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“A stunning showcase of functional fine art, where automotive history and engineering excellence converge in a breathtaking display.”

The Nethercutt Museum

Open for Self-Guided Tours
9:00 am – 4:30 pm Thursday, Friday and Saturday

The Nethercutt collection

Guided Tours Only – Advanced Reservations Required
Thursday, Friday and Saturday


The Nethercutt Museum will now be charging $5 for entry. In addition, the private tours will be changing from $10 to $20 per-person as well. With the rising prices of the current economic climate, it is important to us that we keep this facility alive and thriving to continue to show these world class automobiles & musical instruments to the public. Your contributions go toward preserving the Museum for future generations to come. This will go into effect July 1st, 2024. We thank you for your understanding.

Our Inventory

We invite you to experience the heart of our collection—over 250 American and European perfectly restored automobiles, along with a vast array of rare mechanical musical instruments and precious antique furniture.

1928 minerva convertible town car

1916 Packard Twin Six Town Car

1912 Alco 7-PASSENGER Touring

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Our Automobiles

“A breathtaking masterpiece of architecture and automobiles.” – David R. Holls, Retired Director of Design, General Motors

Our Facilities

The entire collection is housed in two beautifully appointed exhibit facilities, The Museum building and The Collection building along with a resplendently restored steam locomotive and railcar located behind Museum.

Grand Salon
Marble columns, crystal chandeliers, painted ceilings all make up this beautiful Grand Salon Showroom of the 1910’s, 20 and 30s. On display are approx. 30 of the finest automobiles of that era. Duesenbergs, Cadillacs, Isotta-Fraschini, Delahaye, Minerva, Renault, Maybach, many other European and American built automobiles.

Impressions of our valued guests

“Unlike most museums that are static, The Nethercutt Collection is truly kinetic, as all of the vehicles run, are driven regularly, and can be seen on the street as well as in the museum.”
– Jay Leno, TV Host and Car Enthusias

“This is the crown jewel of American Automobile Museums.”
– Phil Hill, America’s first Formula One Grand Prix Racing Champion and classic car collector

“J.B. Nethercutt has done more than any other collector to preserve the world’s greatest cars, establishing standards of restoration to originality that others have aspired to equal for decades.”
– Jules M. Heumann, Chairman, Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance