over 100 years of automotive history

Our ever-changing, co-op museum features over 100 years of automotive history. Exhibits change weekly so there is always something new to see.
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Miles Through Time brings you a stunning, ever-changing collection of automobiles, memorabilia, signage, and art.

Miles Through Time is a co-op style “living” automotive museum is moving to Clarkesville, GA. Displays are privately owned by people in the community showcasing their beloved automobiles and memorabilia for everyone to enjoy.

Automobiles on display have either been donated for display or are being stored by their owners.

The Museum

EVENTS

Miles Through Time is the place to be for events including monthly Cars and Coffee, Cruise-ins, Car Shows, Car Club Meetings, Private Events and more.

If you want to hang out with other car enthusiasts and see some of the coolest cars around then Miles Through Time is the place for you. We love bringing together car lovers with our wide range of car-centric events.

Check our calendar for details on our upcoming events.

If you want YOUR event held at Miles Through Time contact us to check availability and reserve your date.

There is always something new at Miles Through Time!

Vehicle Storage

Your car is a piece of history.

It’s time to treat her like a true piece of art.

We offer secure, indoor, climate-controlled storage. Your vehicle is displayed as an exhibit so others can safely enjoy your beauty when you’re not driving it.

KEEP COMING BACK

GET A MILES THROUGH TIME MEMBERSHIP

Unlike other museums where the same displays sit there year after year, Miles Through Time’s change weekly…which means more opportunities for you to see more cars. Come back again and again with a membership.

SO WHAT’S THE STORY HERE?

Miles Through Time started with a little boy’s dream of a pink Caddy that sat covered in his grandpa’s shop.  Check out Co-Curator and Founder, Sean Mathis’ amazing story of creating this car lover’s dream.

We can’t wait to see you at miles through time

WE ARE CLOSED FOR THE SEASON

We are currently in the process of moving the museum to our new location and plan to reopen in the spring of 2020.  Sign up for our newsletter and follow us on Facebook to stay up to date.