MUSEUM IS NOW OPEN! TUESDAY-SUNDAY 10AM-4PM EST
MASKS ARE REQUIRED AND MUST STAY ON AT ALL TIMES!
Nestled in the heart of Richmond Indiana’s Depot District, see Model Ts of all shapes and sizes hosted at the world’s largest Model T association. 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.
Never been to the Model T Museum? Or maybe you’ve been there but not visited in the past 6 months? Here’s your chance to take a virtual interactive tour of both the Main Museum building AND the Vintage Ford Agency building. It’s the next best thing to being here!
When using a computer to navigate
Click & Drag to look around the Space, OR use the arrow keys to turn left & right.
Click on the Rings throughout the Space to move from each Location, OR use the arrow keys to move forward and back.
Use the Scroll Wheel on the mouse to zoom in and out, OR use the Plus & Minus keys to zoom in and out.
You can choose specific areas of the Museum to zoom to quickly by selecting in the lower left corner of the screen the “View Floor Plan” or “View Dollhouse” options (you can skip quickly into the Vintage Garage, Machine Shop, or Ag Room that way)
When using tablet, smart phone, or any other touch screen device
Simply tap to move forward, slide to turn from side to side, or zoom in and out.
More than just a collection, it’s an immersive experience. Here are some of what you’ll find at the Model T Museum!
Walk back in time to see a real working 1920s repair and mechanic shop. The working tools and exhibits are actual working items.
The items sold here have been produced or specially selected by the Model T Ford Club of America for those who love the Model T hobby and the MTFCA.
MAIN AND AUXILIARY BUILDING
Get hands on knowledge! Brass, mechanic, etc… workshops and library.
MAIN AND AUXILIARY BUILDING
In addition to our Model T displays, check out other tools, artifacts, and other 1920 era goodies.
Among the stars are a 1909 touring (one of the very first Ts), a 1912 brass Town Car, a 1925 fire truck, a one-of-a-kind Snowmobile, and a 1931 Pietenpol airplane with a Model T Engine. An Agency Show Room, Vintage Garage and Machine Shop, as well as an Agriculture Display all transport visitors into the look and feel of the Model T era. 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.