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ranson Auto and Farm Museum

1335 West Highway 76


The Branson Auto Museum was conceived in August of 2007 and opened on May 15, 2009. Partners in the Museum,knew that the Branson area was hungry for car and automotive related things to do.

The Branson Auto Museum was originally scheduled to go into a purpose built 20,000 sq. ft. building on the Strip. When the partners discovered that the former crafts mall the "Engler Block" was available, they knew it would be the perfect fit for what they were planning. The buiding is layed out in sections that wander through the building which is the ideal setting for a museum. The charm and character of the building also lends itself nicely to a museum.


Pandoora Dawn

Thursday, July 5, 2018
Such a neat museum. Loved seeing the old car a and farm equipment. Wished I had a few thousand in spare money to buy their handmade chairs. The pure Jade sculpture in the lobby was worth the trip for me alone.

Bryan Pearce

Thursday, June 28, 2018
Very average car museum/collector car dealership. Did I just pay that much to look at cars for sale? Farm equipment side pretty good though.

Martha Cook

Sunday, May 27, 2018
Great afternoon of nostalgia. Well-organized and documented displays. Surprised that many of the vehicles were for sale with prices posted. Plenty of places to sit and rest inside.

Eric Sorenson

Sunday, June 3, 2018
Great variety of vehicles horse drawn to more modern. Brought back great memories and dreams!

William Meredith

Tuesday, June 19, 2018
Learned many things new. Good variety of machines And cars.

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