Museum hours: Tues - Sat 10am - 5pm | Sun Noon - 5pm (except holidays)
Last ticket sales at 4pm
All exhibits are wheelchair and stroller accessible
Call: 610-432-4200
Children 12 and under FREE each Sunday!

Welcome to America On Wheels

  • New Exhibit: Gone But Not Forgotten: Orphan Cars of the 1950′s to Today (1953 Desoto Pictured)
  • Hubcap Cafe
    Hubcap Cafe Serving Ice Cream Cones, Milk Shakes, Hot Dogs & Soda Floats.
  • 2009 Iacocca Mustang GT fastback coupe, one of only 45 produced
  • 1966 Mustang GT - Did you know the Mustang logo was sketched by Phil Clark while he was in Utah. He saw a heard of horses and was inspired.
  • See what hundreds of people have to say on TripAdvisor about America On Wheels.

Checkout who won at the 5th Annual Bulldog Beauty Contest Winners
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1922 Detroit Electric Car

1922 Detroit Electric Car of the Detroit Electric Car Company – Lender: David Bausch

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America on Wheels: A museum with a mission
When Wilson Arbogast and Morris Clinton Bastian set up shop in Allentown, Penn., back in 1887, little did they suspect that their hog slaughtering and meat packing plant that would later become one of the largest in the U.S. over its near century of history would some day morph into the city’s America On Wheels Museum – Pennsylvania’s leading institution celebrating over-the-road transportation.

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Driver Safety May 20 & 21 OR June 17 & 18

2-Day Initial Course
Must attend both days to receive certificate, registrations required by calling 610-432-4200 x10. Space is limited to the first 25 registrants, light refreshments will be served. Payment to be made the first day of class. Cost: $15.00 AARP Members $20.00 Non-Members