Explore the detail and ornateness of more than 80 horn buttons on view from the 1940s -1960s.
Don’t miss the nation’s largest display of full-sized vintage buses on view in the Museum’s lower gallery. The permanent exhibit includes the bus used in the movie “Forrest Gump.” Also, a bus from the same fleet used in the “Speed” movies is on display. The motorbus industry occupies an important place in everyday life. In… [Read More]
In today’s digital world, we’ve become accustomed to getting where we’re headed by pulling up MapQuest or Google Maps on our phone or by using a GPS that guides us to our destination; however, that hasn’t always been the case. Since the advent of automobiles, motorists have needed to know how to get to their… [Read More]
On long-term loan from The Hershey Company and on Display Most Days Have you ever seen a 12 ft. tall Hershey’s Kiss? You can at the AACA Museum in Hershey! The Hershey’s Kissmobile cruiser is a 12-foot tall, 26-foot long custom-made vehicle resembling three Hershey’s Kisses. Since the creation of Hershey’s Kissmobile in 1997, the… [Read More]
The Historic Vehicle Association (HVA) now has an ongoing display here at the AACA Museum, Inc. with the ability to share a variety of historically significant vehicles throughout the year with visitors to the Museum. This ongoing exhibit features significant vehicles that will change several times each year.
The Museum’s Cammack Gallery is home to the world’s most extensive Tucker collection. The gallery, named for Tucker historian and collector David Cammack, displays an interactive exhibit chronicling Preston Tucker’s vision, determination, and struggles to build the “Car of Tomorrow.” Only 51 originals Through his Chicago-based start-up, Tucker set out to revolutionize the automobile industry…. [Read More]
Custom Model Train Display An interactive adventure awaits at the Museum’s Roads to Rails model railroad display. Find locomotive fascination for the first time, or take a trip down memory lane as you cruise through time. Activate the carwash, operate the drive-in theatre, and power up the sawmill and lumber yard as trains roll along… [Read More]