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America's Packard Museum

If you are an automobile enthusiast, you should check out the America's Packard Museum in Dayton, Ohio. The museum has an amazing collection of Packards, from the 1920s to the present. You'll be amazed at the variety of these cars and the details that were used to build them. You can explore the museum at 420 S Ludlow St, Dayton, OH 45402.

The Packard Museum is housed in a historic 1917 building that was once a Packard dealership. It features over 50 antique Packard cars from the years 1903 to 1937. There are also Packard marine engines and other museum items on display. While visiting the museum, you should plan to spend an hour or more.

The museum is open to the public and offers guided tours. The guides are knowledgeable and willing to share their expertise. If you are interested in learning more about Packards and their history, these guides are more than happy to help. While touring the museum, you'll get to see the original Articles of Incorporation, which was found at an automotive swap meet by Bob Signom's son.

If you are interested in the Packard history, you might want to stop by at the Packard Museum located in Dayton, Ohio. It is a small museum, but the collection includes over 50 cars. You can see some of the most important Packard models from the 1920s to the 1960s. Whether you're interested in the company's history, or just want to see the cars in action, the Packard Museum is a great place to visit.

The Packard Museum also offers rotating exhibits and special events. It covers the history of the Packard, as well as transportation and the history of the Packard brand. The museum also features a monument to former President William McKinley, who was a popular figure during his lifetime. The museum also features an interactive science center and a planetarium.

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