The Fort Lauderdale Antique Car Museum boasts a one-of-a-kind setting, with the largest collection of Packard cars and historical memorabilia from 1900 and on. There is something that will appeal to everyone in this recently expanded 30,000 square foot museum where guests are able to indulge in some of the industrial age’s greatest achievements.
In addition to the vast number of cars, observers will find an array of hood ornaments, old gas station signs, carburetors, gear-shift knobs, horns, lighters & ashtrays, lamps, vintage magazines & photos, an entire exhibit dedicated to Franklin D. Roosevelt, and so much more.
We consider this one of the Top Car Museums in the US.
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Number of exhibited items
Cars & Automotive: 51-100
Items Exhibited at the Museum
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Museum Contact Info
Contact Email: No information available
Contact Form: Link
Phone number(s): (954) 779.7300
Getting to the Museum
Address: 1527 Southwest 1st Avenue, 33315, Fort Lauderdale, Florida (FL), USA, North America
Coordinates: 26.102262, -80.143537
Usually only for private use. Always check for latest info on the home page!
Photography permitted: Not known
Tripod permitted: Not known
Flash permitted: Not known
Note: This information was accurate July, 2019 when it was published/updated, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.
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