Though I'm not particularly a car enthusiast (that would be my husband!), I can appreciate a exceptionally well done exhibit of beautifully restored cars of a bygone era! The museum is well laid out, making it very easy to stroll through, taking as much (or as little) time as you want to appreciate what you see. We met and spoke with one of the owners and her love for Pontiac (both the car and the town) is apparent. The admission is free, but you might want to drop a few bucks here, either as a donation to insure that this gem stays open or on some of the nifty items they have for sale in the gift shop (not just your usual 'Route '66 souvenirs!) And take a moment to check out the Wall Dogs Museum next door and learn the story behind the beautiful murals done by them on buildings around town. Just a short walk away is a great Route '66 Museum where you can see relics of the era as well as the VW van and converted school bus owned and driven by well known Route '66 artist Bob Waldmire. And last, but not least, grab a bite at Benardi's II just down the street from the Pontiac Museum - we enjoyed both warm hospitality and a delicious grilled chicken salad! Pontiac, IL is a charming little town - don't miss it!