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Lane Motor Museum, Nashville

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#8 of 30 in Museums in Nashville
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Claiming the largest collection of European cars and motorcycles in the United States, Lane Motor Museum offers visitors a chance to discover the history behind the development of some of the world's most unusual and innovative vehicles. You can explore over 300 models including propeller-powered vehicles, microcars, amphibious vehicles, and three-wheeled cars. Don't miss the exhibit featuring the largest collection of Czechoslovak cars outside Europe, including 13 vehicles made by Tatra--one of the world's oldest automobile manufacturers. The motorcycle gallery displays vintage and modern European bikes, as well as several Japanese-made scooters. Check online for upcoming events and special exhibits. Take a look at our Nashville trip planner to schedule your visit to Lane Motor Museum and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • Interesting cars. Felt like you were looking at full sized HotWheels! A lot of brands I wasn’t familiar with. The coolest thing was the LARC outside, just wished we could walk inside or even beside... 
    Interesting cars. Felt like you were looking at full sized HotWheels! A lot of brands I wasn’t familiar with. The coolest thing was the LARC outside, just wished we could walk inside or even beside...  more »
  • This place has the most unusual collection of cars (and other stuff!) that we had ever seen in one place. I thought we could get around this place in an hour or so but you should allow at least 2... 
    This place has the most unusual collection of cars (and other stuff!) that we had ever seen in one place. I thought we could get around this place in an hour or so but you should allow at least 2...  more »
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  • This is one of the best museums I've been to in a long time. I haven't always been into cars or automotive, but I couldn't stop smiling in this museum. I love seeing the classic cars, especially the limited production makes and models. The cars from the Highway Aircraft Association really stood out to me. This is a motor museum, so they also have Aircraft and Motorcycles and Lightweight Experimental cars and bikes, so I really enjoyed that aspect of it as well. Check out the middle-seat drivers, vans that look like airplanes, and other really cool exhibits! There are also some display cases and archives, but we didn't have time to go through the archives this time. There's even a truck with a S-10 engine that was made to look like a Hot Wheels Toolbox! I enjoyed every part of this museum. We were visiting family in Nashville and looking for things to do, and this was the perfect idea. We had a really good time! Thanks! 5 Stars, you should come check this out!
  • Good clean fun! Play area will keep the kids safely occupied for a long time. An incredible, charming combination of beautiful, rare, unusual, and genuinely ill-advised vehicles. And only $12 per adult with kids 5 and under completely free. We killed an hour and a half and loved it. The bike section is amazing too! I honestly hope to return one day when my kids are older.

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