“I love going to museums, because there’s always room for discovery.” – Aerin Lauder
Historical cars and motorbikes from the Cooma Monaro region together with motoring memorabilia and a fully operational 1950’s American Diner are under cover in the Cooma Car Club’s new MOTORING MUSEUM. The walls are covered with many posters and images of motoring history and there’s plenty to discover. A unique cast alloy model car collection and even a 1926 Dodge ‘farm hack’ that runs on charcoal.
Built by members of the Cooma Car Club community, with the financial assistance of the NSW government, the MOTORING MUSEUM is a visitor must and the perfect stop-over for visiting Car Clubs.
The museum is open to the public, or available for bookings by other car clubs, the corporate sector or for private functions. The MOTORING MUSEUM building links to the other Club facilities including meeting rooms, catering kitchen and licenced bar, creating a great alternative for meetings, conferences, and events.
Admission only $5 per person, children under 12yrs are FREE
MUSEUM OPENING HOURS