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York Motor Museum, York

(3.8/5 based on 90+ reviews on the web)
If you're a fan of classic cars and heading between Perth and the Australian interior, stop in at York Motor Museum. Here you'll find about 150 cars, including an 1894 Peugeot, a Model T, and the Williams FW07 that helped Australian Alan Jones win the World Grand Prix Championship in 1980. Walk through the museum's three halls and courtyard to view automobiles and memorabilia from different eras. Exhibits change monthly. The facility can be a bit chilly during winter, so bring a light jacket if you visit in cooler months. With our custom trip planner, York attractions like York Motor Museum can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • It is surprisingly well stocked. A wonderful collection of motor memorabilia. One can get lost in this museum for hours. Vehicles that you recognise and others that are completely 'new'. Well worth th...  more »
  • A must see in the town of York. A great private collection with great variety and history. Don't miss this unique experience.  more »
  • What an interesting Museum, right in the main Street of York. A definite for vintage & classic car enthusiasts. The very rare 1919 Australian Big 6 Tourer would be the highlight. Staff were knowledgea...  more »
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  • A great range of period cars, motorcycles and motoring items. A little expensive but I guess it's for a good cause - maintaining the vehicles and the building. No hands-on things for kids - so my 9 year old son got bored pretty quick because he wasn't allowed to touch anything.
  • Great day out well put together
  • Very good museum with lots of wonderful old cars.