Georgia Automotive Museums

Georgia is home to over 10 million people and covers an area of 59,425 mi². If you live in Georgia or find yourself visiting and have a fascination with the automotive world, there are six automotive museums to visit.

The museums are listed in alphabetical order and all of them are in or near the Atlanta metro with the exception of Savannah Classic Cars which is in beautiful downtown Savannah. You won’t be able to see all of these museums in one day, but it would be neat to cruise to them all at some point.

Each museum is a little bit different from the other and has its own flare.  If you’ve been to any of these museums let us know what you thought.

Georgia Racing Hall of Fame

Georgia Racing Hall of Fame

The GRHOF is not just a museum. It is the history, heritage, and future of the sport we love here in Georgia. Tickets are available on site. Admission: Adults: $6 Seniors: $5 Children $2 6 and Under FREE For a keepsake to remember your visit to the GRHOF, shop for souvenirs, t-shirts, key chains, die-casts, video, books and much more. So friends and relatives will know you have stopped by to visit mark you visit with a permanent brick displayed on the path to the front entrance to the GRHOF with your name or in memory of a special occasion or person. 10:00am – 5:00pm Monday through Saturday 1:00pm – 5:00pm Sunday 416 Hwy 53. Dawsonville, GA 30534 Phone: 706.216.7223
Miles Through Time Automotive Museum

Miles Through Time Automotive Museum

Miles Through Time is a “co-op style, living automotive museum.”   Displays are provided by people in the community storing their beloved classic and exotic vehicles as well as two-wheeled favorites. Or they’ve been donated to the museum or have been temporarily loaned to the museum.

General Admission is only $10. Kids 6-12 $6 and kids under 6 can enter the museum for free with a paying adult. The museum is open daily from 10 to 5 inside of Vintage Garage Antiques. 583 Grant St. Clarkesville, GA 30523 Phone: 470-239-0199

Old Car City

Old Car City

Old Car City USA in White, Georgia contains the world’s largest known classic car junkyard. Visitors enjoy the beautiful vegetation of the deep south that intertwines with the hundreds of cars that reside in Old Car City. Old Car City started as a general store in 1931 and is still family owned and operated. Come enjoy the Old South environment, folk art, ghosts of beautiful classic cars, and much more. When you come, ask for the honorable Dean Lewis, distinguished mayor of Old Car City USA! Hours Wednesday through Saturday 9:00am – 4:00pm Admission: $25 for making or taking pictures, $15 if no pictures are taken. 3098 U.S. Hwy 411 White, Georgia 30184
Sparky's Machine

Sparky's Machine

The vehicles proudly displayed at our Museum are privately owned. Sparky’s Machines Auto Museum does not own the vehicles displayed in the Museum or on this website. All of the information used in preparing the vehicle descriptions was provided to the Museum by the vehicle owner. The Museum takes no responsibility for the accuracy of this information. If a guest requires further information, please contact us at one of the numbers below. We hope you enjoy your visit. Open Hours Monday-Friday 9:00-5:00 Saturday 9:00-2:00 Admission Adults $5 Children 11 and under free 1209 Nathan Blvd. Loganville, GA 30052 Phone: 770-401-7877


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Vehicle Storage

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



Those who gift or loan us vehicles, contextual artifacts, library, and archive items, or provide funds toward our operations, education, and collection maintenance.


Miles Through Time is the place to be for car shows, cruise-ins, and events - check our calendar for our upcoming events. If you want YOUR event held at MTT call to reserve your date.

Miles Through Time Automotive Museum is Growing!

Miles Through Time Automotive Museum is will have over 100 vehicles on display & will be one of the coolest event spaces in Northeast Georgia

Donated 1965 Mercury Comet

This 1965 Mercury Comet rolled off the assembly line at Ford’s Lorain, Ohio plant on October 20, 1964, onto a train bound for Ford's Jacksonville, Florida distribution center and ultimately to Stewart Lincoln-Mercury in Hollywood, Florida. Soon after, a Hollywood...

VinWiki Cheap Lambo

We need this Lamborghini in the museum! Ed Bolian from VinWiki, also known as the shrewd negotiator, and YouTube Star through VinWiki Stories and CarTrek has a $35k Lambo for sale. You can see the full listing HERE. Thanks to a partnership with SWAE, Ed is able to...

Georgia’s Car Museum Is Getting Even Better

One of Georgia’s best car museums is getting even better. The museum is growing & the entire experience will be better from the moment you arrive.

Ford Ghia Arioso Concept Car Donated to Car Museum

This one-of-a-kind Ford Ghia Arioso concept car was donated to the Miles Through Time Automotive Museum in Georgia by Dr. & Mrs. Al Morris.

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Adults $10
Kids 6-12 $6
Under 6 Free

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