300+ classic and muscle cars—including Hollywood showstoppers such as the Batmobile—in five showrooms
About This Deal
Cars have been mankind’s primary source of transportation since horses got sick of stopping a block away so mankind could look cool in front of his friends. Learn more about auto history with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $11 for a museum visit for two (up to a $23.90 value)
- $20 for a museum visit for four (up to a $47.80 value)
Military members in uniform and children younger than 5 are admitted for free. Trolley tours are not included with this Groupon, but tickets can be purchased for an additional fee.
Volo Auto Museum’s rates fluctuate throughout the year.
About Volo Auto Museum
In 1848, dairy cows grazed on the 30 acres that now host the Volo Auto Museum’s five showrooms. The mooing of heifers has given way to the imaginary roar of 200 collector cars and 100 gleaming autos that once graced movie and television sets—including a Batmobile from the 1966 TV series, a Herbie from the latest movie, and one of the first General Lees. After ogling the television and movie collection, guests can wander among vintage and antique vehicles and reminisce about the days when we still had to go places in person.
Nearby, the military exhibit’s realistic scenery surrounds vehicles ranging from a WWII BMW motorcycle with sidecar to a 1967 Bell helicopter shot down in Vietnam. After examining older artillery and artifacts, visitors can gaze at cases holding items retrieved from Saddam Hussein’s palace and from captured Iraqi soldiers. Those below driving age can explore kids’ attractions, including SpongeBob’s boatmobile.
Guests will walk a total of seven miles of aisles in order to see all of the exhibitions in vast showrooms and antique malls. Seating areas are conveniently located along the paths including three small theaters are frequently used for entertaining and rest during the tour. Show Biz Pizza offers food necessary to regenerate after exhausting venturing. Visitors can also enjoy being entertained by an animatronic pirate show in the parlors from 1980’s.