The Museum of Automobiles

Large building with fountain out front and a green lawn under a blue sky with clouds.
From the moment you park, The Museum of Automobiles is a marvel to behold....
1981 DeLorean DMC12 sitting on display with doors open.
1981 DeLorean DMC12...
920 Ford TT School Bus in bright yellow with Petit Jean School written on the side.
Transportation history comes to life!...
Antique cars lined up on display inside museum.
View more than 50 fully-restored vehicles ranging in year from 1904 to 1981....
Bright red antique food truck.
It's easy to spend hours taking in all the interesting automobiles. ...
Dark green antique racer on display among other antique autos.
It's hard to pick a favorite with so many vehicles on display....

What to know

Located just off of Arkansas 124, atop scenic Petit Jean Mountain and tucked amongst the pines, the Museum is a half-acre of indoor antique displays housed in a unique architectural marvel.

Opened in 1964 by the then future Governor Winthrop Rockefeller, the museum still houses several of his personal automobiles along with cars owned or driven by other notable people such as Elvis Presley and President John F. Kennedy. It displays vehicles from as early as 1904 and as late as 1981, with 48 in between, in addition to motorcycles and pedal cars. The museum is home to the only Arkansas Climber automobiles known to exist with the 1923 Climber Touring on display.

The Museum serves as the headquarters for the Mid-American Old Time Automobile Association and annually hosts car shows and swap meets.
Also on display is an antique gun collection and coin machines including a functioning player piano. With such a variety, there is something for everyone!

Open 7 Days a Week (year round excluding Christmas Day) 10am-5pm
Admission Information 

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8 Jones Lane
Morrilton, AR 72110-9353