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Antique Automobile Club of America Museum [PA]

The Antique Automobile Club of America Museum traces the history of the automobile industry in the United States, as well as displaying changing exhibits of vehicles drawn from the museum's collection. The museum also houses the Museum of Bus Transportation on its lower level—according to the website, "the largest collection of buses on display under one roof in the United States."

The museum offers exhibits; guided tours for school groups of all grade levels; "Little Wheelers," a literacy-based program for 3-5 year olds; outreach presentations and materials for rent; and other recreational and educational events.