Lemay Family Collection

423 152nd Street East, Tacoma, WA 98444

Hours of operation: Tuesday through Saturday; 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Last group tour begins at 3 p.m)

The LeMay Museum is the largest privately-held collection of vehicles in the US. A sizeable portion of the collection - approximately 600 vehicles - is currently viewable at the interim museum facility at Marymount Academy in Tacoma. The LeMay Collection celebrates America's love affair with the car and spans every decade of the 20th century.

Once a year, the last Saturday in August, the museum and the grounds of the LeMay family house - where 350 additional cars are housed - are opened to the public for the LeMay Annual Car Show. In addition to the LeMay Collection, hundreds of regional car enthusiasts bring their vehicles to display.

The LeMay Museum is currently planning to build a spectacular new 750,000 square foot museum located adjacent to the Tacoma Dome alongside Interstate 5. Groundbreaking is planned for 2006 and a grand opening is anticipated in 2008. See the LeMay Museum website for pictures of the new design.

If you have any questions, please contact Bruce Benson, Chief Operating Officer (due to spam e-mail address is tweaked a bit!)


20900 Oakwood Blvd., Dearborn, MI 48121 Tel: (313) 271-1620

The Henry Ford Museum was established by the well-known auto pioneer in the 1920's and has grown to be one of the foremost collections of its type. In the 14-acre main building is the Mechanical Arts Hall with its extensive transportation dis- play. Over 200 fully restored automobiles trace the evolution of the motor vehicle from the Roper steam carriage of 1863 to modern day cars.

Blackhawk Automotive Museum

3700 Blackhawk Plaza Circle, Danville, CA 94506 Tel: (925) 736-2280

Founded 1990. 10,000 members. Open Wednesday-Sunday 10 am to 5 pm. Showcases 90 cars dating from 1897 to the 1960s. Rotating special exhibit of marques and coachbuilders, automotive art and scale model trains. Quarterly full color newsletter. Museum Shop & Bookstore, Blackhawk Automotive Research Library. Membership rates vary with category.

Auburn-Cord Duesenberg Museum

P.O. Box 271 1600 South Wayne Street Auburn, IN 46706 Tel: (219) 925-1444. Fax: (219)925-6266 ---- Open 9 to 6 daily, year round.

For further information on Cords, contact Phil McCurdy, our resident Northwest Expert

We would like to thank Pal Negyesi for his work on Automotive Museums in the USA for permission to use the following links on our website.

Mr. Negyesi updates them periodically.

Mr. Negyesi's Auto History Website

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