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Lewis Antique Auto & Toy Museum

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Monica S wrote a review Sep 6
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This was a hidden gem. This place is jam packed with beautifully restored cars (many restored by the owner) and antique toys. Take a look outside at hundreds of vintage gehicles. The owner Archie had a wealth of life experience and an engaging personality. This stop will long be remembered.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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BWWC87 wrote a review Jul 2018
Oceanside, California118 contributions4 helpful votes
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Don't miss making friends with the owner and his dogs. The vehicles and toys are wonderful to see and enjoy. Nothing fake or glitzy and pretend here. Don't miss this museum if you are taking a drive on Route 66.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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Roger K wrote a review Jun 2018
Rio Rancho, New Mexico387 contributions60 helpful votes
We stopped there while in town a few months ago. We had originally wanted to stop at the Soaring Museum but it was closed. This place is right across the highway from there. It is certainly not fancy at all, but that is part of the charm. There are lots of old vehicles inside the old building, including many cars and some trucks from the 30's and 40's up through cars from the 60's. I found out that the owner helped start the excellent J&R Vintage Car Museum in Rio Rancho.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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JohnandDeb2 wrote a review Jun 2018
Ormond Beach, Florida417 contributions58 helpful votes
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Stopped here while completing a portion of Route 66. Had a blast reasonable entry fee and lots to see. Photographer's paradise for vintage shots. Could have spent much more time here. Visiting with the owner Archie Lewis made the visit even more fun. A Moriarty Vintage Must Stop. Featured in 2013/2014 East Mountain Living magazine.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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UKoutcast wrote a review Jun 2018
United Kingdom46 contributions19 helpful votes
I stopped here whilst travelling on Route 66. Truly outstanding. Well worth stopping. The $4 admission fee was money well spent. I could have stayed for hours. But couldn't Archie, the owner is an amazing guy. His collection of cars and toys has taken him years to amass. He's very knowledgable on everything he has. A must see place. Highly recommended.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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