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Review of Volo Auto Museum

Volo Auto Museum
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US$15.00*
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Volo Auto Museum Admission
Ranked #1 of 3 things to do in Volo
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed 2 August 2014

Found this only from the signs on the street. There are 5 or more large rooms of cars that are restored. Some are even for sale.

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Reviewed 31 July 2014

We have heard of this place for many years and finally decided to see it. It was AWSOME!!!! The price is really good. My kids (8,9years old) loved it. It has so many cars most are for sale. Needless to say, since we went we have been catching up on some old movies. The antique malls are lots of fun also, since you get a wristband I would suggest eating prior to arriving. The cafeteria there is not expensive but not tasty at all :(. We would definitely visit again. There is plenty to see and plenty to do.

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Reviewed 29 July 2014

There IS something that will appeal to every one. You enter thru a food court area that is a bit cheesy, but good to have if you spend several hours looking around. There are five buildings, starting with truly beautiful classics. Duesenberg was featured on this trip. The next building contained specialty cars from the movies and TV. Flinstones, Munsters, Ghostbusters and a few dozen more. The remaining buildings contain, I'm guessing, about 300 cars. Most are from the 50s and 60s. These buildings are more like classic car showrooms, virtually all of these machines are for sale, price tags and all. There are a few outdoor displays and two large antique stores with much more than car memorabilia. The biggest problem most guys will have will be convincing your wife that you need a classic GTO.
If you have any interest in retro cars, this museum is a must.

1  Thank 751raya
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Reviewed 27 July 2014

A GREAT TIME was had by all. The showrooms were clean and a pleasure to walk through. Whether you are a car buff or not, there is something to see. Even my 9 year old daughter had fun (though she won't admit it). Had her picture taken in the Flintstones car. Really liked seeing Ralph Loren and Tony Curtis's car, and Natalie Woods '63 Riviera was a beauty.

Plan on several hours.

1  Thank steph26139
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Reviewed 24 July 2014

This museum is so fun, even if you aren't a huge car lover. But, if you are a car lover, plan a long time to be here. There are many showrooms of cars, from luxurious, to old sports cars, to Johnny Cash's guitar car! They have many cars from movie/TV sets, such as the Back to the Future DeLorian, Nightrider, and the Beverly Hillbillies. There is also an entire section devoted to military vehicles. This section is like a 'living museum' because they have the vehicles set into scenes from the period of time they came from. Then, when you are done and you are hungry, go to the diner and enjoy a shake of hot dog. Look up when there, you will see some pretty cool old bikes, riding toys, and Pee Wee Herman's bicycle.

1  Thank donnaplocharczyk
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