Adults and children can explore 20,000 square feet of classic cars including Shelby, Coca-Cola truck, and classic bikes
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Our ever-changing, co-op museum features over 100 years of automotive history.
Exhibits change often so there can be something new to see.
Miles Through Time Automotive Museum is located inside Vintage garage Antiques which is on the left side of the Old Clarkesville Mill. The Museum boasts over 100 years of automotive history, memorabilia, art, and unique historical exhibits you won’t find anywhere else.
Unlike other museums where the same displays sit there year after year, Miles Through Time changes often which means more opportunities for you to see more cars and more history. Memberships are available so you can come back again and again.
Miles Through Time is a nonprofit, “living” co-op-style automotive and history museum in Clarkesville, GA. Automobiles, memorabilia, and historical exhibits have all been donated or belong to those who support the museum and the historical preservation mission of Miles Through Time. This is not one man’s collection but a cooperative collection of dozens of supporters.
This unique exhibit style makes the museum ever-changing, unlike some museums and collections that may remain static for years. This is not the case here, as we are frequently changing and expanding our displays.
About Miles Through Time Automotive Museum
Miles Through Time is a “co-op style, living automotive museum.”
All of the displays are provided by people in and around the community. All of the exhibits you see are from people storing their beloved classic and exotic vehicles, as well as two-wheeled favorites. Or the vehicles or automotive memorabilia have been donated or loaned to the nonprofit museum.
The museum is about 20,000 sqft. and averages about 60 full-size vehicles on display. Plus, vintage bicycles, motorcycles, pedal cars, and over 5,000 model cars are on display. There are more than just cars to view in the museum including a whole town, a replica of the first Phillips 66 Station, and a Fountain shop.