The 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 40,000 sqft. and averages about 100 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.
Donated exhibits in the museum are the only permanent and constant displays.
Everything else constantly changes so each visit to MTT is fresh, fun, and exciting. If you would like to temporarily loan items to display, you can complete the Loan Agreement Form HERE.
*All items must be approved by the museum.
You never know what you’ll see this time.
We also have clothing, coffee mugs, color books, and more at the museum gift shop.
Click the Loan Agreements below and complete them online and email them back to firstname.lastname@example.org
General Admission is $15. Kids 6 to 12 are $6 and kids under 6 can enter the museum for free with a paying adult.
This is a self-guided tour and visitors are not permitted to touch any of the vehicles on display unless a docent is there to assist with specific museum-owned vehicles.
Why do we charge admission?
Glad you asked. We are a nonprofit automotive museum and many of our exhibits have been loaned to us for everyone to enjoy. Our number one concern is ensuring the safety of our exhibits and ensuring we can stay open to let visitors see our revolving exhibits. The minimal admission we charge to enter the museum is how we can help protect our exhibits and continue to make improvements to the museum.
The museum changes often. Vehicles come and go, and automotive-related items are constantly being added. We are new and continually striving to make visiting the museum better.