At the Draft Animal Museum, located just South of Auburn, you’ll learn history of the draft animal in America through hundreds of antique pieces of horse farming history, and “hands-on” displays for young and old alike. The museum is open every weekend 1-4 p.m. May-October.
A National Historic Landmark This automotive mecca exhibits over 120 cars ranging from 1894 to 1999 and automotive displays on three floors. The museum has the greatest and most extensive collection of Auburn Cord and Duesenberg automobile in the world. Experience the passion from this great era.
2015 marks the 8th Anniversary of the DeKalb County History Museum and the 100th Anniversary of the former Butler Carnegie Library Building of which the museum now resides. It features pre-historic artifacts, early schools and libraries, clubs, organizations, businesses and urban and rural life.
The Early Ford V-8 Museum will take you back in time to catch a glimpse of life in the 1930s, ’40s, and ’50s. The museum specializes in Ford Motor Company vehicles made between 1932 and 1953 including Ford, Lincoln, Mercury, commercial vehicles, tractors and Ford Industrial engines.
The Garrett Railroad Museum is the former Baltimore & Ohio railroad freight station. Located along side the CSX railroad tracks, the station has been restored to reflect a typical rural railroad station of the early 1900’s. Here you will find displayed many relics, curios, photographs, and railroad items.
Housed in an old restored Bank Building, the museum’s primary focus is to showcase local and area artists, and to provide art education to the county and visitors. Location: 100 South Randolph Street, Garrett, IN 46738 Hours: Friday 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm, Saturday 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm, Sunday 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
The Hoosier Air Museum is a showcase for historical aircraft and various types of aviation memorabilia. Committed to preserving the history of military aviation, the museum provides a facility where visitors can view historic aircraft and learn about the people who designed, built, flew and maintained them.
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The Kruse Automotive & Carriage Museum features a variety of vehicles to entertain the whole family and is also home to the International Monster Truck Museum & Hall of Fame, and the Northeastern Indiana Racing Museum. All under one roof you can enjoy the classic cars, beautifully detailed custom cars.
A National Historic Landmark The National Auto and Truck Museum is housed in the former factory building of the Auburn Automobile Company. The museums emphasis is on post World War II cars, muscle cars, trucks and vehicles from 1908 “high wheelers” to current production pickups.
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The History Center offers a compelling “living” history, alive with the sights, sounds, and equipment that have defined America’s military encounters through the American Revolution to our present day. The museum complex spotlights a variety of galleries for all to enjoy, 60+ military vehicles, uniforms, weapons and artifacts.