The Gateway Colorado Automobile Museum is devoted to understanding and celebrating the history, science, art and social impact of the American car.
Take a Walk Through History
The Gateway Colorado Automobile Museum tells the engaging story of automotive history and the revolution in personal transportation brought about by the genesis, production and marketing of the American automobile. This story is so broad in scope that it occupies a 30,000 square foot facility and features more than 50 cars.
The Main Gallery – The centerpiece of the museum is a multi-car display that takes you through the history of the American auto creating a showcase of innovation and evolution. More »
Themed Galleries – Surrounding the Main Gallery are four Themed Galleries that incorporate educational, interactive displays exploring various topics relating to the history of the American auto and its place in our industry, pop culture and lives. More »
Live the Dream
The Hendricks Collection on display at the Gateway Colorado Automobile Museum acquired in 2007, the one-of-a-kind 1954 Oldsmobile F-88 dream car designed by Harley Earl. This exquisite car has the distinction of being a part of American automotive auction history, and its design and execution are considered among America’s finest examples of rolling art to emerge from the post-war era. The collection features other rare classics such as the 1913 Pierce Arrow, 1936 Supercharged Auburn, 1930 Duesenberg Model J LWB Transformable, 1936 Cord Phaeton, 1953 Cunningham C3 Continental Coupe, plus classics from the 1950s and stunning muscle cars and customs. As you explore, you will discover how an obsession with “getting there” faster, smoother and in high style helped shape the American way of life.