America On Wheels Museum
- General admission to America On Wheels Museum
- See nearly 100 cars, bikes, motorcycles, trucks, and other American modes of transportation from throughout history
- Regularly changing exhibits keeps the collection fresh
- Museum is home to a classic 1950s diner, located on the second floor
5 North Front Street, Allentown, Pennsylvania 18102
About America On Wheels Museum
With a collection of nearly 100 bikes, cars, motorcycles, and trucks, this museum is a must-visit for transportation enthusiasts of all ages. Detailing the rich history of American innovation, the diverse collection ranges from historic, turn-of-the century carriages to the modern Segway. In between, you’ll see pristine examples of classic American cars, including a 1903 Ford Model A, a ’58 Impala convertible, and an assortment of Mack Trucks dating as far back as 1911. Not just for car buffs, there’s a rare Flying Merkle motorcycle, an antique high wheel bicycle, and other two-wheeled rides on display as well. The second floor of the museum hosts a different rotating exhibit every six months, so there’s always something new to see.
This museum is a class act. Very high quality displays with many great cars, motorcycles and trucks. The museum lays out the history of transportation, so you learn about route 66, the Pennsylvania Pike, and other great roads…They have regularly revolving displays; when I visited they had almost a dozen 1940s to 1950s vintage woodies - some Chryslers, Chevys, Mercs, Fords and Chevys... Highly recommended.