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We have toured a lot of car museums around the country and this is my favorite! The facilities are clean and not crowded together. Each car has a placard that tells the name of the car, the year manufactured and a brief notation. There is...More
I thought the museum was closed as it's a massive site with only a couple of vehicles in the parking lot. Turns out the vehicles belonged to the employees. Visited on a Wednesday afternoon. There wasn't another patron there during my hour-plus visit. Too bad......More
We had planned on just an overnight stop in Tupelo - until we heard about the auto museum. Audio descriptions for the cars is great. While we were there, workers were making room for a few more cars! Glad we spent an extra day in...More
My husband & I visited today. We are not car buffs, but this museum & collection of cars is quite impressive! At each car, there is a box much like from an old drive in movie that you could press a button & hear information...More
We stopped by the Automobile Museum while in Tupelo, mainly for my husband, who is an antique car enthusiast. My adult daughter and I weren't expecting much, but ended up staying all afternoon and enjoying every minute of it.
Although we were impressed with the...More
This is a hidden gem in the Tupelo area. I was amazed to see all of the different makes and models of automobiles. Being a NASCAR fan I was thrilled to see the iconic race car King Richard Petty won his 200th and final race...More
Not exactly sure what you're asking-- the museum along with the city of Tupelo host The Blue Suede Cruise in May-- the museum always 150 cars on display-- they have special exhibits going all the time as well -- give them a... More
Not exactly sure what you're asking-- the museum along with the city of Tupelo host The Blue Suede Cruise in May-- the museum always 150 cars on display-- they have special exhibits going all the time as well -- give them a call-- the museum is very well laid out-- it's just down the road from Elvis' birthplace so make a day of it in Tupelo