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Abraham Lincoln's Hearse
 
Another Tallahassee Automobile Museum Exclusive

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Come See The Real Batmobiles ... And More
 
Our Batman Mobie Exhibit Now Features Batmobiles, Movie Memorabilia, And The Penguin's Duck Car

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The Best Place To Have Your Next Event
 
Host Any Size Event Here At The Museum

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See The Rare Cord
 
Along With Many Other Rare Automobiles From An Era Gone By

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Learn About The First Automobiles In America
 
Another Exclusive, The Second Automobile Ever In The U.S. On Display Now

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Rare And Unique Steinway Pianos
 
Come And See The Hand Crafted Steinway From The United States White House

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Take A Walk Down Memory Lane
 
No Matter How Old You Are, The Museum Is Guaranteed To Have Something For Everyone In The Family

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New Historic Boat Exhibit Open Now
 
We Are Proud To Introduce A Collection Of Original Hand Crafted Boats Throughout American History

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Been A While? Then You've Missed A Lot...
 
The Collection Is Always Growing And Changing. It's Never The Same Experience Twice!

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The Tallahassee Automobile Museum has just opened it's new 15,000 square foot Cord Banquet Facility capable of seating up to 1500 people with full kitchen and media facilities. Click here to learn more.

The Tallahassee Automobile Museum has been awarded the coveted "#1 Thing To Do in Tallahassee, Florida!" by US News & Travel. "This awesome exhibit is a must for many... 

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Aug 2014

Luke Bryan Coming October 3, 2014

Written by Mary Graddick

Luke Bryan 2014


Click here for Ticket Information


TICKETS ARE NOT AVAILABLE AT THE MUSEUM


We're excited to host the Luke Bryan Farm Tour again this year! The concert is scheduled for October 3 at Cross Creek Place (in the pasture near the Museum off I-10 Exit 209-A). Please read the information below if you are interested.

PLEASE DO NOT CALL THE MUSEUM FOR INFORMATION! The only information we have is noted below.

*Information is available ONLINE ONLY! See the Lukebryan.com/farmtour website --on the top of the page there is a tab FARMTOUR FAQ, this will answer most questions.  Or refer to Luke Bryan Farm Tour 2014 Facebook Page. Please, do NOT call the Museum.

*Only General Admission tickets are available because the concert is in a pasture --NOT at the Museum. Parking IS available at the venue for $5/vehicle.  A parking pass is available with ticket purchase or may be paid at the parking gate. ALL must be purchased ONLINE ONLY!

*You may bring chairs or blankets to sit on, but they will only be allowed in designated areas in the back of the concert area.

*Tickets must be presented to enter parking area.

* NO COOKING OR GRILLS on the grounds.
*NO COOLERS ALLOWED in concert area.
*No Backpacks in concert area.
*No Outside Food or Drink in concert area.
*No Fireworks or Weapons of any kind.
*No Animals other than service animals.
*No Video Cameras or Professional Lens Cameras.
*Handicap parking in designated areas.
• NO GLASS ANYWHERE ON GROUNDS.

Parking Area will open at 1pm, Gates to Concert area will open at 4pm and the show is scheduled to start at 6pm. We have no idea who the opening act will be.

That's all we know! Buy your ticket online and enjoy the show!

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Top Rated Exhibits

  • Abraham Lincoln's Hearse Carriage
  • 1893 Duryea
  • 1931 Duesenberg Model J Double Cowl Phaetom Convertible
  • First Dodge Viper To Roll Off The Assembly Line
  • The Steinway White House Piano
  • The Batmobile And Batman Movie Memorabilia
  • Antique Pocket Knife Collection
  • Oldest Existing Known American Automobile
  • DeVoe's Book Collection
  • Antique Brass Fan Collection
  • Adding Machine Exhibit
  • Brass Cash Register Exhibit
  • Original Shelby Series 1
  • 1911 Ford Model T Torpedo Run About
  • 1955 Kayser Darrin Roadster
  • 1948 Tucker Torpedo

From The Founder

This museum collection has been assembled and displayed for your personal enjoyment. The collection has been made possible by an individual living and working under a democratic government that allowed and encouraged a “Free Enterprise” system that worked for all people. This was a celebrated time during the 1960’s, 70’s, and 80’s.

Unfortunately, the 1990’s ushered in the era of the political bureaucrat (an official who works by fixed routine without exercising intelligent judgment). The political bureaucrat of the 1990s has left us a legacy of a decayed free enterprise system. Under the free enterprise system of the 1960's, students and businesses did not require as much financial help and were even blessed with the opportunity to work, earn and pay their own way. Indeed, this collection was provided by an individual who started with nothing, received nothing, and worked his way through Florida State University as a Farrier (i.e., blacksmith).

Today as you enjoy these treasures of an era gone by, we invite you to ask yourself this question:

“Under the oppressive constraints, rules and regulations forced on us by the 1990’s political bureaucrats, can “We the people” achieve the goals and regain the freedom outlined in the Constitution of the United States of America that is so vital to our existence in a healthy free enterprise system?"