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Branson - 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.


Kaley Ward

Thursday, March 22, 2018
Super pricey - there's some cool cars and such, but not for the price you have to pay.

Jeff Mullins

Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2018
Incredible choice of cars whether 30's 40's 50's even brass cars!!! Even recent. Great collection. Being a past farmer and owning vintage's a Mecca for any true enthousiast of the past.

Randy Shadwick

Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2018
Lot of nice tractors from steam to gas , alot of cars from the 1910 to 2015 all for sale a plus

Jackson Geidel

Sunday, Dec. 31, 2017
I'm a huge car enthusiast, so I thoroughly enjoyed it. Anyone who likes old cars and tractors will enjoy it.

Anthony Sullivan

Monday, Aug. 21, 2017
It cost about $80 for 3 adults to come in. The building is massive but yet it's laid out bad. If tractors are your thing then for sure check this place out as that half of the "museum" is 5 stars. I say museum lightly as this feels more like a car lot since everything is available to buy. The car side is a joke. Lots of nothing special cars, reproduction cars of classics, and random junk. It really makes you feel like you're just waking around a car lot but was dumb enough to pay. They have very little signage to tell you any interesting info. The signs they do give are just sales pitches. The cars are laid out in long rows so you can't walk beside them to see the interiors. Lots of the cars were dirty. I was really disappointed by this so called museum. The sign outside is a lie. There's not 200 plus cars and hundreds of tractors or whatever it says.

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