Branson Auto and farm museum, Branson, Missouri (MO), USA

North America

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July 22, 2019


January 2, 2018

General information

The Branson Auto Museum was purchased by Mr. Maurice F. Wilder in 2011 after he fell in love with a car at the museum and purchased it. Later, the owners approached him and asked if he would be interested in purchasing the entire museum! Ever since, there has been no looking back. The museum was completely rebuilt in 2013/14 after a devastating tornado in February of 2012. It was rebuilt into a 90,000 square foot building, with one half dedicated to classic & antique automotive history and the other half to farming implements and equipment history. Therefore the name was changed to The Branson Auto & Farm Museum.

Mr. Wilder grew up in the Midwest farming community which led to his very successful lifelong career in farming and ranching, among many other business ventures. Most of the vehicles are for sale and we are always looking for interesting cars and tractors to add to the collection.

Big thanks to Chris Boutin for submitting this Museum via our form.

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Number of exhibited items

Cars & Automotive: 101-200, Car Inventory link

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Getting to the Museum

Address: 1335 West Highway 76, 65616, Branson, Missouri (MO), USA, North America
Coordinates: 36.642783, -93.243706

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