AACA Museum Collection
What was your first car? Do you have a dream car?
You may find them at the AACA Museum, Inc. The Museum collection currently numbers over 150 vehicles, all of which have been donated. Exhibited vehicles are rotated regularly. The vehicle collection is subject to change. Not every vehicle is on display; some are not in exhibitable condition. Check our current exhibitions to see what’s on display now, or browse the upcoming exhibits to see what’s around the corner.
At any given time, you can see 85-100 of these classic cars and trucks on display.
Collection vehicles span almost a century of American motoring from the 1895 Chicago Motor Benton Harbor to a 1977 Chrysler Cordoba with “fine Corinthian leather” seats. You’ll also see trucks and select vehicles like a 1924 REO Funeral Hearse and a 1935 Autocar Atlantic Tank Truck, as well as rare vehicles like our four magnificent Stearns-Knights and a pair of 1917 Pierce-Arrows that were “retired” to the museum after decades of use.
Tucker Automobiles: The Cammack Collection & Tucker Club of America Collection
See the World’s largest display of Tucker ’48 Automobiles and related artifacts.
This permanent, interactive, and educational exhibit involves visitors in the compelling story of the development of the Tucker ’48 Automobile. These historic vehicles and dynamically displays allow us to share their unique and advanced features. Beyond the cars, we’ve chronicled Preston Tucker’s vision, determination, and struggles that are so much a part of the marque’s history.
There are three Tucker ’48 Automobiles – #1001 (1st Production Car) #1022 and #1026 (the only survivor with automatic transmission.) There is also a Tucker “movie car” from the 1988 film “Tucker: The Man and his Dream” from the Tucker Automobile Club of America Collection.Read More
A custom train display continues at the Antique Auto Museum at Hershey. It’s yet another opportunity to cruise through time—on rails—at the AACA Museum during the holiday season. New features for this year now include an interactive Car Wash in addition to the operating Drive In Theatre and Saw Mill/Lumber Yard.Read More
In 2016, the AACA Museum was able to raise funds to redesign our Rocky Mountains scene and turn this into a Route 66 gallery. Driving is an integral part of our culture. It is woven into the fabric of our history and is evidence of changing times. An iconic stretch of roadway, Route 66, plays both an emotional and historical reference in American transportation history.Read More
Permanent Cars, Trucks, Buses & Motorcycles on Display
The AACA Museum, Inc. is grateful to the many donors who have given us vehicles over the years to share with visitors. Specific vehicles on view change quite frequently. An additional 50-75 vehicles are available to view on our “Behind the Scenes” tours, offered seasonally.
Please call us directly if you are interested in viewing a particular vehicle so we can let you know if it is on view. You can reach us at 717-566-7100, daily 9AM – 5PM Eastern Time.