For a drive down memory lane or a ride through history, take the time to explore the Wells Auto Museum. Here you will find such classic cars as a 1946 Stanley Steamer (7.5 horsepower built in 1904), a Pierce Arrow, a Stutz Bearcat, a Model T, runabouts from 1900, a 1908 Baker Electric with the original working Edison batteries, a Chrysler Town & Country, a sleek 1935 Lagonda, a tiny 1908 Renault, and others including Rolls Royce, Avanti, Maxwell, Stutz, Metz, Cadillac, plus all the standards.
You can also see motorcycles, model cars, vintage bicycles, old auto signs, and a fantastic collection of nickelodeon machines that actually work. There are even the forerunners of the jukebox – old metal music boxes.
The entire collection is absolutely amazing and well worth the price of admission.