Orlando, Florida: Famous Movie Cars and Microcars (In Transition)

Over 1,000 cars that are fun even for people who aren't into cars. Scooby-Doo, Batman, Knight Rider -- all of their vehicles are here, as well as the world's largest collection of tiny microcars and James Bond memorabilia. Military weapons, too. Moving to Orlando in 2019.

Miami Auto Museum

Directions:
5150 International Dr
Hours:
March 2019: closed, moving to Orlando
Status:
In Transition

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Famous Movie Cars and Microcars

The Miami Auto Museum is currently closed and being relocated to Orlando.

[Luke, 03/24/2019]

Batmobile.

Miami Auto Museum

The Miami Auto Museum has two large buildings filled with all types of vehicles, with the majority being cars. Building A houses classic cars, motorcycles, and military vehicles. Building B has Hollywood vehicles, James Bond vehicles, Batman memorabilia, and mini cars. It is a must-see for auto enthusiasts. It is $25 to tour one building, or you can tour both for $40. The buildings have all types of vehicles and car emblems in bas-relief on the walls.

There is also an auxiliary display of vehicles at 14200 Biscayne Blvd, just south of NE 146th Street. Located on the west side of the street, the building resembles a gas station and has approximately ten vehicles on outdoor display.

[Signmanjoe, 01/16/2015]

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