The Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum is now open. Click here to for information related to our opening.

Tot Wheels

We’re taking a different road with our new temporary exhibition Tot Wheels at the Simeone Museum. Some might argue that it’s our smallest lineup ever, but we know all the kids are going to be talking about it.

Featuring 30+ cars designed for, and operated by kids. Pedal, electric, and gas versions.

Free with regular museum admission. Opens October 17 and runs through December 13.

Purchase tickets here.

Exhibition Vehicles Include

1917 Tail Dragger Aeroplane
1920s Packard
1928  Bugatti “Baby” Type 35
1929 duPont Speedster
1929 Lincoln
1929 Marmon Race Car
1929 Stutz Roadster
1930s Auburn
1930s Bull Dog Mack Truck 
1930s Hupmobile
1933 Delahaye Roadster
1936 BMW 328 Roadster
1936 Bugatti Racer 
1937 International Dump Truck
1938 Indian Service Cart
1940s Speedster 
1941 Chrysler
1950s Dragnet Model 5724
1950s Hot Rod
1952 GMC Cab-Over with Trailer
1955 Kidillac
1955 Speedway Pace Car
1957 Chevrolet Corvette
1958 Ferrari Testa Rossa 180
1960 Mercedes Benz 190 SL
1960 Renault Caravelle Spider
1960s Model T-10 “Tin Lizzie”
1960s Pedal Racer
1962 Ferrari N.A.R.T
1966 Morgan Plus Four
1980s Morgan Plus Four

Hours and Info

6825 Norwitch Drive
Philadelphia, PA 19153
215-365-7233
Tuesday – Friday 10AM through 6PM
Saturday – Sunday 10AM through 4PM
Closed Mondays and Major Holidays

About the Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum

Located in Philadelphia, PA, the Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum is one of the world’s greatest collections of racing sports cars. Through our theme, “The Spirit of Competition”, we celebrate the history and evolution of these magnificent machines.

Assembled over 50 years by Dr. Frederick Simeone, the Museum contains over 75 historically significant cars including Ferrari, Alfa Romeo, Bugatti, Mercedes, Jaguar, Bentley, Porsche, Aston Martin, Corvette, Ford, and more.

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Reopening Information
Please review our new opening policies if you are going to be visiting the Simeone Museum