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Wisconsin Automotive Museum, Hartford

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Currently there are 111 cars on the two floors of the museum. Along with 25 Kissels other Wisconsin made cars are featured on the first floor, including Nash, Hudson, and AMC. The second floor displays have cars dating from the 1920s to the 1990s, as well as the Southeastern Wisconsin Short Track Hall of Fame.
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  • We've been here for Rotary functions, as well as just to visit the museum itself. It is not huge, but has preserved the history of Hartford and the Kissel Motor Car Company that was in Hartford many m...  more »
  • Old times are not forgotten with this blast from the past auto museum. My 15 year old son loves the cars and history.  more »
  • We've been to this museum twice. Our last trip was in March, 2017. Both visits were a wonderful experience. The cars are beautifully restored. Many capture a forgotten part of automotive history. The ...  more »
  • An interesting piece of Wisconsin history, that few people know about. My 3 year old grandson had a great time, never got bored. Mostly about the Kissel Car Company, but a lot of Nashes, and some other classics. Take a walk around Hartford too. Nice town, great ice cream/ candy store named Scoop DeVille.
  • Well spent few hours! Beautiful car and truck collections.
  • Interesting place. Fun place to go.
  • Amazing selection of automotive history. Well worth a visit.
  • Pretty cool, had cars from Wisconsin i had never even heard of. The locomotive engine is awesome as well. For ten bucks you can't go wrong