The Branson Auto Museum has been a favorite for car enthusiasts since it's opening in 2009. As home to more than 100 cars and antique tractors, the inventory of cars on display was changed often so that guests always had something new to see.
After taking a hit from the Leap Day Tornado of 2012, the completely rebuilt Branson Auto & Farm Museum reopened in spring of 2014. The location housing the Branson Auto Museum was formerly "The Engler Block". Anyone driving down Highway 76 can see that construction on the new facility is nearing completion. The larger 78,000 square foot Branson Auto & Farm Museum will have two large showrooms – one featuring cars and trucks of all different periods and the other featuring antique farm equipment. The museum is scheduled to reopen later this year, but until then you can browse their inventory of vehicles and other items for sale at www.bransonmuseum.com.