Spanning 16 Buildings, This World Famous Car Museum Is Hiding In A Tiny South Dakota Town
The world’s largest (and only) Corn Palace. Wall Drug. Mount Rushmore. Our state is known far and wide for having some of the most unique landmarks and attractions in America, so it should come as no surprise that a small town is also home to this gigantic and impressive antique car museum in South Dakota:
Welcome to the can't-miss Pioneer Auto Show!
Located in Murdo, Pioneer Auto is a longtime area staple, as it has been growing and sharing its collection with the public since 1954.
If you are a car lover, the Pioneer Auto Show is sure to start your engine (see what I did there?), as it has everything from a turn-of-the-century Oldsmobile to a 1955 T-Bird, 1965 Mustang Convertible, and hundreds of other classics.
If you think the cars are cool, wait until you get a load of Pioneer Auto's vintage tractors and motorcycles, including one that belonged to the one and only Elvis!
In addition to these vehicles, the Pioneer Auto Show also houses incredible antiques and even a replica Old West Prairie Town.
When you visit, set aside plenty of time to wander around - you're going to need it.
As if you needed another reason to visit and love this incredible collection, the cost of admission remains affordable so that families of all sizes can enjoy this historic gem.
To learn more about the Pioneer Auto Show - including hours of operation and the current price of admission -
please visit their website.
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Pioneer Auto Museum, 503 5th St, Murdo, SD 57559, USA