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National Automotive and Truck Museum (NATMUS), Auburn

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  • It's a don't miss, a must see after the Auburn Cord Duesenburg museum. Very very nice truck and cars.  more »
  • Nice museum. Quite a collection of "Hot Wheels" and other types of "little" cars in addition to the real thing. Reminiscent of childhood toys. Nice gift shop.  more »
  • We visited this museum after seeing the Auburn Cord Museum next door. This is in an old garage and it actually smells like one and has stains on the floor. It looks very authentic. They had a good sel...  more »
  • A great find while out exploring a new city! My husband loves cars, and we found this on GroupOn while on vacation to occupy a few hours. I don't know what expectations I had, but they were exceeded. Walk in to a nice gentleman working a gift shop. We paid for admission, we're given a small history and a map, and started to explore. We're from Detroit, home of the big 3, motor city. So we excited to see all these cars from Auburn Car Company. A native company in Indiana. There were so many small display cases with models. And then another building with real cars, vintage. The cool addition were the scene replicas set up around the buildings. Two floors in one building. Coolest thing is one of THE buildings is an old part of the Factory. Also, it is sooo clean. It's rare to find someplace so old, but not one spec of dust. I had to commend the guy. Please go here. It's so worth it.
  • Very entertaining and not just cars. Just about anything transportation from old milk trucks and oil wagons from the late 19th century to pedal cars to Muscle cars. And of course the Cord and Dusenburgs. Even a restored Gulf gas station and 50's era diner. A great visit for anyone interested in history.
  • Very cool museum featuring classic cars, motorcycles, and vintage toys. It's a natural extension of the ACD Museum, and worth spending a few hours exploring on its own.
  • Very cool museum. I hadn't known this existed is my friend wasn't visiting!!
  • Love it my 1927 Graham is there. Awesome place