Boyertown Museum of Historic Vehicles
The Boyertown Museum of Historic Vehicles displays more than 90 cars, trucks, bicycles, motorcycles, carriages, and wagons built in Pennsylvania. These incredibly rare automobiles are displayed in the former factory building of the Boyertown Auto Body Works. The Museum also displays a 1921 cottage style gas station, a 1938 diner, and the original 1872 Jeremiah Sweinhart Carriage Factory.
Guided group tours are available with advance scheduling. Meeting space available. Self guided tours available seven days a week during regular business hours, 9:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. And, don't miss blacksmithing demonstrations every Saturday from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Free parking in a large parking lot at Third & Walnut Streets.
- Check out the 1872 Hill Car, one of the earliest cars ever built.
- A 1942 U.S. Marine Corps ambulance on display represents Boyertown's contribution to the war effort.
- Don't miss the most popular part of the Museum, the 1938 Reading Diner.
What to Know Before You Go
- Groups always welcome, but call ahead for guided group tours.
- Admission for visitors age 15 & under is free.
- Almost everything on display was built right here in Pennsylvania.
Visit their website for further details on safety practices.
- Free Parking:
- Group Friendly (10+):