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Lane Motor Museum, Nashville

4.8
#8 of 28 in Museums in Nashville
Specialty Museum · Hidden Gem · Museum
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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  • A quick Uber ride from most places. This place is a Nashville gem. I am admittedly a car guy, but my wife and her friend enjoyed it even more. An outstanding collection of vehicles from around the...  more »
  • Took my grandfather for his birthday and my 3yr old son tagged along. Great car museum with lots of space to wander around. Cars, trucks, bikes, motorcycles and several random vehicle types litter...  more »
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  • One of the finest motor museums I have visited. One of a kind private collection, many of which have been restored in-house to near new condition. Only Gateway Motor Museum and Barber Motor Sport Museum come close. Over 550 vintage vehicles. A must-see-before-you-die venue.
  • This museum ranks amongst the best we’ve been to. Cars are grouped under the national flags of their country of origin. Interesting stories involving the car’s histories and owners are posted beside the cars and shared by museum caretakers. Below the main floor are even more cars in various states of renovation. Rides and demonstrations of the vehicles are scheduled at various times. We spent 4 hours here but could have enjoyed several more. One amazing auto museum. We will be back!

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