The AACA Museum is dedicated to the preservation and presentation of motor vehicle history in a manner that provides for the education and entertainment of their guests.
Their goal is to deliver a world class automotive experience through innovative and interactive exhibits that appeal to all ages and illustrate the historical evolution and potential future impacts of one of the most culturally defining innovations of modern times.
The house the Cammack Collection & Tucker Club of America Collection, with the world’s largest display of Tucker ’48 Automobiles and related artifacts.
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Address: 161 Museum Drive, 17033, Hershey, Pennsylvania (PA), USA, North America
Coordinates: 40.298259, -76.690076
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