Museum Hours

Open Every Tuesday 1:00-4:00, first Saturday of the month 11:00-4:00.

No admission charge. Donation box located at entry door.

Museum business office hours, Mon-Fri 9:00-5:00

The Stahls Automotive Foundation

Created to build an appreciation for history. Our mission is to educate, motivate and inspire young people with a passion and appreciation for vintage vehicles and help them to understand their contribution to the development of the car industry as well as their impact on society, history and everyday life.

The Stahl Museum has over 80 cars on display ranging from the 1886 Daimler prototype to the muscle cars of the 1960s with special emphasis on the great cars of the 1930s and 1940s, a period of style and constant evolution.
Music Machines
Music Machines
The Stahl Museum is home to a number of restored and operational automated musical instruments dating from the early 20th century. See and hear the gigantic Mortier 97 key dance organ built in Belgium in 1922.
The Stahl collection contains decades of gas pumps along with porcelain steel and neon signs from the 1920s, 30s, 40s, and 50s. Step back in time in a full-size diorama of a Big Boy restaurant where you can sit in a booth or at the counter and listen to the jukebox playing your favorite 50s hits!

Our Reviews

    review rating 5  What a great selection of cars, organs, signs and more. My college student son and I drove over an hour to visit and it was worth it. The collection is pristine and the signs and staff are very informative. I cannot wait to take my husband.

    thumb Robby Buckner

    review rating 5  One of the best auto museums I've been to. The player music instrument collection is also amazing.

    thumb Jennifer T

    review rating 5  this was my first visit to stahls Automotive Museum. it was a very enjoyable visit. There are some very unique cars there glad I'm not on display at the Henry Ford Museum. In addition you can get closer to cars at stahls than you can at the Henry Ford a number of the cars have the window rolled down so you can clearly look in and see the interior's. In addition they have a wide collection of music boxes and mechanical Orchestra machines. In both the smaller front room and also large mechanical music machines in the large car showroom. I recommend this for people of all ages suitable for kids although the music machines in the large showroom can get a bit loud there are ear plugs available at the entrance desk. I was very impressed with the knowledge and courteousness all the volunteer docent who really went out of their way to make my visit more enjoyable period. I had a very good time and will return. I am told that they switch out the percentage of the cars on a quarterly basis

    thumb Rob B

    review rating 5  Amazing collection of cars! Donation only to visit. Great place to see automotive history!

    thumb Scott Becker
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