Years ago I saw a few of these cars race, and have wanted to visit this fairly recently opened, off the beaten track museum. Spent more than two hours in the open, well conceived space, yet only two other visitors attended, and they stayed less than an hour. I spent some time learning from the chief mechanic there, who gives presentations now and then on car care, and he was very generous with his time and knowledge.
Once a month during good weather three of the antique sports cars are out back of the museum to show off their stuff, and impressive (or not) sound of their power train. All the cars are in good running condition, no small feat considering the number and rare nature of these cars.
The graceful lines, color and overall presentation of these cars make this as much of a museum of sculpture as it is of historic cars, the earliest of which is from about 1907. You don't have to be a gear head to appreciate the museum, (though it helps), as long as you like sculptural art.
If you own or manage Simeone Foundation Museum, register now for free tools to enhance your listing, attract new reviews, and respond to reviewers.