Packard Museum

 Founded in 1992 by long-time car collector Robert Signom II, the America's Packard Museum is located in an original Packard dealership building constructed in 1917. Although officially known by the name of the original dealership - The Citizens Motorcar Company - the museum has become known locally as "America's Packard Museum". 

The Citizens Motorcar Company is the world's largest Public Packard Automobile collection and the only restored Packard dealership operating as a museum. The museum features over 50 automobiles on display in the restored Art Deco showroom, service department and pavilion. In addition, significant artifacts from the Packard Motorcar Company are on display. The museum has become a popular destination for travelers and residents alike. The museum's neighborhood has been named Dayton's Motorcar District. 

Are you taking a tour of downtown Dayton by bike? Are you visiting or new to the area or a car enthusiast? Add the Packard Museum to your list of way points! 

Things to know

Open daily     Noon - 5PM

Adults $6, Seniors $5, Students FREE

Closed Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's Day



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