The Model T Ford Club of America, celebrating 50 years in 2015, is proud to present the Model T Museum.
The Model T Museum is nestled in the heart of Richmond, Indiana’s Historic Depot District. Once “the” transportation mecca of the 19th century, it is now a “must-see” destination filled with notable architecture, unique shops, stunning murals, fun and fabulous restaurants, a chocolatier, a microbrewery and much more! Visit richmonddepotdistrict.com to find out more about the area and view upcoming events.
Ranked #1 by Trip Advisor
of attractions in Richmond, Indiana, the museum’s amazing collection of vehicles and T-related memorabilia is ever growing and changing.
Among the stars are a 1909 touring (one of the very first Ts), a 1923 English-built town car, a 1925 fire truck, a 1927 coupe (one of the last Ts)
and a 1931 Pietenpol airplane with a Model T Engine. Educational opportunities include an extensive reference library; a cutaway chassis that reveals
the inner workings of the T; plus a variety of manuals, publications, CDs and restoration DVDs available for purchase.
The museum welcomes school and tour groups.
Admission - Member families of the Model T Ford Club of America enjoy free admission to the museum and the museum library. Non-members pay $3 per adult. Children 12 and under pay no admission.
Hours - the Model T Museum is open Tuesday through Sunday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm and on Mondays by appointment.
Museum Phone: 765-488-0026; Fax 765-855-3428
Located at 309 N 8th St, Richmond, Indiana 47374
(Corner of N. 8th and D streets)
Directions: From I70 in Richmond, take US 27 (Chester Road) south to D Street.
Look for the Model T on top of the water tower, then turn right on D Street.
Come enjoy and learn about “The Car That Put The World on Wheels.”
Donate to support the Museum