This shrine to the RV in the “RV Capital” traces the history of RVing from early 1913 travel-trailers to today’s state-of-the-art motor homes and is the only museum of its kind. Experience eight decades of the RV/MH Industry's models, while learning how RV's have impacted our nation! The 80,000 sq. ft. museum showcases a fascinating collection of one-of-a-kind camping cars, house trailers, and house cars including a gem custom built for Hollywood screen siren Mae West.
Also included is the historic and original trailer that Charles Lindbergh used to travel the nation after his famous air voyage while on tour. Follow the time trail of vintage RVs arrayed among murals of scenic America. A knowledgeable guide shares RV folklore and the industry’s remarkable stories with groups upon request. An introductory video shown in the theatre about the history of RV’s is available upon request. Contact: Ryan Szklarek, ryansNIEC@gmail.com
60 to 90 minutes $8 per person in a group of 25 or more people