Wells Auto Museum
Home to more than 80 antique cars, this nonprofit museum appeals to auto enthusiasts and history buffs alike. Founded in 1946 by husband-and-wife team Glen and Judith Gould, the museum contains a wide variety of rare vehicles, including a number of vintage motorcycles. Glen, a traveling salesman, acquired most of the cars one by one on a series of road trips around the country. The collection spans more than a century and represents 45 different makes, including Cadillac, Packard, Stutz, and Rolls-Royce. Now completely restored, the cars range from the 1901 Crestmobile to the newest vehicle, the 1982 Delorian DMC-12.