Baseball memorabilia from as early as Ty Cobb and Babe Ruth to the present day of 2019.
The Celebrity Car Museum is an immersive collection of over 100 iconic movie and T.V. show vehicles. Featuring a large variety of instantly recognizable cars, there is sure to be something for everyone in the family. You can get behind the ropes and take photos inside the DeLorean or have a chat with Scooby inside the Mystery Machine.
The collection is an eclectic one with cars ranging in age from a 1910 International to a Ferrari Testarossa. The premiere mark in the collection is Studebaker.
The family had a long and fruitful relationship with Studebaker, dating from 1923 to 1956. Twenty-eight Studebakers are on display ranging from a 1915 SD4 Touring car to a 1964 GT Hawk. There are many Studebakers from the 20's and 30's, considered the heyday for Studebaker. Also on display is an example of the famous Raymond Lowey designed 1953 Coupe plus a Lowey designed Avanti.
The Mungenast Classic Automobiles & Motorcycles Museum is a permanent, two-building display dedicated to celebrating the memory of Dave Mungenast, Sr. and his family’s passion for everything on wheels. Founded with Dave Sr.’s donation of his collection of vehicles, our expanded facilities now include the next generation of Mungenasts’ favorite bikes and automobiles, including many rare items. The family’s collection has something to pique the interest of every enthusiast, young or old.
The sheer expanse of The Haas Collection, with over 200 motorcycles spanning 13 decades, housed in the Museum and the adjacent Dragon Gallery, is a joyous revival of a cultural phenomenon that continues to evolve to this day. From the time when a crude gas tank was first strapped onto a bicycle frame to the creation of radical new designs that push the outer limits of the imagination, The Haas Collection has no equal anywhere, with its seemingly endless array of truly unique motorcycles embedded in two venues of unparalleled beauty.