DeKalb County Arts & Entertainment

Museums
The Auburn Cord Duesenberg Museum
Located at 1600 S. Wayne Street in Auburn Indiana, the ACD Museum is housed in the former headquarters of the Auburn Automobile Company. Hours are 9 am to 5 pm 7 days a week. Admission is $7.00 for Adults and $4.50 for students. Phone 260-925-1444.  On the world wide web:   http://welcome.to/acd.museum
Mark your calendar!  The Auburn Cord Duesenberg Festival will present the Third Annual Cycle Fest '99 Saturday, May 15, 1999.  There will be a swap meet, party tent, food, live entertainment, bike rally and parade, bike show with judging, poker fun, and vintage motorcycle exhibit at NATMUS.  For more information or to reserve vendor space, contact:  Tammy Lorey, Executive Director, ACD Festival, Inc.   PO Box 271, Auburn, Indiana 46706.  Telephone (260) 925-3600, fax (260) 927-7200, email acdfestival@ctlnet.com.   The mission of the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Festival, Inc. is to benefit the automotive museums of the Auburn, Indiana community by conducting events that foster tourism, community pride, and automotive heritage. A portion of the proceeds of CycleFest will be donated to DeKalb County Habitat for Humanity.  Visit the ACD Festival on the web at www.acdfestival.org
Garrett Historical Train Museum
Operated by the Garrett Historical Society at 300 N Randolph Street and featuring exhibits on local railroad history, the museum is open for tours and by appointment. Phone 260-357-5575
NATMUS
The National Automotive and Truck Museum of the United States. Phone number 260-925-9100, Address: 1000 Gordon M. Buehrig Place Auburn, IN 46706.   On the web at http://www.natmus.com  Open daily from 9:00AM to 5:00PM (EST). Admission is $4.50.  Click here for the NATMUS Event Schedule.  We feature trucks from 1907 to present, and postwar cars. We also house NATMATMUS, the model and toy museum. Current rotating exhibits include "The 50 Year Car Show" which depicts the "new" cars of 1949. Also, a recreation of the original 427 Essex Cobra is on display in the racing gallery of the museum.

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