The Museum is a formerly private collection housed in the old Sunbean Bread Company. The cars are displayed in a non-barrier enviornemnt with information on each exhibit. This museum holds mostly cars of foreign origin with a lot of unique entries. I especially enjoyed the display of micro-cars. The museum has not apparently gained much popularity yet and was not crowded on Saturday morning. It took us about 2 hours to see all the cars. There is also a display of artwork and a section on current rennovations. There is a small area set apart with kids activities. Almost all of the cars are in drivable condition. This is definitely worth a visit while in Nashville if you are a car buff. The museum is closed on Tuesday & Wednesday. I would discourage taking youngsters who are not old enough yet to keep "hands off" unless they can be entertained in the kids area.
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