Founded in 1993 by Jordon and Corinne Beller, our museum strives to showcase products of Detroit's heydays, especially from Ford. We want to show individuals that these roadsters were marvelous tools for hard-working people everywhere.
We are the museum that moves you! This family-friendly place is a 60-acre site filled with interesting exhibits and special events. Four large exhibit buildings represent the remaining structures of the historic Spencer Shops, once Southern Railroad's largest steam locomotive repair facility on the east coast. The Bob Julian Roundhouse, the largest remaining operational roundhouse in North America, is filled with locomotives and rail cars of the past. The Bumper to Bumper exhibit in the Flue Shop houses vintage and antique vehicles from the early 1900s to the 1960s.
Buddy and Joe Bennett opened their auto museum in 2007 housing around 70 vehicles. A lot of unrestored originals from Model T’s to Mack Trucks, a Shelby mustang, to the retired Forest City American Lanfranc Fire truck, and it is ever changing including a new addition 1963 Ford Mayberry Sheriffs Car Signed by Don Knots (A.K.A Barney Fife) which is a must see!
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.