Accomack-Northampton Antique Car Museum
Parksley, VA
(757) 665-6161

Features: More memorabilia than cars, but the facility does boast a 1922 Durant, a 1935 Auburn and a 1956 Thunderbird among other models.

Car and Carriage Caravan Museum
Luray Caverns
970 U.S. Highway 211 West
Luray, VA 22835
(540) 743-6551

Features: Horse-drawn carriages, coaches, wagons, and early automobiles show the progression of transportation. The collection includes an 1840 Conestoga wagon, a 1892 Benz, a 1908 Baker Electric, a 1913 Stanley Steamer, and Rudolph Valentino’s 1925 Rolls Royce. You must purchase an admission to the Luray Caverns to get into the museum.

Eavers Classic Cars and Collectibles Museum
Staunton, VA
(540) 337-1126  
Features: Displays more than 20 classic cars, including a genuine 1965 Shelby AC Cobra, Elvis Presley’s last Cadillac, and a 1959 Devin sports car.

Fred's Car Museum
Highway 24 East
Appomattox, VA 24522
(434) 352-0606
Features: More than 65 classic and antique automobiles made from 1906 to 1980 are on display under one roof.

Glade Mountain Museum
6711 Lee Highway
Atkins, VA 24311
(276) 783-5678
Features: Cars, blacksmithing equipment.

Jumbo Antique Fire Engine Museum
500 North Augusta Street
Staunton, VA 24401
(540) 332-3886
Features: This facility is home to the last remaining 1911 Robinson Chemical Fire Engine. The museum, founded in 1982, houses a collection of fire service items, some from the Civil War era.

Luray Caverns Car & Carriage Caravan Museum
970 U.S. Highway 211 West
Luray, VA
(540) 743-6551
Features: The museum is an exhibit of milestones in transportation, including authentically restored cars, carriages, coaches and costumes, dating from 1725 to 1941. The centerpiece of the collection is the 1892 Benz, one of the oldest cars in the country still in operating condition. Other highlights include a Conestoga Wagon, a 1908 Baker Electric, a 1913 Stanley Steamer, and Rudolph Valentino's 1925 Rolls Royce.

Morgan-McClure Motorsports Museum
26502 Newbanks Road
Abingdon, VA 24210
Features: Exhibits include the 1994 and 1995 Daytona 500 winners, as well as numerous other racing related exhibits. Features at the Museum include the Morgan-McClure Motorsports Race Team from the early years to the present. Other exhibits include a pictorial history of past drivers; past and present uniform display and pit equipment display.

Old Cranks Motor Car Museum
Galax, VA
(276) 236-5114
Features: This campground/ice cream shop/motoring museum has an unusual assortment of antique cars, including a one-cylinder Orient Buckboard, a Detroit Electric and a Stanley Steamer.

Roaring Twenties Antique Car Museum
Route 1, Box 576
Hood, VA 22723
(703) 948-6290
Features: Displays cover cars manufactured from 1900 to 1935, and include most major American marques as well as some seldom-seen ones such as the '52 Henry J seen here. Facility also is an antiques center.

U.S. Army Transportation Museum
Besson Hall
300 Washington Boulevard
Fort Eustis, VA 23604
(757) 878-1115
Features: Devoted to the history of U.S. Army transportation, from horse-drawn conveyances in the Revolutionary War to today's needs.

Virginia Museum of Transportation
303 Norfolk Ave SW
Roanoke, VA 24016
(540) 342-5670
Features: The museum displays cars and other vehicles from throughout the 20th Century. Although it is primarily focused on the railroad industry, it also has an aviation and aerospace section.

Wood Brothers Racing Museum Shop
21 Performance Drive
Stuart, VA 24171
(276) 694-2121
Features: This Patrick County facility, dedicated to one of the most successful racing teams in NASCAR history, is located 30 minutes from Martinsville Speedway. Wood Brothers Racing is one of the oldest continuously operating teams in NASCAR.

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