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Driving Through Time

At Wisconsin Auto Museum, we are more than a collection of artifacts; we are guardians of treasures, keepers of legacies, and champions of knowledge. Join us on a journey through time as we illuminate the past and inspire the future.


Hartford is the home of Kissel! Of course, we have a wide variety of Kissels on display! We have more Kissels here than anywhere else in the world!

Nash Club of America

The Nash Car Club of America is dedicated to the preservation and restoration of Wisconsin based Nash automobiles. Nash is a featured marque at the museum.

Short Track Hall of Fame

The Southeastern Wisconsin Short Track Hall of Fame has exhibit space in the museum to commemorate the history of regional racing.

#1003 Steam Locomotive

Built in 1913 the 250 ton Soo Line #1003 steam locomotive is housed at the museum.

And So Much More!

The Wisconsin Auto Museum has more to offer than just the few shown here. Other marques of the 35+ represented in the exhibits include American Motors, Pontiac, Studebaker, Chevrolet, Kaiser, and Ford.

Additional displays include Wisconsin roads exhibit, gas pumps, porcelain signs, license plates, oil cans, and other petroliana.

And we have the only known Badger to exist in the world!

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147 N. Rural Street, Hartford WI 53027


(262) 673-7999




Seniors (62+)


Children (6-16)


5 and under


Group rate available for 10 or more when scheduled a minimum of one week in advance. Please contact the museum for scheduling.

Cash, Visa and MasterCard accepted. Admission charges and hours subject to change without notice.


Wednesday - Saturday

10:00am - 5:00pm

A minimum of one hour is recommended to view the exhibits. No admittance after 4:30 pm.

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