Calling all car clubs, antique car lovers, history buffs, motor coach planners, and school groups!
Have you brought a group to northern Indiana lately? Well, we’ve got a treat for you! We’ve put an itinerary together that is sure to please.
Along Interstate 80/90 (the toll road) in northern Indiana several great auto museums await you. South Bend is “in the middle of it all” - we’re Studebaker, Notre Dame and a Whole Lot More! Home to a priceless collection of vehicles, artwork, archival material and artifacts spanning nearly 200 years, The Studebaker National Museum displays the first and last vehicles the corporation ever made and boasts the largest Presidential Carriage Collection in the world.
If you’re looking for a place to have your club’s car rally, meet, convention, swap meet or meeting - this is the place for you. South Bend’s Century Center is a perfect venue; the Center has successfully hosted car club conventions that include swap space, memorabilia shows, and breakout space for meetings and banquets.
Want to plan a tour of automobile museums?
If so, you won’t want to miss the other great attractions that northern Indiana and southern Michigan offer.
The Gilmore Car Museum is situated on 90-landscaped acres in rural southwest Michigan. Today, nearly 300 vehicles from all eras are displayed with a total combined collection of over 400 automobiles.
The Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum houses over 120 automobiles and related artifacts within the building that was once the International Headquarters of the Auburn Automobile Company.
The Early Ford V-8 Foundation Museum exists to collect, preserve, exhibit and interpret the history and heritage of the products manufactured by the Ford Motor Company between 1932 and 1953.