The Tallahassee Automobile Museum (TACM), is dedicated to showcasing historical automobiles and other automobile-related memorabilia. Also known as the Tallahassee Automobile and Collectibles Museum, the Tallahassee Automobile Museum is located in Tallahassee in Leon County, Florida.

The Museum features a collection of more than 140 automobiles, bicycles, motorcycles, boats and antique boating items, pedal cars, die-cast toy cars, Hit and Miss motors, brass cash registers, and other memorabilia such as spark plugs, can openers, and clocks. The collection includes beautiful vintage cars such as a 1931 Duesenberg Model J Double Cowl Phaeton Convertible, a 1955 Kayser Darrin Roadster, an 1894 Duryea, a 1948 Tucker, a 1911 Ford Model T, and three Batmobiles.

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The Museum was established in 1996 by DeVoe Moore with the aim of sharing his love and passion for automobiles and other vehicles and began with a small collection of just 15 cars. The Museum grew in leaps and bounds and had to move to a larger facility in 2007, in which it is housed today. The main museum building spans 100,000 square feet and houses two floors of mostly American automobiles and an excellent collection of Americana.

Two newbanquet halls with state-of-the-art technology can be found on the ground floor of the Museum, while two additional conference/meeting rooms are available on the second floor of the Museum. Several other banquet rooms catering for a variety of group sizes are also available to hire.

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The Tallahassee Automobile Museum features a diverse collection of 150 automobiles, ranging an 1894 Duryea, one of the oldest cars manufactured in the United States, to acustomized 2010 Camaro. The Museum also houses Abraham Lincoln's1860 horse-drawn funeral hearse and no less than three Batmobiles, including the original cars and Batskiboatused in the movies Batman Returns and Batman Forever. Other rare and unique cars in the collection include a 1931 Duesenberg Model J Double Cowl Phaeton Convertible, as well as steam-poweredvehicles, an amphibious vehicle, and 20 national champion cars.

The Museum's collection also contains a wealth of memorabilia and other items, such as outboard motors dating back to 1908, antique brass cash registers and golf collections, baseball card collections, Florida fishing lures, Native American artifacts, and Case knives. Smaller groups of items range of telephones and typewriters to pocket watches, slot machines, and baby bottles.

One of the Museum's best collections is that of Steinway pianos, which feature some of the most beautiful pianos in the country, including the Alma - Tadema Steinway, the Peace Piano, the Chihuly Art Piano, a reproduction of the 1913 White House "Gold" Piano.

The General Store exhibit is new to the Museum and is a Vintage General Store with authentic artifacts, old products, pricing and displays. The Native American Artifacts exhibit shows a collection of items from the Native American culture, such as wood carvings, spears, and arrowheads, various tools, adugout canoe, tomahawks, and beaded jewelry.

The collection of sports memorabilia is one of the Museum's unique treasures and features a wealth of vintage sports items, such as baseball cards, antique golf clubs, basketballs, baseball bats, magazines, and footballs.

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3.Plan Your Visit

Plan Your Visit  

The Tallahassee Automobile Museum is conveniently situated off Interstate 10 in Tallahassee and is open all year round from Monday through Sunday. Lunch-n-Tour programs are offered for groups of more than 35 people or more and feature a guided tour of the Museum followed by lunch in one of the banquet rooms.

The Tallahassee Automobile Museum features six banqueting halls for special events and functions, ranging from the 15,000 square foot Duesenberg Banquet Hall with a dance floor, state-of-the-art technology and a stage to the 2,500 square-foot Tucker Banquet Room, glass-enclosed on three sides with panoramic views.

Located in a separate building directly behind the museum, the Cord Banquet Rooms is 15,000 square feet in size and can seat up to900 people in a banquet-style setting, or 1,500 people in a theater seating layout.The Tucker and the Auburn Banquet Rooms are located on the top floor of the Museum and offer 2,500 square feet of space that can host up to 130 guests. These two identical rooms are enclosed by glass on three sides and offer beautiful panoramic views of the surrounding landscapes. The Cross Creek Banquet Room is located across the street from the Museum and features 5,000 square feet of space and stunning views from a private balcony overlooking the golf course.

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6800 Mahan Drive, Tallahassee, Florida 32308, Phone: 850-942-0137

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