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AUBURN CORD DUESENBERG MUSEUM

AUBURN CORD DUESENBERG MUSEUM
1600 South Wayne Street P.O. Box 271
Auburn, Indiana 46706-0271
(260) 925-1444 phone (260) 925-6266 fax
http://acdmuseum.org

HOURS
9:00 - 5:00 daily. Open seven days a week, all year.
[Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Year's Day]

CLASSIC CARS EXHIBITED IN THE ORIGINAL SETTING WHERE THEY WERE CREATED.
100 vehicles, in seven thematic galleries, in the 1930 art deco national headquarters of the Auburn Automobile Company. Heavenly, handsomely-restored vintage motorcars on two floors of a structure that served as the factory showroom and administrative center of the renowned sports and luxury car builder in the Thirties. Photography is encouraged. Average tour time, 2 hours. Retail store, The Duesy Shop. Banquet and meeting facilities. In northeast Indiana, at the intersection of I-69 and State Road 8. Take exit #129 from I-69, then follow the directional signs to south Auburn. Open 9-5, daily, all year, excepting Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's days. Packard, Cadillac, Auburn, Lincoln, Cord, Mercedes Benz, Stutz, Duesenberg, Marmon, Premier, Rolls Royce and others on display.

THE DUESY SHOP
Uncommon books, classic car die-cast models and model kits, toys, pedal car reproductions, posters, art, logo garments and caps, videos, and automotive memorabilia. The Duesy Shop conducts promotional specials and features throughout the year. Many items available nowhere else, including reproductions of the museum's archival photo collection.
Place an order, or request a catalog from The Duesy Shop, by calling (260) 925-1444, or fax (260) 925-6266. The Duesy Shop is open seven days a week, all year.

EVENTS DEPARTMENT
Banquet and meeting facilities for up to 500 persons. Hold your party, business dinner, seminar, meeting, wedding reception, or trade show in the museum, by contacting the Events Sales Department, (260) 925-1444, or http://acdmuseum.org. Museum exhibits remain open during your event. Make your event memorable by surrounding it with the world's greatest classic sports and luxury motorcars of the Twenties and Thirties.

AUBURN CORD DUESENBERG FESTIVAL -- August 28-September 1, 2003.
Attend the annual Auburn Cord Duesenberg Festival, Labor Day weekend, in Auburn, Indiana. A reunion of 240 classic cars of the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Club. 2002 is the fiftieth anniversary of the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Club. Call the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Festival at (260) 925-3600, or http://acdfestival.org.

ADMISSION RATES
Adults - $8.00 Students - $5 Children (under 6 years) - Free

GROUP TOUR INFORMATION
Group Tour Rates (for groups of twelve [12] or more persons, prearranged.)
Adults - $6.00 Students - $4 Children (under 6 years) - Free
Bus Drivers and Escorts - Free

SCHOOL GROUPS
Schools outside DeKalb County, Indiana:
Students - $1.00. Leaders/Bus Drivers/Chaperones/Teachers - Free.
The museum requires one chaperone for every 8 to 10 students. Chaperones are required to stay with the group.
Schools within DeKalb County, Indiana:
Students/Leaders/Bus Drivers/Chaperones/Teachers - Free

Please make reservations for groups 30 days in advance.

GUIDED TOURS
The Auburn Cord Duesenberg Museum is suitable for a self-guided tour. However, guided tours are available. Guided tours are an additional fee of $20.00 per docent (tour guide). The museum recommends one docent for every 15 to 20 persons.
A 13-minute video, detailing the history of the Auburn Automobile Company and its leader, E.L. Cord, plays regularly in the Orientation Room.
Continental breakfast, box lunch, buffet, or fully-catered meals are available for groups of 20 or more.

TO MAKE A RESERVATION
It's easy. Simply call (260) 925-1444, and ask for the Events Sales Department at the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Museum.

AUBURN CORD DUESENBERG MUSEUM
The museum, opened July 6, 1974, is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, accredited by the AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF MUSEUMS, and listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

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