• Proud to be North America’s Largest Auto Museum!

Proud to be America’s Signature Collection

On a 90-acre historic campus midway between Detroit and Chicago automotive history comes to life right before your eyes. Here at the Gilmore Car Museum, visitors shoot the breeze in an old-fashioned gas station, children stand inches from a 1930 Rolls-Royce that’s from a Disney® movie, and grandparents reminisce about a ’57 Chevy that was the star of their yesteryear. Stroll the campus, eat lunch in our authentic Blue Moon Diner, and walk right up to an amazing collection of over 400 vintage automobiles and motorcycles. It’s the ultimate experience for everyone, including the young and the young at heart.

Upcoming Events

Exhibit Preview & Reception: The Golden Age of Sports Cars @ Gilmore Car Museum | Hickory Corners | Michigan | United States
Be among the first to see our brand new display during an exclusive exhibit preview and cocktail reception fundraiser for The Golden Age of Sports Cars, 1949-1967!  This exhibit brings together nearly two dozen of some of the[...]
Keep Your Motor Running! A Fall 5K Fundraiser @ Gilmore Car Museum | Hickory Corners | Michigan | United States
The Gilmore Car Museum is excited to announce our very first Fall 5K Fundraiser: Keep Your Motor Running! This family friendly 5K run and walk will be held throughout the Museum’s 90-acre Historic Campus. Cost to[...]
RESCHEDULED: Movie Night Under the Stars featuring “American Graffiti” @ Gilmore Car Museum | Hickory Corners | Michigan | United States
DUE TO THE POOR WEATHER FORECAST AND EXPECTED RAIN THIS WEEKEND, THE MUSEUM’S MOVIE NIGHT HAS BEEN POSTPONED AND HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED FOR THE EVENING OF SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1ST. Join us for the Gilmore Car Museum’s first[...]


Featured Partner

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Featured Partner Museum

Our Featured Partner Museum! The Model A Ford Museum is the largest public museum dedicated to the Model A Ford. This 13,000 sq. ft. re-creation of a 1928 Ford dealership is complete with a service bay and vintage gas pumps. You’ll also find rare examples of the famed car, which was produced from 1928 through 1931, including Thomas Edison’s Model A, a school bus, mail truck, and tow-truck.