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“state-of-the-art Studebaker automobile museum”
The Studebaker National Museum traces its roots to the late 19th century when Clement Studebaker purchased the Lincoln and Lafayette carriages. By the 1960s, the collection numbered 37 vehicles and included four presidential carriages, the first and last automobiles built in South Bend, and the last Studebaker ever built. The Studebaker National Museum is a state-of-the-art, 55,000-square-foot facility that opened in October 2005. The building is on three levels and features fully climate-controlled galleries and storage facilities to ensure the best possible care for the collection. The Studebaker National Museum was designed by South Bend’s own James Childs Architects and features several design elements from Studebaker’s factory buildings.
My high school graduating class had our 40th reunion here recently. Amazing collection housed in this museum. Highly recommended! Read more
I have zero car knowledge, but even I can appreciate the display at the Studebaker Museum! It's so satisfying seeing the rows and rows of cars through history. Every inch is so informative, with... Read more
I enjoyed walking the three floors to learn about a brand that started with horse-drawn wagons and progressed to architectural pieces of art that were once called cars. When you see the cars of... Read more
Studebaker National Museum
- Mon - Sat: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
- Sun: 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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