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If you’re an RV’er then this is the place you want to visit. They have everything from popups to motor homes from the 30’s to the 70’s. They even have the 1948 Flxible bus that was converted for the Robin Williams movie “RV”.
The museum is located within the RV dealership, and the young woman who welcomed us as we walked through the front door was so nice and helpful. You follow the double red lines out to the museum and are immediately drawn into the world of...More
Well worth the visit! Enjoyed the display and variety!
The original bus from the movie RV was on display. Takes you back in time. And then, you can go browse the new RV’s . Amazing what options are available.
You will be either enthralled or bored out of your mind, depending on whether you are into RVs. Jack Sizemore and his son, Trent, are familiar figures in the Amarillo community (Trent was mayor for several years) and the family has put a lot of...More
The museum is actually part of an RV dealership but it is fine to just want to see the museum. They are happy to have you and it is free. Grest collection of vintage campers and motorcycles. Definitely worth a visit.
“Happy Max,” the modified 1948 Flxible Clipper bus belonging to the fictional Gornickes, has found a home at Jack Sisemore’s Traveland RV Museum in Amarillo, Texas, where it has been on display since the museum opened in 2012 and still has a big following.
I was expecting this to be completely hokey and was apologizing to my significant other on the way in. What a delightful surprise. We both loved this free museum. Great collection and wonderfully decorated with time frame appropriate touches. Like stepping back in time to...More