|The Hershey Antique Automobile Club of America (Photo courtesy of the AACA)|
The three-story,70,000 square foot building houses nearly 100 cars and visitors follow a timeline that progresses through the years starting with an Early Model T.
|Car pictured against a backdrop of the town of Hershey, Pennsylvania|
|Rare Tucker automobiles on display at the AACA|
The AACA is also home to the largest collection of antique buses under one roof. Located on the lower level, the collection includes a 1912 White SF 1038PA bus run by Martz Lines, a 1915 white 15-45 Fullington Autobus Co (Clearfield, Pa) and a 1924 Fageol Safety Coach 12-B.
|The AACA is home to the largest collection of antique buses under one roof.|
|The Flo-Inn Cafe from Witchita Kansas|
If you're trying to think of something different to do with the family during the holidays, the AACA is a good choice. The annual "Cars and Christmas" celebration features a vintage Hess toy truck display, a Grinch scavenger hunt and Sammy the 29-ton Snow Plow greets children at the front of the museum. A perennial favorite for children of all ages is the popular 12-foot-fall, 26-foot long, custom-made Kissmobile cruiser which resembles three Hershey's Kisses and is parked at the main entrance. An interactive custom train display designed under the leadership of founder Ed Maloy, is also a hit with the little ones.
|The famous "Kissmobile"|