Pioneer Auto Show
The Pioneer Auto Show was started in 1954 by AJ ‘Dick’ Geisler and his family. Since then, the Pioneer Auto Museum (as it was known back then) and Dick have been a single thought in the minds of the thousands of antique and classic car enthusiasts who have visited, and met the man with the ever-present cigar In 1954, Dick and his two sons, Dave and John, had so many antique cars they decided to build a place to display them all properly. This is how the Pioneer Auto Museum began. After Dick's death in 1973, John ran the vintage automobile museum. Dave then took over the active management of the growing classic car attraction, which now has more than 30 buildings. The two men, working together, were a good team. The result was a continued growth and improvement of the antique displays and facilities. Today, the high-volume Interstate 90 attraction features not only classic cars and tractors but also hundreds of other collectibles from vintage gas pumps and bicycles to antique toys.Dave greets you at the door with a big smile and cordial welcome, taking time to show customers various displays and to talk about antique cars and new times.
Opening times: Summer Hours (June 15 - September 7): Monday - Sunday: 8:30 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. CST
503 5th Street
Murdo, SD 57559