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Skip the Line: AACA Museum Admission Ticket

A proud affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution, AACA Museum, Inc. at Hershey allows visitors of all ages enjoy vehicle displays of cars, motorcycles, buses, and more from the 1890s to the 1980s. Hands-on interactive exhibits and our model train room are favorites for our younger visitors. Special featured exhibits allow flexibility to change the vehicles every few months allowing visitors to see something new each time they visit.  AACA Museum, Inc. is also home to the world's largest collection of Tucker Automobiles and related artifacts.
City: Hershey
Tue 16 Apr
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Starting at $17.00
Tue 16 Apr
Starting at $17.00
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What's Included
Vending area with snacks and beverages for purchase
Self-guided or guided tour
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Meeting point
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161 Museum Dr,
This ticket provides direct entry into the attraction
End point
This activity ends back at the meeting point.
Additional Info
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Infants and small children can ride in a pram or stroller
  • Service animals allowed
  • Public transportation options are available nearby
  • Infants are required to sit on an adult’s lap
  • Suitable for all physical fitness levels
What To Expect
AACA Museum, Inc.
The AACA Museum opened to the public in June of 2003 and is dedicated to the preservation of vintage automobiles and their vast history. The AACA museum offers hands-on activities for those of all ages. The museum, located in Hershey, PA, is world-renowned and offers exhibits from buses to motorcycles to cars to old bikes. The museum offers self-guided tours with gallery docents available for questions or further discussion. The large model train room, assembly line experience, and other interactive elements make it an excellent destination for all ages and interests. All three floors are completely accessible and the museum is easily located very close to other Hershey attractions. The Cammack Tucker Gallery showcases the world’s largest collection of Tucker Automobiles, experimental engines and other artifacts. Other exhibits include Whitney Houston's 1986 Rolls Royce Silver Spur factory Limousine; the Lakeland Bus from award-winning movie Forrest Gump; and From Roads to Rails Custom Model Train Display. The museum is open daily and offers complimentary parking.
Cancellation Policy
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours before the scheduled departure time.
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Reviews (38)
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Diana B
Sep 2022
Brought my car-guy boyfriend here for a date and he absolutely loved it. I did too, some exhibits were great and I can appreciate cool looking cars.
Sep 2022
We loved this place. Everyone was so extremely nice. The kids stayed entertained while we was there .
Sep 2022
I went there just because of a brochure at the hotel I was staying at that said they had a Tucker car which there were only 51 ever made and yo my surprise, they have three and one of them was the first off the line. They also have a wide collection of antique autos stretching from a turn of the 19th century Briggs & Stratton five wheeler to 1970’s and 80’s AMC cars. Included in that collection are two DeLorean cars with one of them being the prototype, a few Studebaker cars, and a few Hudson cars. They also have two buses, one from the Forrest Gump movie and one from the Speed movie which were all in excellent shape. They do have a large model railroad display and an extensive motorcycle collection. It really blew my mind away.

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