The National Automobile Museum is located in Reno, Nevada and offers the visitor an amazing experience viewing antique cars from different periods of the history of the automobile. The antique car exhibits are interesting to the auto lover and amateur alike, with many different types of exhibits on display.
One exhibit is all about vintage racers, and has a 1910 Franklin D Torpedo Phaeton Roadster for people to view. You can also come across vintage Fords, Ferraris, and Hupmobiles.
The collection housed in this museum boasts more than 200 antique and vintage cars, all in a 105,000 square foot building, located right on the Truckee River. There are four street scenes in total, set up to recreate different locales across the country during different time periods throughout the 20th century. Many of the cars that make up the collection are actually celebrity cars or were part of old films. The museum also includes a theater and a wonderful restaurant.
The National Automobile Museum is located on 10 Lake Street South at the corner of Lake & Mill in Reno, Nevada. The hours of operation are: Monday-Saturday 9:30am-5:30pm, and Sunday 10am-4pm. Admission is $9 for adults, $7 for seniors 62 and over, and $3 for kids 6-18. Children under 5 are free.