Museum hours: Wed - Sat 10am - 4pm | Sun Noon - 4pm (except holidays)
Last ticket sales at 3pm
All exhibits are wheelchair and stroller accessible
Call: 610-432-4200
Children 5 & under FREE & 12 & under are FREE on Sunday’s

Welcome to America On Wheels

  • Current Exhibit: Supercars and Guitars
  • Hubcap Cafe
    Hubcap Cafe Serving Ice Cream Cones, Milk Shakes, Hot Dogs & Soda Floats.
  • Holiday Train Exhibit - November 28 – January 3, 2015

Safety Square presents Children’s Discovery Hour

America On Wheels : February 20, 2015 3:18 pm : News

Sunday, March 8

Children will discover the museum through a museum scavenger hunt and learn about road safety.
The vision of Safety Square is to provide citizens of all ages a venue to learn how to be safer when walking, riding wheeled vehicles, driving or riding in cars, trucks or buses.

MOVIE SATURDAY

America On Wheels : February 19, 2015 2:18 pm : News

Saturday, March 14
1:00pm

Showing “The Gumball Rally” starring Michael Sarrazin & Raul Julia. Movie FREE with museum admission.

Fast Cars and Rock n’ Roll

America On Wheels : February 17, 2015 12:00 pm : News

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERACURRENT EXHIBIT: Supercars and Guitars
What is a Supercar? Is it a quick costume change in a phone booth or maybe an encounter with a radioactive car wash? The museums latest exhibit, Supercars and Guitars, will celebrate the Supercars; metal horsepower machines from manufacturers such as Porsche, Lamborghini and McLaren, plus many others you may be seeing for the first time. Supercars are all about exotic engines, eye-popping acceleration, and breathtaking design.

Exhibit Chair, Alan Gross, secured 15 Supercars for this unique exhibit. Naming a few are: 2005 Jaguar XKR, Lamborghini Countach, 1996 Dodge Viper GTS Coupe, 2011 Audi R8, 2012 Mercedes SLS Gullwing, Porsche GT2RS, 2005 Lotus Elise, 2012 Lamborghini Performante and more!

Guitars On display: D-18P Martin Guitar w/Elvis Presley Leather Cover Serial #1517411. In 2001, Martin commissioned Charles Underwood to replicate the original leather cover that he made for Elvis Presley’s Martin Dreadnought in the mid-1950s. Three subsequent limited edition models were licensed with Elvis Presley Enterprises and offered in 2008 and 2009, all offered with the leather cover motif.

Exhibit will be on display through March 2015.