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Temporarily closed for renovations until further notice

Museum Hours – Closed for renovations

Open Every Tuesday 1:00-4:00, first Saturday of the month 11:00-4:00.

No admission charge. Donation box located at entry door.

Museum business office hours, Mon-Fri 9:00-5:00

The Stahls Automotive Foundation

Created to build an appreciation for history. Our mission is to educate, motivate and inspire young people with a passion and appreciation for vintage vehicles and help them to understand their contribution to the development of the car industry as well as their impact on society, history and everyday life.

Automobiles
Automobiles
The Stahl Museum has over 80 cars on display ranging from the 1886 Daimler prototype to the muscle cars of the 1960s with special emphasis on the great cars of the 1930s and 1940s, a period of style and constant evolution.
Music Machines
Music Machines
The Stahl Museum is home to a number of restored and operational automated musical instruments dating from the early 20th century. See and hear the gigantic Mortier 97 key dance organ built in Belgium in 1922.

Gas Pumps, Signs & Memorabilia
Gas Pumps, Signs & Memorabilia
The Stahl collection contains decades of gas pumps along with porcelain steel and neon signs from the 1920s, 30s, 40s, and 50s. Step back in time in a full-size diorama of a Big Boy restaurant where you can sit in a booth or at the counter and listen to the jukebox playing your favorite 50s hits!

Our Reviews

    review rating 5  Amazing place to visit. You may have never known it was even there, but take a couple hours and walk around and marvel at the history of automobiles and some mechanical apparatus. Bring the kids, bring the camera, it's free, but donate anyway. There is something for everyone here.

    thumb Shaun S
    3/07/2020

    review rating 5  Incredible cars. 2nd time I went for veterans day. Really neat program they put on. The organ is awesome.

    thumb Trevor Thomas
    11/15/2018

    review rating 5  This is one of the best kept secrets in Michigan. A great collection of old cars and antique music players. The staff is very friendly and will demonstrate the players for you and answer any questions you may have. Admission is free, there is a donation box to help support the museum

    thumb Rodger Bird
    3/04/2019

    review rating 5  Great place for a family outing of all ages. The old cars were great, however I loved the old music machines the best. This is place is just amazing.

    thumb Tiffany R. McCants
    10/05/2019
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