Eaglesmere Auto Museum

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


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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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Eagles Mere Auto Museum

Memorial Day Cruise-InMay 26, 2:00pmEagles Mere Auto MuseumEagles Mere Auto Museum is proud to sponsor its "CRUISE INTO SUMMER" FIRST ANNUAL MEMORIAL DAY CRUISE-IN on Saturday, May 26, 2018 from 2:00 to 7:00. Rain date is Sunday, May 27, 2018.

Come on out to our museum and enjoy the classic cars both inside and out of the museum. Drivers will receive a ticket for entry into the museum for FREE

Enjoy the music provided by DJ Don of AM Flashback. Food will be provided by Scout Troop Crew #25. They are having their fundraising event to go to Alaska for a Jamboree!

Hope to see you there!

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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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