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Elmer's Auto & Toy Museum

W903 Elmers Rd, Fountain City, WI 54629-7715
+1 608-687-7221
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Amazing!!!!

This place is absolutely amazing! Three barns crammed with cars, from 1930's Rolls Royces to a... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
whitefish2
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Lake City, Minnesota
Unreal

If you are into cars, especially muscle cars, this place is awesome, but does have a few drawbacks... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
na51avg
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Greenville, Wisconsin
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See muscle cars, antique and classic cars, along with motorcycles, bicycles, wagons, over 125 pedal tractors, over 500 pedal cars, hundreds of antique dolls, and thousands of antique toys dating as far back as the 1800's. This collection includes cast-iron, pressed steel, tin wind-ups, Japanese tin, and battery operated toys. Toys are from the USA, Canada, Germany, England, Argentina, and France. We are open two weekends a month starting the weekend of Mother's Day. We are open 9:00 am to 5:00 pm on those days. Admission prices are $8 for adults, $7 for seniors (65+), and $4 for students (6-17). (Children under 6 are free.) We also offer refreshments (ice cream, pop, chips, candy, etc.) in the house. Everyone is welcome to come on any of the dates we are open. We also cater to tour buses, car and truck clubs, and other groups that wish to make special arrangements in advance. Please call for more information. THE FOLLOWING DATES ARE WHAT WE HAVE LEFT OF OUR 2014 SEASON: July 4, 5, and 6 **SPECIAL** - Come celebrate the 4th with us! - Vintage tractors on display this weekend. See many vintage tractors from the 1930's, 40's, 50's, and more! July 19 and 20 - Wisconsin's "Best Kept Secret" - Come and see the largest museum of its kind in the Midwest Aug 2 and 3 - Stay the weekend in Fountain City. We have some of the most unique places to stay and the best dining establishments in the country. Aug 16 and 17 - Visit us now and stay the whole day. Bring a picnic lunch and enjoy the most spectacular view. Aug 30, 31 and Sept 1 **SPECIAL** - Bluegrass music by "Cedar Valley" beginning at 1:00pm on Monday, Sept. 1 - Enjoy a tour of the museum this weekend and then visit the Lion's Club Farm Fest for good food, music, and fun on Saturday and Sunday Sept 13 and 14 - Senior Citizen Weekend! *Discount and free refreshments for all senior citizens* Sept 27 and 28 **SPECIAL** - Vintage race cars on display. Visit with some of the local "Older" and "Newer" drives and crews. - See the #8 Monte Carlo Race Car previously driven by Dale Earnhardt Jr. Oct 4 and 5 - Enjoy the beauty of the spectacular autumn colors seen high above the Mississippi River Valley. This is one of the most spectacular views along the river. Oct 11 and 12 - Come and see the unbelievable collection of cars, cycles, dolls, toys, pedal tractors, pedal cars, and airplanes, antique tools, and much more! Oct 18 and 19 - This is our last weekend of 2014. Thanks for a great year! See you in 2015!
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“pedal cars” (8 reviews)
“old cars” (5 reviews)
“all kinds” (3 reviews)
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W903 Elmers Rd, Fountain City, WI 54629-7715
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+1 608-687-7221
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This place is absolutely amazing! Three barns crammed with cars, from 1930's Rolls Royces to a Corvette with 5 miles on it. Motorcycles of every age and description, pedal cars, (hundreds -- and you'll find the one you had) bicycles, doodle bugs, whizzers, If you...More

Thank whitefish2
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

If you are into cars, especially muscle cars, this place is awesome, but does have a few drawbacks. The forethought that Elmer had to acquire this collection is amazing.He purchased new, a 69 Dodge Daytona and 70 Plymouth Superbird, and then hardly drove them. The...More

Thank na51avg
Reviewed 7 September 2017 via mobile

This is a must see if you are in the area! Large buildings with car collections of unique models and variety of cars motorcycle 's bicycles. Also a huge building full of antique toys Brought back memories of my childhood!

Thank SCBegl
Reviewed 30 May 2017

We could not even get down the rows to see anything. Too crowded. You cant get a walker or wheel chair down the rows of cars. You do not need to display 3 of the same cars. Maybe you could take 2 out and make...More

1  Thank Susan S
Reviewed 30 May 2017

The collections is jammed into far too small of an area. Had this been in a proper building, with decent displays, it could be the #1 tourist attraction in the Midwest. The collection is great, but too much stuff jammed in , under, behind, and...More

1  Thank jaspermunch
Reviewed 7 December 2016

Elmers Auto & Toy Museum is a must see! There are so many cars to see of all makes and models. And there are hundreds of pedal cars! Cars in rows in long sheds, pedal cars hanging out above and around - seemingly everywhere you...More

Thank tine_beck
Reviewed 27 November 2016 via mobile

There is so much to see at Elmer's Auto and Toy Museum. Be sure to give yourself an entire morning or afternoon to see it all. There are all kinds of toys and cars, so if you have a particular love, I'm sure you'll find...More

Thank Candace R
Reviewed 5 September 2016 via mobile

There's a lot to look at and the owner was on site greeting people. Lots of old cars, bikes, scooters and peddle cars. If you are into older cars this is the place to see.

Thank fortjacksonmom
Reviewed 28 August 2016

You will not believe it until you see it! Elmer's museum has more cars and pedal cars than I have ever seen in one place. All are displayed in large buildings that are easy to navigate and clean. The attendant at each building will answer...More

Thank Dianne O
Reviewed 1 August 2016

I was really not interested in stopping but she wanted to stop. I was pleasantly surprised with the variety and quantity of items. The highlight for me was a Daytona 500 and a Superbird, if you don't know what I'm talking about you're not a...More

Thank Bobwis
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barbdolls
14 June 2016|
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Response from Bernadette D | Property representative |
We are open 2 weekends a month from May to October. Please call 608 687 7221 for mor information. Thank you for your interest!
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