Toad Hall Classic Sports Car Museum, Hyannis Port

(2.7/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web)
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  • The owner is really nice. He let us wander around, sit in any car, pretty cool. These are not top show quality, museum cars. That is some of the charm. Tons and tons of rare and significant British ca...  more »
  • Anyone with an interest in British Legend Sports Cars from the 1950's thru early 70's plus Datsun Race cars NEEDS to visit this remarkable garage museum. ALL the 41 cars are RED and in very drivable c...  more »
  • I've visited once before and came back to share with my friends. Cars are awesome, Bill is great and definitely worth the visit. I would go again, feel like I notice something new each time. 
  • Fans of vintage sports car will find this private collection very enjoyable and a great way to spend an hour or two. Mostly British (with a few Japanese cars set up for SCCA racing), these cars from the 50s, 60s and 70s, are the ones that I lusted after while growing up. As a bonus they are all painted red. I counted 9 Lotuses /Loti? along with several Healeys, Jags, Triumphs, MGs, etc. along with a rare AC and Daimler SP 250. There must have been around 50 cars total.
  • The collection is nothing like I'd ever seen. It's a huge collection of entirely red cars covering a massive range of years and major makes and models. The only downside is that there were a ton of cats (at least 10) running around. If you're allergic to cats it could be an interesting experience.
  • This isn't a museum, its an enthusiast's garage. You won't find velvet ropes or perfectly restored show cars here, although most are in excellent condition. These vehicles have been collected and driven by someone with a real passion for cars, and who is more interested in driving cars than polishing them. And yes, quite a few cats who like to walk over 'their' cars to have their ears scratched.