Eaglesmere Auto Museum

The Ultimate collection of American made cars and trucks from the 1950s and 1960s. Located in Eaglesmere, PA

Hours: CLOSED FOR THE SEASON.
SEE YOU AGAIN IN MAY 2018!

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Located in beautiful North Central Pennsylvania, the Museum showcases a pristine collection of over seventy-five cars and trucks from the 1950s and 1960s.

ChevyHardcorelogoThe gathering of cars and automobilia is but a small sampling of a collection that has turned into a destination spot for automotive enthusiasts. The Eagles Mere Auto Museum may be a small portion of one man’s dream collection of automobiles, but it gives you a chance to relax and remember days gone by.

-Randy Bolig, editor, chevyhardcore.com

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NEPA Cars and Coffee Spring Thaw 2018 at Quaker Steak And LubeApr 21, 2:00pmQuaker Steak and LubeWe're heading to Quaker Steak and Lube in Buckhorn for our Spring Thaw 2018 Cruise In!
Everyone is welcome to attend and Quaker Steak will have our area sectioned off for us again this year.
So dust off your beauty after this long winter and come on out and join us for a fun afternoon of checking out vehicles and getting a bite to eat! Nothing better than good food and great vehicles!
Everyone who attends please be sure to mention you are with the Cruise In when ordering food! Quaker Steak is giving us 10% off your meal! (alcoholic beverages NOT included)
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Admission
Auto Museum Only: Adults $6 Families with children under 17: $14
Both Air and Auto Museums: Adults: $8 Families children under 17: $18
For questions or Group Tours by Appointment: Call 570-946-5800 or 570-220-2429 Free Parking

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