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."
The Brumos Collection has been opened to the public in January, 2020. It is the beautiful remnants of a racing team, a dealership, and a distributorship. The Brumos Collection focuses on vintage Porsches, many of them race cars, but also features an assortment of other vintage vehicles.
"This museum is not a personal collection of cars. Each automobile is selected based on its historical and cultural significance. We aim to educate every guest about these cars, but also about what was happening around us when they were made. In doing so, we hope to encourage the preservation of current and future automobiles, thereby preserving their stories."
The Audrain Automobile Museum was established in 2014 with the mission of preserving and presenting Newport's automotive history while connecting and engaging with other local non-profits and the community as a whole. With access to collections of over 2000 cars, the Museum presents three curated thematic exhibits per year that runs parallel with American history. The Museum is unique in the way that it remains committed to telling stories that connect the history of automobiles with American culture.
Frontier Auto Museum is preserving the history and nest-alga of the automotive & transportation industry through the private collection of Leon & Jeff Wandler. Leon started this collection because of his love for Hudson cars, which is the main focus of the museum today.
One of the largest toy pedal car collections in Eastern Pennsylvania, 140 in all owned by and operated by Seiverling Museum, LLC. The Museum and Collection were started as early as 1991 by Richard and Ethel Seiverling, with 5 Classic cars and one pedal car, and in the next 15 years the collection has changed to 3 Classic cars and as high as 162 pedal cars from all over the world
Created in 2005, the Martin Auto Museum is the brainchild of owner and founder Mel Martin. Mel saw a need to share a collection of vehicles that represent significant periods in automotive history.
At the Museum, visitors can view history through the decades in this vast collection. There are a number of race cars and one-of-a-kind vehicles to excite any automotive, art or history enthusiast.
The Kansas Oil Museum is the one of the largest museums in the state with a focus on the history of America's early 20th-century oil industry. We also preserve and interpret the history of Butler County, Kansas, from the earliest days of the Native American tribes and the pioneers, to small-town and ranch life of the 1900s.
Take a stroll down memory lane at the Macs Pride Farm Museum where visiting the past is fun! The museum is home to over 20 antique cars, including a 1920 McLaughlin, 1930 Lincoln, Model T's and Model A's.