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

The museum is closed for the season.

We will reopen in May 2019!


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

Getting ready for our 2019 opening May 18th.
vid: @Trent Sherrill Photography Traditional Rod & Kulture Illustrated
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Is Red Alert in for another year?

What a cool looking place

Travelled from Ireland and went here 2 yes ago ,it's amazing ,just amazing , excellent work done by all.

Nice love the yenko very nice car mr Shanner

Whole lotta horse power there....

I wonder who's '70 Yenko Deuce...🤔 Ammon R Smith sold 3 Yenko Deuce Novas, including a Forest Green 4 speed - Scott S's car??

Michelle Parr you should bring the old guy to this. It’s right by us he switching the cars out seasonally. Pretty neat.


Well worth the time to see👏

Looking to it again

Awesome place

Wayne, might be a nice bike ride on a warm day.

Can’t wait!

Tomas Molina we checa restaura uno así!!

Cassio Bronzoni Cacalo Vivaldi

Gisela Camila

Mike Shingara III

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In the News

RED ALERT, now in the museum, tearing up some rubber in 1991 at the Great Lakes Dragway!

Sell “POWER” in 1966. Chevy big block 396 cubic inch engine is described in a marketing training film for Chevrolet salesmen.

WNEP’s (channel 16) Home and Garden Show aired a segment on Saturday, January 30, 2016 showcasing the amazing collection of vintage cars and memorabilia housed in the Eagles Mere Auto Museum!

The McMullen ’32 Roadster was the most iconic Hot Rod in history. There were only a few made and one has a home in the museum. Listen to it’s colorful history in this video!

A place in Sullivan County allows you to look at a piece of your past. Mike Stevens traveled the Pennsylvania Road and found a sure fire winner from years gone by. February 17th, 2016.

For both Auto and Air Museums:
Adults $8
Families with children under 17: $18
Season Passes Available: $25

For questions or Group Tours by Appointment: Call 570-946-5800
or 570-220-2429
Free Parking

The museum is closed for the season.

See you in May 2019!

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