Celebrity Car Museum in Branson is the perfect place for family to spend a couple of hours as it features a ‘Velvet Collection,’ which has a mesmerizing display of exotic cars, cars featured in movies, celebrity owned cars and more. No matter what kind of car you like, Celebrity Car Museum has it. Here, you will find a Ferrari, Shelby Series 1, or Dodge Viper. The museum has everything from a Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Super Snake to a modified ’55 Chevy or a Buick Grand National complete with the 3.8 Turbocharged V-6.
This car museum hosts anywhere between 75 to 90 cars at a time including an assortment of various classic cars, street rods, muscle cars, and cars for sale. The Velvet Collection Celebrity Car Museum is the newest and largest car museum in Branson which features a variety of historic movie cars owned by celebrities. Whether you want to see a wide display of cars from the Fast & Furious, Barricade from Transformers or Two Mater, Herbie The Love Bug, the museum has it for you to see. You will also get to see in the museum the most diverse collections of classic cars such as an all-original 1936 Ford Cabriolet, a 1940 Ford Coupe, and 1949 Mercury.
Most of the cars that are displayed in the museum comes from celebrities like the 2006 Mustang ‘picture car’ from the movie Death Race, Steve McQueen’s motorcycle, and General Lee with John Schneider’s signature across the dash. The museum also features a fascinating display of one of nine 1950 Lincoln Limousines, custom built for President Truman, which was used for presidential service through the Eisenhower and Kennedy administrations. Beautifully located on the famous Highway 76 under the bottom floor Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater, in Branson, this car museum offers great fun with wholesome enjoyment for the whole family.
Celebrity Car Museum also features the rarest display of 1939 Packard Safari wagon with custom wood finish used by Winston Churchill during big game hunts in Africa. The museum also features Velvet Collection of celebrity owned and used cars that include a 1970 Honda CT90 bike owned by Andy Griffith, a bumper car from Elvis Presley’s favorite ride at Libertyland in Memphis, Tennessee, a 1993 Jaguar XJ-S owned by Anna Nicole Smith, and a 1931 Cushman Carte owned by Bing Crosby.
Inside the car museum, you will also find a huge collection of convertibles that include a 1969 Volkswagen Beetle, a 1969 Cadillac Convertible, a 1932 Ford Roadster, a 1999 Shelby Series 1, and an exact replica of James Dean’s 1955 Porsche Spyder 550 A. Some of the few vintage hot rods that are also on display in the museum include a 1941 Ford Super Deluxe Convertible, a 1939 Ford Coupe, a 1937 Ford Slantback 2 Door Sedan and a 1940 Ford Deluxe Tudor.
So, if you are looking for a great display of vintage cars of famous celebrities, don’t miss to see the Celebrity Car Museum’s Velvet Collection in Branson.
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