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The AACA Museum Inc., a Smithsonian Affiliate, displays beautifully restored automobiles, buses, and motorcycles from the 1890s to the 1980s in unique life-like scenes on a cross-country journey from New York to San Francisco. This Museum, a 501(c...more
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We were in town visiting family and decided to make a stop at the AACA Museum. There was a wide selection of cars as well as some buses. The lower level had an area for children to play. The gift shop is on the first...More
Our little family took an overnight trip to Hershey! We originally wanted to go to Indian Echo Caverns but it ended up being to cold for our little girl the morning of so I ended up finding this museum on trip advisor. We have fun...More
I really enjoyed the AACA Museum. It is not a large museum, but it has just the right amount of exhibits for a few hours. The Tucker collection is second to none. It is interactive and provides a lot of good information about about why...More
If you never been to a “car show” this is a good place to start. The museum has 3 floors of old cars, motorbikes and model trains.
You can’t avoid the smell of gasoline (maybe it was in the design). They have cars from the...More
You don't have to be a guy to enjoy looking at vintage cars & cycles. Self guided and easy paced browsing is my style and the nostalgia of years gone by are plentiful at this museum. I try to visit when there's an interesting display...More
We visited this museum on November 9. There is parking at the entrance. Because they were arranging everything for the Corvette Racing Weekend and some of the cars were not on display they reduced the entrance fee. The museum has a nice lay out, although...More