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Museum Programs

Win a 1964 Corvette Sting Ray!

Enter Today for a Chance to Win a Numbers Matching 1964 Corvette Sting Ray Convertible! READ MORE

Cars & Coffee - August 20th
Free

Join hundreds of regional car owners and fans for this family-friendly event. Bring your favorite care and enjoy the best local coffee that Auburn has to offer. Cars and Coffee is free and open to all vehicles including: classic, exotic, muscle, and favorite car. READ MORE

Art of the Automobile: Museum Benefit & Celebration
Tickets $150 per person

The Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum is celebrating the art, design, and legacy of the automobile along with the official grand opening of the new permanent E.L. Cord Gallery during its annual benefit and celebration, which is a must attend event for all! READ MORE

The Gatsby Gala Ball
$35 for Museum Members, $50 for non-members, $300 for Table of 8

Grab your dancing shoes and your flapper dress to dance the night away!  Live big band music, cash bar, and heavy hors d’oeuvres are all part of the fun of the Gatsby Gala Ball! READ MORE

If These Cars Could Talk: 1909 McIntyre 251 Truck
Free with Admission

Museum Curator, Sam Grate, invites you to join him in a series of monthly car-side presentations featuring different automobiles from our galleries. READ MORE

Cars & Coffee - September 17th
Free

Join hundreds of regional car owners and fans for this family-friendly event. Bring your favorite care and enjoy the best local coffee that Auburn has to offer. Cars and Coffee is free and open to all vehicles including: classic, exotic, muscle, and favorite car. READ MORE

If These Cars Could Talk: 1948 TASCO
Free with Admission

Museum Curator, Sam Grate, invites you to join him in a series of monthly car-side presentations featuring different automobiles from our galleries. READ MORE

October 9th – Curatorial Spotlight. Unique Cords

From prototypes to production, this presentation looks at a number of unique Cords, including those built as a one-off model. From the lost speedster to the painstakingly restored Cord Experimental, each Cord will be described in detail.   READ MORE

If These Cars Could Talk: 1915 Studebaker
Free with Admission

Museum Curator, Sam Grate, invites you to join him in a series of monthly car-side presentations featuring different automobiles from our galleries. READ MORE

Automobile Art: Learn from a Pro
$25

Join us for a unique art experience as you learn how to draw automobiles from a real automobile designer!Brian Baker, current Director of Collections and Education at the National Corvette Museum, will be leading a lesson on how to draw automobiles like the designers do! READ MORE

If These Cars Could Talk: 1916 Westcott
Free with Admission

Museum Curator, Sam Grate, invites you to join him in a series of monthly car-side presentations featuring different automobiles from our galleries. READ MORE

December 11th – Curatorial Spotlight Alan Huet Leamy: Creator of Classics

Alan Leamy was one of the best-known designers of automobiles in the Classic Era. From the Cord L-29 to the Auburn Speedsters, he penned automobiles that continue to inspire today. READ MORE