It is no secret that the world loves cars. America has more commuters, car clubs and classic and custom cars than any place in the world. The Autoseum’s goal is to inform and educate the citizens of America (particularly its youngest citizens) about the history, the industry, the craft and most of all, the people who make this culture of cars a reality.
The Autoseum functions as a teaching museum. On permanent display we have some of most famous designs Batmobile, Aston Martin DB5 from Goldfinger and the Drag-U-La from TV’s Munsters and over 2,000 cars to see under one roof in a complete entertainment complex of one million square feet. The Autoseum has regular classes and workshops demonstrating highly specialized equipment and techniques.
We have revolving exhibit spaces which can showcase the work of other designers from across the country. In addition, we have a fully functional auto shop, with picture windows to let patrons see every step of the repair process first hand. The garage will employ a rotating staff of interns and apprentices from schools and colleges as well as past students, from across America.
We have car club meeting space, event hosting, regular cruise nights, a parts store, swap meets, car shows and many new classes.
With the support of the communities the Autoseum is a premier institution of entertainment, education and community service.