An official Path Through History Site! The Largest Car Museum in the Northeast with more than 200 cars, trucks, and motorcycles on display. An educational facility that collects, preserves, and exhibits vehicles related to the evolution of transportation, including examples of the first electric cars, steam car, and the internal combustion engine. All one level, wheelchair-accessible with electric scooters available at no charge. Exhibits include prewar, postwar, muscle cars, military airplane engines, as well as Cars Made in NY State, including the Chenango Camper, made in Norwich NY. The largest display of Franklin luxury cars, which are air-cooled and made in Syracuse. Most vehicles are displayed in showroom condition; two are available for hands-on experience. Period fashions, WWI and WWII airplane engines and original videos enhance the experience. The museum also features a tribute to the Bennett-Ireland Companies, a major manufacturer in Norwich in the 20th century. Themed exhibit changes annually in May. Have your photo taken in the Model T and visit the gift shop full of new and vintage diecast, books, toys, and clothing. Over 12,000 visitors per year; AAA general attraction.