Lane Motor Museum features fun & unusual cars

Cars with two heads, two engines or three wheels. Cars that fold in half and even run by propeller. A 100 ton amphibious vehicle? This is not your typical car museum!

Lane Motor Museum in Nashville features nearly 400 unique cars and motorcycles and is home to the largest European collection in the U.S. The vehicles date from the 1920s all the way up to modern day and feature a varied collection of microcars, amphibious vehicles, military vehicles, alternative fuel vehicles, prototypes, one-of-a-kind vehicles and motorcycles. A great exhibit that the whole family can enjoy!

At Lane Motor Museum visitors are introduced to a broad variety of vehicles from Europe, Asia, and North and South America. Engineering, politics, geography, and economics are a few of the factors which have shaped vehicles throughout history. This is a working museum with the goal being to maintain all vehicles in running order.


Lane Museum takes to the road

Dayton Concours d’Elegance
Dayton, OH


1932 Helichron

See video from Dayton Concours

Keeneland Concours d’Elegance
Lexington, KY

1965 Peel P-50







Ault Park Concours d’Elegance
Cincinnati, OH

1961 Auto Union 1000

Celebration of Automobiles
Indianapolis, IN

1946 Hewson Rocket

The Lane Motor Museum
702 Murfreesboro Pike
Nashville, TN 37210
(615) 742-7445

From Hemmings News:

A visit to the Lane Motor Museum in Nashville, Tennessee, is an absolute must for anyone who loves cars. Its singular collection of interesting and unusual vehicles represents the largest gathering of European cars in the United States, with microcars, amphibious vehicles, prototypes and the largest Czechoslovakian collection outside Europe among the attractions. Many of these cars are seldom – or never – seen, but don’t call them oddballs; as one of the current exhibits demonstrates, nearly every car in the museum has had some sort of influence on automotive design.