240 Museum Dr., Lansing Michigan 48933
Located on Museum Drive, this facility features artifacts and documents tracing the history of area transportation from 1883 to the present. Antique vehicles and automotive memorabilia as well as aircraft, bicycles and carriages are displayed. Automobiles exhibited range from the first Oldsmobile, built in 1897 to the first 1966 Toronado off the line. Guided tours are available by request.
Open Monday through Saturday 10am-5pm, Sunday noon-5pm; closed major holidays.
Other History nearby:
(Flint) Crossroad Village & Huckleberry Railroad
(Augusta) Fort Custer National Cemetery
(Augusta) Fort Custter
(Hastings) Historic Charlton Park Village & Museum
(Marshall) Honolulu House
(Scituate) Mann Farmhouse/Historical Museum
12/09 Coming to The Lansing area
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