Welcome to the official website of The Fort Lauderdale Antique Car Museum! The Packard Car Museum is the vision of collector Arthur Stone, come to life.


His own words describe it best. “I felt all through my career, the car that always dominated the luxury market while I was growing up was the Packard automobile, because of its engineering and elegance.

Wherever you went in the world, into the 1950s, the Packard always stood out. And the best thing I could do was to try and preserve a museum with a collection of one model for each year of the company’s existence, between 1900-1958.”


We are conveniently located two blocks north of 17th Street, on the west side of SW 1st Avenue (also called Packard Avenue).

We are situated between Downtown Fort Lauderdale and

Fort Lauderdale International Airport.



1527 SW 1st Avenue

Fort Lauderdale, FL 33315

(954) 779.7300

(954) 920.3911 for Private Events




The Fort Lauderdale Antique Car Museum boasts a one-of-a-kind setting, with the largest collection of Packard cars and historical memorabilia from 1900 and on.  There is something that will appeal to everyone in this recently expanded 30,000 square foot museum where guests are able to indulge in some of the industrial age's greatest achievements. 


In addition to the vast number of cars, observers will find an array of hood ornaments, old gas station signs, carburetors, gear-shift knobs, horns, lighters & ashtrays, lamps, vintage magazines & photos, an entire exhibit dedicated to Franklin D. Roosevelt, and so much more.


The museum is a non-profit, 501C3 Foundation, and your tax-deductible donation helps maintain its preservation.

Minimum Contribution: $10.00

Children 5-12: $5.00

Children under 5: FREE


*Special rates for Group Tours, and School & Camp Field Trips.