My first visit here was on the occasion of the opening of the Lincoln Motor Car Heritage Museum, which was only one of many events happening here. We enjoyed touring through the buildings and specialty museums dedicated to a wide variety of cars and their history. There has been much research done to inform the casual visitor as well as provide an interesting selection of artifacts, including vintage clothing, period advertising and the personalities behind the cars. We checked out the old gas station and the pedal car collection, too. The Gilmore is out in the country creating a peaceful and relaxed atmosphere. We ate in the old-style diner and enjoyed the simple food there. Each staff member we encountered was friendly and helpful. The gift shop offered a rather limited selection of items. This makes a pleasant day out for people of all ages.
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