Mack Trucks Historical Museum
Please note: Mack Trucks Historical Museum has reopened using CDC guidelines for safety and social distancing. Masks are required. Please visit their website for further details.
The Mack Trucks Historical Museum in Lehigh Valley, Pa. is the repository of historical documents and artifacts from Mack's long and storied history as the leading American truck manufacturer and world-renowned brand name.
Among the antique vehicles in the museum's collection is one of the original sightseeing buses built by Jack and Augustus Mack in the first decade of the 20th century. The gas-operated, open-air bus carried up to 26 tourists at a time around the streets and sights of Chicago in the summer and New Orleans in the winter for 25 years and more than a million miles of service before returning to Mack as the anchor of its antique truck collection.
For many visitors, the museum's real treasures aren't made of steel at all, but of paper and celluloid. There are more than 80,000 photos in the collection, many dating back to 1905. Mack has records for nearly every chassis it manufactured since 1905, all of which are filed here.
Popular Topics Visitors Like to Research
- What year did the Mack AC model debut?
- When was the first Mack diesel engine produced?
- What were the features on the Freedom Series trucks in 1987?
- When did Mack adopt a bulldog as its mascot?
- What model Mack fire truck did my town have in 1936?
- When did the All-American Sales Promotion begin?
In addition to being the authority on all things Mack, the Mack Trucks Historical Museum also restores and preserves vintage Mack trucks and memorabilia for all to enjoy.
Hours of Operation
The museum is open Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. (last tour starts at 3 p.m.) Museum is closed Tuesdays, Thursdays, and weekends.
Visitors of all ages are welcome to participate in a tour. Each tour is limited to 10 or fewer people. If you have more than 10 people, your group will be divided into multiple tours. Tours consisting of more than 10 people are required to make a reservation. Smaller groups will be slotted into the next available tour time. The Museum is wheelchair accessible.
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