From Reading: Business 422 to 562 East to Boyertown, past light at Mario’s Pizza to Third St. Left on Third St. to parking lot on left. OR Route 12 East to 73E, make right and continue into Boyertown. Right on S. Reading Avenue at the light. Go one block to Third St., right on Third to parking lot on left.
From Allentown: Route 100S to 73W (Boyertown exit). Right on 73W (Philadelphia Ave to light at S. Reading Ave (Route 562). Make left at light and go one block to Third Street. Right on Third Street. Parking lot is on left hand side.
From King of Prussia: Route 422W to Pottstown exit (Route 100N) to Route 73W (Boyertown exit). Make left at ramp light onto Route 73W (Philadelphia Ave). Proceed to light at S. Reading Ave. (Route 562). Make left at light and go one block to Third Street. Right on Third Street. Parking lot is on left hand side.
85 South Walnut Street
Boyertown, PA 19512
Phone: (610) 367-2090
Hours of Operation
9:30am-4pm daily. Closed major holidays.
$9 – Seniors (60+) or AAA
FREE – Children under 15*
FREE – Members
Call (610) 367-2090 for special group rates
Ample free parking
*Free with the Purchase of an Adult admission or Seniors/AAA admission.
Great day! Thank you. Loved the Mister Softee truck, old Reading Diner, old gas station and all the old cars and trucks.
Went here during the food truck festival with my husband and 2 very young children. I didn’t expect to like it (my husband is the history buff) but it was really cool! I loved seeing the old means of transport and the diner was awesome!
I was impressed by their collection, and the staff was very friendly and knowledgeable, and it was affordable, especially considering that they mostly run off of volunteer effort. I would recommend this museum to anyone for a fun afternoon.
This was one of the most worthwhile museums I have visited in a long time. Its holdings were extremely varied, from vintage penny-farthings, tractors and a Conestoga wagon to twentieth century Duryea’s, Model T’s and a fantastic 1948 woody Chrysler. To top the collection off, there is an original Sunoco gas station and a beautifully restored 1938 diner! Everybody we talked to was exceedingly kind and accommodating, and I would definitely visit the Boyertown Museum of Historic Vehicles again!
This “hidden treasure” in Boyertown is a great family outing. The volunteers are friendly, helpful, and educational, and the exhibits are unparalleled. It’s automotive history with a big helping of American, Pennsylvanian, and Berks County history thrown in. Highly recommended.