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LeMay - America's Car Museum (ACM), named one of USA Today's 10 Best Museums in Seattle and KING 5's 2014 & 2015 Best Museum in Western Washington, is an international destination where families and enthusiasts gather to celebrate America's love...more
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The collection of cars represent a large number of eras and types - both foreign and domestic. The museum covers four floors and is laid out in a linear fashion.so you can see all of their cars. The Lemay collection, however, is packed handle to...More
I work for a facility in Buckley Washington ( Rainier School ) we have many clients that are car enthusiast, so we planned a trip to bring a group of client to see your cars. So this is not an easy task because most of...More
Harold LeMay a long time local legend became a wealthy man with his Refuse Company. Along with Taking Out the Trash, he amazingly built us the worlds largest Automobile Collection. Marymount - out in Spanaway and the very cool downtown Tacoma, WA museum. Both are...More
We visited the museum twice for the "Cars and Couture Fashion Show." This museum is a one of a kind experience you won't soon forget! The late Harold Lemay was the owner of a garbage company, and was the owner of all the cars featured...More
We had ample parking and just a short walk to the LeMay Car Museum for our 2018 Holiday Party. This was my first visit here and I wish I had more time to see all the cars. I did not know what to expect upon...More
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There is so much to look at and so many unique cars, the time depends on how much of a petrol head you are. Just for the casual enthusiast I would allow at least 2-3 hours for the die hard at least 4-5 hours. They have a... More
There is so much to look at and so many unique cars, the time depends on how much of a petrol head you are. Just for the casual enthusiast I would allow at least 2-3 hours for the die hard at least 4-5 hours. They have a cafe on site and food is reasonably priced and okay.