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EVERY TUESDAY 1:00pm – 4:00pm



MON-FRI 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

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Donation box located at the entry door and on main floor

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(use New Baltimore for GPS)

Free Parking

Handicap parking is available and the museum is wheelchair accessible

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Groups, Schools, & Private Events

School/Senior Living tours

Our mission includes educating, and we’re eager to collaborate with educators in showcasing history through our collection. Our education tours, lasting up to 2 hours, are complimentary and available on Mondays, Wednesdays through Fridays, concluding by 5:00 pm. We’re flexible and willing to tailor programs to align with classroom curriculum. Additionally, we offer engaging scavenger hunts for students. Adult care centers and Senior Living Centers are also encouraged to book these enriching tours.

Private events

Escape the monotony of banquet halls and sterile conference rooms! Elevate your next meeting or corporate event by hosting it at Stahls Auto Collection and leave your guests truly impressed. We offer customizable options ranging from guided tours to full-service catered events. Forget about arranging entertainment – we have that covered with the captivating tunes of the Mighty Wurlitzer organ, creating a memorable backdrop as your guests journey through automotive history. Reach out to Chloe for personalized assistance with all your event requirements.

Stahls Auto events

Beyond our regular operating hours, we curate exclusive events for the public’s enjoyment. On the 3rd Thursday of select months (October, November, January, February, and March), “A Night at the Museum” illuminates our neon signs, offering a unique viewing experience. Throughout June to August, our “Rockin’ Roll In Summer Cruise Nights” on Thursday evenings (excluding the 3rd Thursday) invite visitors to showcase their vehicles. In July, we proudly host a fundraiser for the Ted Lindsay Foundation, featuring special guests and extraordinary cars. Additionally, the Saturday before Veterans Day in November marks our Veterans Open House, honoring veterans and their supporters while fundraising for Guardian Angels Medical Service Dogs, Inc.

For further details, refer to the event calendar on our website. Feel free to reach out if you have any inquiries. We eagerly anticipate your presence at our upcoming events!


  • Do I need a ticket to enter?
    • You don’t need tickets unless specified for special occasions. We welcome donations and suggest exploring the experience first, then donating on your way out based on the value you found in it.
  • How long does it take to see the museum?
    • We recommend at least 1.5-2 hours, you can always return to see more!
  • How do I get there?
    • FROM DETROIT – Chesterfield is located approximately 50 minutes north of Detroit. I-94 E to Exit 247 for M-19 toward Richmond/New Haven, turn left on M-19 N/New Haven Road. 1.3 miles to 26 Mile Rd, turn left. 0.9 miles to N Bay Dr, turn left. Stahls Auto Collection is the 2nd building on the left.

      FROM PORT HURON – Chesterfield is located approximately 31 minutes south of Port Huron. I-94 W to Exit 248 for 26 Mile Road towards Marine City, turn right on 26 Mile Road. 2.5 miles to N Bay Dr, turn left. Stahls Auto Collection is the 2nd building on the left.

      Enter the following address for GPS: 56516 N Bay Dr, New Baltimore, MI 48051

  • How many cars are in the museum?
    • We generally keep close to 100 cars on the floor at a time. We rotate the cars on display so that each visit differs from the last.
  • Are the exhibited cars drivable?
    • Most of the cars are drivable and are in carefully restored condition. If a car is signed up for a show, careful preparation ensures it is in top condition to run and look beautiful.
  • Are visitors permitted to touch the cars?
    • We ask that you help preserve our collection by not touching the cars. This includes leaning against them, opening the doors or hood, or touching the cars while posing for pictures. Every touch, brush, or scrape leaves a mark on the car. Oil from fingertips can leave permanent marks on the metal and paint. However, we offer a few vehicles for visitors to sit in for photos. We ask that children are not left unattended in these vehicles and that no pedals, buttons, or switches are pressed. If unsure what vehicles you can sit in, please ask a staff member or docent. They may also be able to open a hood or door for you.
  • Are the bright colors and color combinations on the cars original?
    • Since color movies did not become popular until the late 1950s, most people don’t realize that cars of earlier years, especially 30s and 40s, were available in an array of colors. Many offered custom color choices to buyers.
  • Are visitors permitted to take photographs?
    • Yes, photography is encouraged in either still or video format. Feel free to take as many photos as you would like! However, the museum does not allow tripods, monopods, or selfie sticks to safeguard the collection and protect our visitors.  Photos are not to be sold in any format.
  • Who keeps the cars clean?
    • Our wonderful volunteer staff cleans, polishes, and vacuums the cars to get them ready for our visitors to enjoy.
  • Are Animals Allowed?
    • Service animals are welcome in the museum. Under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), a service animal is defined as a dog that has been individually trained to do work or perform tasks for an individual with a disability. Pets are not permitted.
  • Are you just open on Tuesdays and the first Saturday of each month?
    • We do have special events, including Night at the Museum and Summer Cruise-Ins, along with Autos for Autism and our Veterans Open House. These events can be found on the EVENT tab calendar on our website.
  • Can you rent the museum for a private event?
    • Yes! We can host corporate events, birthday parties, and meetings. We do not have the proper facilities for weddings at this time. Our new event center is in the planning stages and will be available for larger events. Stay tuned for updates! Call 586-749-1078 extension 6 for Chloe.

Visitor Policy

Museum Policies

To ensure the safety of other visitors and our collection, Stahls Auto enforces the following policies:

  • Visitors are asked to avoid touching vehicles, exhibited objects, and display platforms at all times.
  • Handheld photography is permitted. Tripods, monopods, and selfie sticks are not permitted at any time. Photos can only be used for personal use and cannot sold in any manner.
  • Large or oversized backpacks, camera bags, purses, umbrellas, and other similar items are not permitted on the floor. This allows more accessibility to the cars without accidentally scratching them. Diaper bags can be stored in strollers.
  • Food and beverages are prohibited in the museum, except for water bottles that can be sealed with a lid.
  • Every guest aged 18 and above must sign in at the front entrance. Our staff solely utilizes your email information, and it is never sold. For electronic sign-in, a phone number is requested for future check-ins; however, Stahls does not utilize phone numbers and will not make calls or send texts.
  • Children must not be left unattended in any area of the museum.
  • Video surveillance is used throughout the museum. Be advised that you may be photographed while on site.


  • Complimentary wheelchairs are available to check out on a first-come, first-served basis at the Admissions Desk, and there are ample places to sit throughout the museum.
  • Wheelchairs, electric scooters, and strollers are welcome in the museum.
  • Touch tours for blind or partially sighted visitors can be arranged by request two weeks in advance. Call 586-749-1078 extension 6 for Chloe.
  • Service dogs, such as a guide dog for blind or partially sighted visitors, are always welcome.