Not simply a museum for Studebaker autos, but an opportunity to see the development of transportation since the mid nineteenth century. Since our last visit, there have been changes in which vehicles were showcased for display -- and which were relegated to the visible storage in the basement. Unfortunately, those in the basement have only minimal signage -- with prototypes identified by the year they were built, but not their envisioned year of production. Bring a camera with a powerful flash, as the displays on the main floors tend to be dark, with hot spotlights.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.