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Over 170 classic and vintage vehicles from 1899 through the early 1980's in 5 climate-controlled repurposed factory buildings. Historic Pre-war exhibit, Nostalgic Post-war 50's, 60's & 70's cars, Cars Made in NY State exhibt, Largest Franklin...more
Wow is all I really need to say! This was a fantastic museum filled with gorgeously restored cars, trucks and motorcycles. Well worth the trip and the price you pay. One mans vision to preserve the past led to this wonderful museum and history lesson....More
✔️Multiple and extremely immaculate restrooms throughout the Museum
✔️Extremely friendly and knowledgeable volunteers who go above-and-beyond
✔️Opportunities for events in a separate room
✔️Incredible collection of cars, motorcycles, airplane engines, and MORE
✔️Accessible to the non-ambulatory visitor
I cannot believe that...More
I have been to many antique car museums around the country and this one is definitely ranked near the top. There are over 160 vehicles on display, including the largest group of Franklin automobiles in the world. There was a special display of commercial work...More
Whilst on a road trip thru some of America’s countryside, We stumbled across a sign on the road advertising this museum and went to have a look. So glad we did. This is one of the best classic car museums we have seen.
The Northeast Classic Car Museum is one of the best auto museums I have been to. They showcase the Franklin brand cars, trucks, and aircraft engines. Many other marques from antique and classic cars and trucks to 70's era muscle and luxury cars are displayed....More
Excellent Auto Museum for car enthusiasts that are interested in American Auto from the early 1900s to the 1990s. Great collections of Detroit's built cars from the 1950s to 1970s also exhibit on trucks. No NASCAR. All cars are in beautiful conditions and most are...More
I thought a little city that no one really ever heard of. What kind of museum could it be? The city is adorable and loved walking the streets. Very beautiful old homes. Then we went to the car museum. Just wow! The cars were beautiful,...More
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There is a major bus line that will take you to Norwich. However I know of no public transportation from the bus stop to the museum. There are taxis but I would suggest walking if you are in good health. It's not that far... More
There is a major bus line that will take you to Norwich. However I know of no public transportation from the bus stop to the museum. There are taxis but I would suggest walking if you are in good health. It's not that far from the bus stop and hotels.