Some reviews were on the negative side. The museum was in renovation till this past June, with many autos not available. At present the entire museum is open, both floors.
Upstairs I counted 26 autos, 2 motorcycles and only four aircraft. About 60 autos in the lower level and 2 motorcycles. All autos are arranged separate, end to end or side by side. The total museum is well laid out.
I came across several autos I never heard of, so this was a history lesson for me. Good lighting for photography. Several staff members to answer any questions. If they didn't know any answer, they would ask another member for an answer. Also a small gift shop.
Parking is off Magnolia Street, just follow the street signs. $5.00 for any length of time. Parking is paid at admissions. A visitor well be given a token to be put in the unattended gate. Insert the token and gate will open up.
My visit lasted about 5 1/2 hours. This included recording what I photographed, talking with at least three staff members and a touring an attached mansion. The mansion tour is about 65 minutes. A visitor must sign up for mansion tour in the gift shop.
If a visitor enjoys autos from the 1890's (or before) up to the early 2000's, plan a visit. The museum will not disappoint. I recommend a visit.
Jack L., Syracuse, New York.
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