The exhibits change every two years, so there are always new stories being told that delight and engage visitors of all ages and interests. The goal is to highlight the important role of the automobile in the larger story of America at the turn of the last century.

Curatorial staff spend months researching and writing about the interesting and unusual history that took place in the United States in the early 1900s. Innovations of the time included changes to the automobile so that it was no longer a novelty for wealthy enthusiasts, the availability of every day household objects that we can’t envision our lives without now, and social and economic upheaval created the foundations for our society today. Through this research, the Museum aims to reach a broad audience, offering something of interest for everyone who visits.