The Branson Auto Museum was purchased by Mr. Maurice F. Wilder in 2011 after he fell in love with a car at the museum and purchased it. The museum was originally opened in May of 2009 as a purpose-built museum dedicated to the appreciation and preservation of historic automobiles. In February of 2012, a devastating tornado destroyed the museum, but it was rebuilt to be even bigger and better than before! It is now a 90,000 square foot building, with one-half being dedicated to classic & antique automotive history, and the other half to farming implements and equipment history. Most of the vehicles are for sale, and new, interesting cars and tractors are always being added to the collection! This museum features over 100 cool cars inside and 15-20 outside. Museum cars and inventory change regularly, so be sure to come back when you return to the area.
Call 1-800-4BRANSON (800-427-2676) for more information.