This past fall, a new addition to Bellevue Avenue opened and is a great place for those who love cars. The Audrain Automobile Museum has opened up near the Tennis Hall of Fame, with a vision to become one of New England’s most regarded automotive museums. It is a great place for car enthusiasts to visit, with ever changing exhibits that showcase their collection of over 112 rare and remarkable vehicles. The museum houses fully restored vehicles from the early 20th Century to today. Because all their vehicles are never displayed at once, each visit is a new experience.
Some vehicles in their current exhibition include: a 1929 Rolls-Royce Springfield Phantom I Brewster Ascot Phaeton, a 1930 Cord L29 Phaeton, a 1931 Lincoln Model K Convertible, a 1932 Rolls-Royce Phantom II Kellner Salamanca and more.
Adult tickets are $12 and their winter hours are from 1oam to 4pm. An annual membership can also be purchased and includes unlimited admission, access to member only events, two guest passes per year and a museum cap and shirt.