Lane Motor Museum is proud to announce that we are now displaying our newest propeller-driven vehicle; the 1919 Leyat Replica!
Marcel Leyat was a degreed engineer who designed, built, and flew his first airplane in 1909. Leyat developed the belief that propeller-driven vehicles were the wave of the future and, in 1913, built his first propeller-driven car. He tested this 1913 car (more…)
Last Saturday, Lane Motor Museum hosted our Annual Member’s Reception.
This year’s event was planned in honor of our “new” 1919 Leyat Replica,
which arrived recently from Meursault, France. French cheeses, wines and even French music were enjoyed at the event. (more…)
Avoid the malls! The Day After Thanksgiving is a great day to bring your whole family to Lane Motor Museum!
Join us between 11am-4pm where we’ll feature tours of our rarely seen
basement collection, rides in museum vehicles (adults only) and special
All activities are first come, first served so be sure to get here early!
Each year Lane Motor Museum holds a toy drive for Toys for Tots where you can trade a toy for free admission to the museum!
This year, the toy drive will run from Friday, November 27- Monday, December 14.
To qualify for free admission (or a voucher to visit at another date), you must bring:
Join us for a new exhibit that celebrates the 90 year history of Citroën.
Eleven different Citroëns are featured that demonstrate the company’s innovative engineering practices from 1930-1980. Citroën was the first high volume manufacturer of front wheel drive cars and then developed the first cars with (more…)