The National Packard Museum’s Mission is to preserve the Packard Legacy and recognize Packard’s influence in transportation and industrial history through interaction with the community and outreach programs. We carry out our mission through the operation of a world-class museum that collects, preserves, and exhibits a collection of automobiles, artifacts, and documents and hosts educational programs and special events that further our Vision “to ensure the Packard Legacy endures.”
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Address: 1899 Mahoning Ave, 44483, Warren, Ohio (OH), USA, North America
Coordinates: 41.253029, -80.83088
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