Since the day of its opening the Northeast Classic Car Museum has been dedicated to its educational goal - preserving and exhibiting vintage and veteran vehicles thus serving an important witness of American automobile history. The automobile, one of the greatest human inventions and its role in life are in the center of the displayed items.
The museum contains five buildings, which are linked with each other with over 160 vehicles spanning the period from 1899 to 1970s. The automobiles from New York State manufacturers, post-war vehicles, luxury vehicles and Franklin automobiles make up the static display of the museum while other items are constantly changing, so there is always something new to see.
The exhibited vehicles make up a treasure of American motoring heritage, many of them are very few left in the whole world or even the only left in existence.
The Northeast Classic Car Museum enjoys a great popularity among not only local, but foreign attendees.
The museum provides a great place for families, school groups and a meeting point for classic car enthusiasts and car clubs.