Lane Motor Museum

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702 Murfreesboro Pike, Nashville, TN 37210.

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based on 14 reviews

Chad E.
This is a museum that isn't a museum - and you can even be a part of it. Well, sort of. The signage isn't the best when you pull up, so if you aren't paying...

Blair S.
This is a museum that skips most of the fancy exhibit space fillers and really focuses on the cars. Lane doesn't just have any car collection, but a focused...

Joey K.
A disclaimer before I start with the review, if your philosophy on cars is "there's no replacement for displacement" and that you rank cars on how much...
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This museum was established in 2003 with Jeff Lanes personal collection of mostly European Automobiles. The museum is housed in a building formerly occupied by the Sunbeam Bakery from 1951-1994.
Jennifer Samardak
Vehicles are in historical condition, not "restored." It is nice to read and witness the history and see the impact of time and events. Beautifully diverse collection. Love the ease of accessibility.
Jay NaPier
Best place to visit in Nashville if you're into Cars
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rating 4.4 out of 5
Jim Levenson
I have been to the museum on a couple of occasions. As a car lover and "head hunter" for a National Auto Show, I visit a number of museums and collections in search of show cars each year. The Lane Motor Museum gives me more smiles per mile than any museum I attend. You will see the largest diversi....
Ashley B
The museum wasn't what we expected but it was still interesting and worth the visit. They have a large collection of European vehicles and the minicar display was our favorite.
Christian Griffith
I've visited the museum at least three times and love the amazing old cars, the unique facility, and the knowledgeable staff. Last time I went, they started a few engines and also had tours of the basement, where more cars are stored and where the repair work happens. This place is a gem for anyone ....
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