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On a 90-acre historic campus midway between Detroit and Chicago is the Gilmore Car Museum. Here, visitors shoot the breeze in an old-fashioned gas station. Children stand inches from a 1930 Rolls-Royce that’s from a Disney® movie. Grandparents share stories about a ’57 Chevy, as their smiles are reflected in the car’s chrome. Stroll the campus. Eat lunch in our authentic Blue Moon Diner. Walk right up to an amazing collection of over 300 vintage automobiles, motorcycles, and memories. It’s the ultimate experience for everyone in your family.

Upcoming Events

Special Guest Speaker: Art Fitzpatrick - "Mid-Century Performance" @ Gilmore Car Museum | Hickory Corners | Michigan | United States
The Gilmore Car Museum is proud to welcome celebrated automotive artist Art Fitzpatrick for an exclusive presentation on Friday, June 5th at 2:30pm in honor of the Museum’s featured special exhibition of 2015, “Mid-Century Performance.” Celebrating seven[...]
Classic Car Club of America Museum “Grand Experience” @ Gilmore Car Museum | Hickory Corners | Michigan | United States
Classic Car Club of America Museum “Grand Experience” Sunday, June 7, 2015 9am – 3pm The Classic Car Club of America Museum will host their 2015 Grand Experience at the Gilmore Car Museum on Sunday,[...]
Sun, Jun 14 @ 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
20th Annual Vintage Motorcycle Show & Swap Meet
20th Annual Vintage Motorcycle Show & Swap Meet Sunday, June 14, 2015 8am – 4pm The 20th annual Vintage Motorcycle Show and Swap Meet is West Michigan’s largest and fastest growing cycle show, featuring thousands[...]


Featured Partner

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Featured Partner

Did you know we have 7 onsite partner museums?

Our featured partner this month is the Classic Car Club of America Museum. The CCCA Museum was dedicated in 1987, when its Thomas W. Barrett Barn was opened to the public. Representing the pinnacle of engineering, styling and design for their era, these cars—bearing nameplates such as Auburn, Duesenberg, Packard, Pierce-Arrow, Stuz, and many others—were built between 1925 and 1948, typically in limited production numbers. In addition, the CCCA’s collection of automobile mascots and name badges is a must-see; when combined with the Gilmore Car Museum’s own collection, it is one of the largest displays in North America.