Help others:

Donate to the Red Cross

Donate to the Salvation Army

Listing sponsored by
Scientific Breakthrough. No Shots
Science response to skin aging.

Auburn Cord Duesenberg Museum

1600 South Wayne Street
Auburn, IN

Phone: 219 925 1444

Statement of Purpose

The purpose of the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Museum is to be the finest automotive museum in the country, exceeding the highest museum standards and practices, a historical and educational institution, using its collections and facilities to authentically illustrate and interpret the Auburn automobile manufacturers' impact on the automotive industry and the American culture.

The Auburn Cord Duesenberg Museum contains more than 100 antique, vintage, classic and special interest automobiles, exhibited in the 1930 art deco factory showroom and national headquarters of the Auburn Automobile Company, one of America's leading independent luxury car makers of the classic era.

The lavish sales showroom is restored to its original splendor, and is filled with beautifully restored automobiles, just as they appeared in the building in the 1930's.

The museum, known as the "Home of the Classics," is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

Six permanent galleries and two special exhibits galleries tell the story of the greatest automobiles of the past century. Emphasis is on the cars of transportation industrialist E.L. Cord, and his family of Auburn, Cord and Duesenberg luxury motorcars. Other cars of the classic period -- Cadillac, Rolls Royce, Lincoln, Packard, Chrysler, Mercedes Benz -- are featured, along with rare, one-of-a-kind prototypes and show cars. Everything from early pioneering highwheelers to modern muscle cars may be seen in the interpretive exhibits.

A museum store and a banquet facility for rental are included.

100 cars in the Auburn Automobile Company 1930 showrooms, with a museum store and a restaurant.

Highlights & Collections

Exhibits & Special Events


Admission & Directions:

The Auburn Cord Duesenberg Museum is located in south Auburn, Indiana, 20 miles north of Fort Wayne, and 35 miles south of the Indiana Toll Road (I-80/I-90). Just off I-69 at exit #129. Auburn, Indiana, is at the intersection of I-69 and Indiana Route 8.

Key Personnel:

Robert Sbarge, President & C E O

Tell us what you think.

Do you have any additional comments concerning this site?
Do you wish to receive some information on how to get your museum on the Artcom Museums Tour?

Thank you again for your visit.


This page and all contents are © 1995-2014 Art Emotion Corp., IL. USA.
All information is subject to change - This document is non contractual.