Saratoga Automobile Museum

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110 Avenue of the Pines, Saratoga Springs, NY, United States

Saratoga Automobile Museum

Welcome to the Saratoga Automobile Museum where we preserve, interpret and exhibit automobiles and automotive artifacts. We celebrate the automobile and educate the general public, students and enthusiasts regarding the role of the automobile in New York State and in the wider world. In addition to technical and design aspects, our educational focus is on the past, present and future social and economic impact of the automobile.

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Saratoga Automobile Museum

Field Trips

Grade/age level specific field trips have been designed to engage and educate all students.  Each program begins with an introduction to our Museum and the history of the automobile in New York State, followed by a guided tour of each exhibit.  Programs conclude with a “Traffic Safety” music and craft project (for pre-k and elementary students) and a “New York State Auto Archaeology” scavenger hunt for middle-high school students.
*Each student will receive a gift bag from the museum containing practical, fun and informational materials.
Cost: $5.00 per student (Chaperones are free).

SAM’s Garage

SAM’s Garage is a place where children learn about cars while gearing up for life.

Programs at SAM’s Garage encourage non-traditional, multigenerational learning opportunities for underserved children utilizing historic automobiles. The goal is to help students increase their understanding and proficiency in math, science and history, while helping them to improve their desire to stay in school, develop strong leadership skills and healthy community relationships. Previous projects include the restoration of the iconic Ford Model TT Popcorn Wagon seen at many of the Museum’s summer auto and lawn shows, and a Model A Huckster built from scratch.

The Museum has also served as a host for the Pinewood Derby with local Cub Scouts, provides an education area inside the museum where students can learn about cars and racing and during the Holidays, welcomed Santa Claus to its garage.

The mission of the Saratoga Automobile Museum is to preserve, interpret and exhibit automobiles and automotive artifacts.


Additional Information

On Exhibit 


Automotive Artwork: by Al DiMauro

Racing in New York State

East of Detroit

New York State Stock Hall of Fame

Eastern Motorsport


Additional Educational Programming offered by the Saratoga Automobile Musuem

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Admisson and Location Hours

Museum Admission

“Due to the impending snow storm this weekend, the Saratoga Automobile Museum will close at 2:00pm on Saturday, December 14th and will be closed for the day on Sunday, December 15th.  We apologize for any inconvenience and hope you have a safe weekend.”

Admission Rates

Members: FREE

Adults $8.50

Students 17+ (with ID) $6.00

Senior Adults 65+ and Active Military $6.00

Children 6-16 $4.00

Children under 6 FREE

Hours of Operation: Open Tuesday – Sunday 10am-5pm

Holidays: Closed Easter, 4th of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day
We will be closing at 3PM on, Memorial Day

**We are constantly changing exhibits and involved in many events. We suggest that you call to be certain the Museum will be open to the public on the day of your expected visit.

Thank You and Happy Motoring!

Facility Rental

Catered events, meetings, and parties take center stage within a collection of beautiful automobiles, elegant architecture, and magnificent forests, a truly unique experience for your next event.

The Museum space includes exhibit galleries, an orientation theatre, and conference room and is available in 5 hour time blocks. The Museum is open to the public during normal business hours and will open for extended hours for your private party or business function, if necessary.


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