Curitiba Automobile Museum
Museu do Automóvel Curitiba
The history of the Automobile Museum began in 1968, when a group of antique car enthusiasts founded the Automobile and Mechanical Antiques Club of Paraná - CAAMP, in order to bring together lovers of these antique machines to encourage their preservation. After eight years of activity, the Automobile Museum was founded in 1976, which made it possible to expose the collection of members of CAAMP to the public, with over 150 vehicles, which are constantly alternating in the 70 places in the Museum that are divided into the following categories: Vintage, National and Running, being currently one of the most expressive museums of its kind in our country. Noteworthy among others: the FORD T Sport Runabout 1926, FIAT 520 - 1928, HUPMOBILE Sport Roadster 1930, classics like the 1929 CORD - L-29 Brougham and a 1930 Cabriolet, CORD 1937 - 812 Superchager Phaeton and Custom Beverly, LINCOLN - Zephyr 1937, CHEVROLET Style Line Station 1950, CADILLAC Presidential 1952, also stand out, a French Rotschil 1910, a 1942 amphibious jeep the McLaren M23 1974 - Formula 1 pilot Emerson Fittipaldi, bicycles, motorcycles and various mechanical curiosities.
Opening times: From Tuesday to Friday: 1.30 PM to 16:45 PM Saturdays and Sundays: 10 AM to 12 PM and 1:30 PM to 5:45 PM
Av. Cândido Hartmann, 2300