Michigan

 
Automotive Hall of Fame
Inside the Automotive Hall of Fame you will discover the intersection with cars and all aspects of our daily lives. Exhibit galleries with permanent and changing exhibits on the early days of the automobile, the rise of the auto industry around the globe, and the beauty of auto styling and how it has changed every part of our daily lives.
21400 Oakwood, Dearborn, MI 48124, USA
+1 313-240-4000
Opening Hours

Winter: Fri-Sun 9am-5pm
Summer: Wed-Sun 9am-5pm

Entry Conditions
Adults: $10
Seniors & Students: $6
Youth: $4

Cadillac LaSalle Museum
The Cadillac & LaSalle Club was established in 1958 to encourage the preservation of early Cadillacs and LaSalles. Today, the club promotes the development, collection, publication and exchange of helpful information pertaining to Cadillac and LaSalle. More than 7,000 members around the world own, preserve, exhibit, drive and enjoy more than 18,000 collectible automobiles built by Cadillac.
6865 W. Hickory Road, Hickory Corners, MI 49060
+1 269-671-5089
Opening Hours

Mon-Fri: 9am-5pm
Sat-Sun: 9am-6pm

Entry Conditions
Adults: $13
Youth: $10
Children 6 & under: Free

Classic Car Club of America Museum
The Classic Car Club of America Museum offers visitors a combination of Classic vehicles, automobilia, antique buildings all set in the pristine rural Michigan countryside – creating a unique experience for all who visit.
6865 W. Hickory Road, Hickory Corners, Michigan 49060
+1 269-671-5333
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Entry Conditions
Apr 1-Oct 31: 9am-5pm

Detroit Car Museum
Coming Soon
34975 West Twelve Mile Road, Farmington Hills, Michigan 48331
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Opening Hours

Not Open Yet


 
Ford Piquette Avenue Plant
Today, you can visit the birthplace of the Model T. The Ford Piquette Avenue Plant is again open and evolving into a symbol of Detroit’s ability to invent, innovate, and rebound. Walk the plank floors worn smooth by hundreds of workers and thousands of cars. See Henry Ford’s competition, his early successes and false starts.
461 Piquette St, Detroit, MI 48202, USA
+1 313-872-8759
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Opening Hours

Open Apr-Nov
Wed-Sun: 10am-4pm

Entry Conditions
Adults: $12
Seniors: $10
Students: $5
Children: Free

Four Wheel Drive Museum
An organization for the purpose of maintaining and expanding an historical museum to house vehicles and memorabilia pertaining to the early development of the four wheel drive principle. The museum is the original machine shop where Otto Zachow and William Besserdich developed the first simple and effective design for transferring power to all four wheels of an automobile.
105 E 12th St, Clintonville, WI 54929, USA
+1 715-823-2141
Opening Hours

Open Saturdays 1pm to 4pm Jun-Sep


 
Gilmore Car Museum
Walk right up to automotive history at the Gilmore Car Museum as you browse through our collections and exhibit after exhibit of incredible vehicles, in a most memorable setting. If you take them all in, you’ll see nearly 400 vehicles, and the range of brands and models is breathtaking—everything from Model As to Cadillacs, Pierce-Arrows to Duesenbergs, Studebaker to Chevrolet, and more. We also have exhibits that capture the best of each automotive era—cars from the Nickel and Brass Eras to the Classics and Post-War, plus favorites from the ’50s and ’60s.
6865 W Hickory Rd, Hickory Corners, MI 49060, USA
+1 269-671-5089
Opening Hours

Mon-Fri: 9am-5pm
Sat-Sun: 9am-6pm

Entry Conditions
Adults/Seniors: $15
Youth: (ages 7-17): : $10
Children (ages 6 and under): Free
Active Military (must present ID): Free

Museum of Off Road Adventure
Currently undergoing renovations
St. Clair County

Pierce-Arrow Museum
The collection of historic automobiles, bicycles, Pierce-Arrow memorabilia and documents is unlike any other in the world. Here you will find a selection of some of the most compelling pieces and their stories with a focus and emphasis placed on Pierce-Arrow, E.R. Thomas Motor Company and other Buffalo made automobiles.
263 Michigan Ave, Buffalo, NY 14203, USA
+1 716-853-0084
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Opening Hours

Thu-Mon: 11am-4pm

Entry Conditions
Adults: $10
Children: $4

Stahls Automotive Foundation
Today the Stahl Automotive Collection in Chesterfield, Michigan features more than 125 classic cars from the Brass, Depression, Pre/Post War and Modern Eras; including one-of-a-kind treasures such as, a 1948 Tucker, 1928 O.W. 4.5 Bentley and 1926 A.C. Roadster.
56516 N Bay Dr, New Baltimore, MI 48051, USA
+1 586-749-1078
Opening Hours

Tue: 1-4
1st Sat of the month 11-4

Entry Conditions
Free (Donations Accepted)

The Carroll Collection
The primary purpose of The Carroll Collection is to celebrate the automotive genius of Carroll Shelby, the incredible legacy and tradition that were created by the employees of Shelby American, and to celebrate the racing history of the Ford Motor Company.
1907 N Grovedale Ave, Jackson, MI 49203, USA
+1 517-740-3000
Opening Hours

By Invitation Only


 The Henry Ford
Step into a world where past innovations fuel the imagination of generations to come. A vibrant exploration of genius in all its forms, Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation allows you to experience the strides of America’s greatest minds while fully immersing yourself in their stories. Step inside the bus where Rosa Parks took a stand by taking a seat. Play pilot as you explore flight innovations, starting with the Wright brothers' achievements, or make yourself at home inside Buckminster Fuller’s circular Dymaxion House. Put yourself in the place of the movers and shakers who blazed the trail to where we stand today. And in doing so, discover your own path.
20900 Oakwood Blvd, Dearborn, MI 48124, USA
+1 313-982-6001
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Opening Hours

Varies- Check the Web-Site


The Packard Proving Grounds Historic Site
49965 Van Dyke, Shelby Charter Township, MI 48317, USA
+1 586-739-4800
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Wills Sainte Claire Auto Museum
The largest collection of Wills autos anywhere in the world! Currently there are 10 Wills cars on display, from a 1922 Coupe to a 1926 7-Passenger Sedan to a 1926 Wills Roadster. The Museum also has many photographs of the factory and the community of Marysville, which C. Harold Wills called the "City of Contented Living". Original black & white ads, color ads, original literature and owners manuals, and much, much more.
2408 Wills St, Marysville, MI 48040, USA
+1 810-388-5050
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Opening Hours

Second Sunday of every month from 1-5pm.
Jun-Aug: 4th Sun, 1-5pm.

Entry Conditions
$5.00

 
Ypsilanti Auto Heritage Museum
YAHM’s featured automotive stories are Chevrolet Corvair, Tucker, Hudson, Kaiser-Frazer, and General Motors Hydra-matic; all with Ypsilanti connections. Displays include Motor State which held patents on power convertible tops, the Ford Motor Company Generator Plant, and local car dealerships. As a thriving commercial and manufacturing hub, Ypsilanti had a significant influence on these pioneering companies and the men who built them. The Ypsilanti Automotive Heritage Museum preserves an important era in American history. The museum also hosts the National Hudson Motor Car Company Museum.
100 East Cross Street, Ypsilanti, Mi 48198
+1 734-482-5200
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Opening Hours

Tue-Sun: 1-4pm
Mon: Closed