The National Automobile Museum houses more than 220 antique, vintage, classic, special-interest, and "cars-of-the-stars" vehicles from the Bill Harrah Collection. The cars are displayed in a realistic street theme complete with asphalt hallways and '50s and '60s-style diners and drive-in movie sets.
There are several celebrity vehicles located here including a 1941 Chrysler Newport owned by Lana Turner's husband, the 1907 Thomas Flyer which won the 1908 New York to Paris race, James Dean's 1949 Mercury Coupe from Rebel Without a Cause, and a gold-plated 1981 De Lorean LK Sport Coupe.
The Museum is available for private parties and events and there is a small gift shop. The admission price for adults is $10, seniors are $8 and children are $4. Ages 5 and under get in free.