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I do not like to pay to see Edsels, '59 Cadis and tri-fives. I will pay to see not one, but 2 Tuckers, a Studebaker electric " congressional bus, a Carroll, a Grant and more automobilia than one can take in in one visit. The...More
We stopped for an event here and wow what an awesome collection of cars and other automobile items. The staff is very friendly and informative. They have some amazing items and cars I didn't even know existed. It's an educational must see. And by the...More
Holy cow, this place has incredible displays! Not only are there one-of-a-kind cars but also license plates from around the U.S. and the world, old tools, company emblems, Jim Beam car-shaped decanters, and more. The cars are in amazing condition and each has an informational...More
My wife and I decided to make a day trip for our anniversary. So we looked for cool places to check out. She found the Swigart Museum and off we went. (about an hour and a half drive for us) With close to 30 collectable...More
This is a must see for any lover of auto memorabilia especially old cars and licence plates! I've never seen so many nearly complete plate collections in one place, from the early years to mid-century or later.
We were fortunate to have the museum to ourselves and Jace gave us a wonderful tour. He was a wealth of information and it made it much more fun to get the stories and history of the wonderful antique and exotic vehicles, including Herbie the...More
Looked like a small museum but pleasantly surprised. Was given a personal informativs tour/history of the collection. I wish I remembered the woman’s name but she was great. Kids (7 and 12) did fine with the presentation and she kept them entertained enough with what...More
Although small, the Swigart museum rests in rural Pennsylvania and has true depth in automobile history. From the Tuckers to the early cars like the Brush there is history all around you. Spend time looking through the small items like license plates, pedal cars and...More
How can we describe what a hidden gem this very nondescript museum is in rural Pennsylvania? Not only are there historic vintage automobiles on display, but there are historic cars on display ... from the movies “Tucker” and “Herbie the Love Bug”.
The Swigart collection...More
This is a small museum for sure but, the amount of auto industry in this place is truly amazing. They possess the 5th "Tucker" prototype!! This is a feat for a small town museum as only ~ 50 were every made as Chevrolet and Ford...More