Boyertown Museum of Historic Vehicles
To operate as a museum of road transportation, vehicles, artifacts, roadside culture, alternative propulsion, and vehicle builders focused on Pennsylvania and the Greater Delaware Valley; as well as the historic vehicles built by Jeremiah Sweinhart's Carriage Factory 1872-1914 and by Paul Hafer's Boyertown Auto Body Works 1914-1990 in the historic Industrial Age factory buildings which now house the collection.
85 South Walnut Street
Boyertown, PA 19512
The Museum continues to save pieces of Pennsylvania's road transportation culture and improve the public's access to our dynamic industrial history.
"This "hidden treasure" in Boyertown is a great family outing. The volunteers are friendly, helpful, and educational, and the exhibits are unparalleled. It's automotive history with a big helping of American, Pennsylvanian, and Berks County history thrown in. Highly recommended."
"Amazing, fun place to visit. Loved the variety of the Museum items and our tour guide was very knowledgeable and gave a great tour. He spent more time with us since my husband has antique vehicles and we appreciated all that was for us to see. I highly recommend this museum with a great staff! You will see vehicles that will amaze you that no other Museum has."