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“showcases products of Detroit's heydays”
Founded in 1993 by Jordon and Corinne Beller, the museum strives to showcase products of Detroit's heydays. Demonstrating that they were marvelous tools for hard working people everywhere; involved in the building and expanding of our newly industrialized society. The Museum houses numerous collections of vehicles, tools, parts and information designed to tell stories of how cars and trucks not only served their original owners, but often evolved through several "lives". The vehicles include restored, original preserved, repurposed, well worn and end of service examples. Many of the displayed vehicles are presented as they were found at the end of their useful life. Some even beyond that as in the displays of farm machinery created from the parts of earlier trucks and cars.
The folks who give the tours here truly love their craft. They are kind, understanding of kids who are energetic (and they like the kids in some of the cars!). My son can't stop talking about our... Read more
The Beller Museum
- Mon - Thu: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
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