Winter (January - March) Wed. – Sat. 10am-4pm* Sunday Noon-4pm. Last ticket sale 3pm.
Summer (April - December) Tues. – Sat. 10am-5pm*Sunday Noon-5pm. Last ticket sale 4pm.
Hours may differ on Holidays. All exhibits are wheelchair and stroller accessible.
Call: 610-432-4200 - (See Calendar of Events Below)
Children 5 and under FREE.

December 28th 12:30pm – 3:00pm Start the celebration early with the entire family at the Big Dipper New Year’s Eve Daytime party! Fun for everyone! -Little Wheeler’s Fun – White Wall Tires (donut fun) -Kid’s Activity Table -Enjoy being a Soda Fountain helper and make your own Sundaes -Hot Wheels Racing – for distance and more »

Entertainment 6-7pm – Tim Farrell, Fingerstyle Guitar Tim is an award winning composer, performer and educator who was selected the artist roster of Pennsylvania Performing Arts on Tour for 13 consecutive years. 7:30-10pm – Cunningham & Associates Is a rhythm and blues, rock n’ roll band led by former Bethlehem Mayor and Lehigh County Executive more »

November 9, 2014 11:00am – 4:00pm Driver Interviews, Autographs, Inductee Hall of Fame and more. Enjoy the memories of these two famous racetracks   -Racecar Display (outside) -Memorabilia -Driver Interviews & Autograph Session -Tours of America On Wheels Museum All racers invited! Click here here to register

Join Major Nathan Kline, a retired U.S. Air Force major, as he will be doing a presentation at America On Wheels to talk about his actions as a Bombardier Navigator on 65 bombing missions in Europe during World War II. Kline was nominated for the Presidential Citizens Medal, the nation’s second highest civilian honor. He more »

On December 20, come see the Mock Turtle Marionette Theatre Christmas Puppet Show at America On Wheels! A Christmas Elf Workshop will follow afterwards. Showtime: 11:00am (Reservations Suggested 610-432-4200 x14)  

October 26, 2014 1:00pm – 3:00pm Gather up your miniature ghost and goblins and head over to the museum for Trunk or Treating. Craft tables will be on site for decorating your own treat bag. Children up to 12 will enjoy a museum scavenger hunt as they scatter around the museum for goodies. All makes, models, years, more »

Clean out those closets and help support Big Brothers/Big Sisters. AOW will be hosting a clothing drive on Saturdays for the month of October. Drop gently used Men’s Women’s and Children’s Clothing, Shoes and Hats, Linens and Bedding off in the designated clothing boxes in the Museum and receive one FREE admission ticket to use more »

The term “Orphan Cars” refers to those built by manufacturers that have since stopped production and gone out of business. The products of once famous companies such as Pontiac, Mercury and Studebaker will appear alongside more infamous projects such as Delorean and Edsel. As a bonus within the exhibit, visitors will also view a group more »

October 4 from 11 – 2pm Join us in the Museum parking lot for a FREE outside event that teaches safety and safe preparations in both the home and your community. On site will be local fire fighters and fire trucks! Click here to view flyer.