Gasoline Alley Museum is a celebration of industrial design illuminated by a storyline that follows the far-reaching social changes that resulted from the introduction and popularization of the automobile. The two-story museum contains thousands of automobile memorabilia items, most dating from before the Second World War.
Local businessman Ron Carey generously donated the items to Heritage Park so that they could be put on display for public enjoyment, while being properly maintained. The artifacts displayed at the museum date from the turn of the 20th century to the 1950s and include vintage vehicles, unique gasoline pumps and many products and signage from a host of petroleum companies. Most of the items on display in Gasoline Alley Museum were painstakingly restored by Mr. Carey and his staff.
Monday: Closed (Except holiday Mondays)
Tuesday - Sunday: 10am to 4pm
General (16 - 64): $11.00
Child (3-6): $5.70
Youth (7-15): $7.00