Auto World Museum in Fulton, MO

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Auto World Museum

About Auto World Museum

Auto World Museum opened its doors October 1, 1996 in a building locals called the “old K-Mart building” in Fulton, Missouri. The museum was the result of William E. Backer’s long desire to have a museum to display one of his lifelong passions – vintage vehicles. He had been collecting since the mid 1950s when he purchased a 1924 Canadian Dodge touring car. In the 1990s the collection had grown rapidly and needed a suitable home, so the building was purchased and the museum established. At the celebration of the museum’s 10th anniversary, in 2006 the collection relocated into its present home at 200 Peacock Drive, Fulton, MO. The new home displays the vehicles in period settings with billboard size photo backdrops and building facades putting them in proper historic perspective. There are informational panels with each vehicle and video kiosks that address the various vehicles’ place in human history.

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200 Peacock Dr
Fulton, MO

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