Museums in United States
The Automobile Driving Museum is among the most exceptional museums of its kind. Displaying more than 70 cars of many makes and spanning the years, our collection is one of beauty as well as educational. While visiting the museum, not only do you have the special opportunity to view the showcased automobiles but you also have the opportunity to sit in them to get the feel of what it was like to drive these classics. On weekend visits, there are select automobiles that are available for our visitors over the age of 10 to ride in.
"The Automotive Hall of Fame is both a visitor attraction and an educational resource for inspiring others to higher levels of achievement in their own work and lives. Visitors will experience automotive history through visual and interactive exhibits, automobiles and authentic artifacts. To educate and encourage the next generation of industry participants, school groups can visit the Automotive Hall of Fame at a discounted rate." The Automotive Hall of Fame is located close to The Henry Ford Museum.
The Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum is dedicated to the presentation, interpretation, exhibition and history of motorcycles, vintage vehicles and motorsports. The collection now has over 1200 vintage and modern motorcycles as well as a substantial collection of Lotus and other racecars. The collection is the largest of its kind in the world. There are approximately 600 of the 1200 motorcycles on display at any given time. These bikes range from 1902 to current-year production. The common street bike is represented, as well as rare one-off Gran Prix race machinery.
Barry’s Car Barn is an antique car museum focusing on American muscle cars from the 50s-70s and so much more.
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.
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!
An open air Pavillion and courtyard filled with a collection of old antique trucks and equipment put together by Erving Bickford.
"Nestled in a wooded grove behind his shop of 40 years Bill Morris started to fulfill his life long dream. Bill's Old Bike Barn was born. Ten years later we have over 100 amazing vintage motorcycles and more than 50,000 square feet dripping with some of the most extraordinary antiques from all around the world. The 1939 German Kattenkrad, 1913 Harley Silent Grey Fellow, 1914 Triumph have taken their place along with vintage European carousel horses and pristine Moto Guzzi's and our latest acquisition the 1909 Peugot."
One of the most outstanding collections in the world, Blackhawk Museum features exceptional and rare classic cars.
The Bluegrass Motorcycle Museum of Hartford, Kentucky. When visitors come to Hartford, a short day trip is in demand to see the treasures of the Bluegrass Motorcycle Museum. Owned and operated by Jack Embry and his wife Nancy, the displays boast over 20 vintage, American made motorcycles, and 30 years’ worth of motorcycle memorabilia. The oldest bike displayed is a 1911 Yale, with a tandem seat and original paint designs. This rare, early 20th century bike is the only one still in existence today.