Located on South Main Street, this museum displays horse-drawn and motorized Studebaker vehicles manufactured in South Bend. Some of the motor vehicles set speed and endurance records in the 1920s. In addition, the museum details the economic development of the area.
Highlights include carriages belonging to Presidents Grand and McKinley, the carriage in which President Lincoln rode to Ford's theater, World War I horse-drawn wagons and amphibious World War II Weasel and an electric-powered 1909 backwards-forwards car that transported senators between their office building and the U.S. Capitol. Open Monday through Saturday 9am-5pm, Sunday noon-5pm.