Courtesy Photo of Phil MacDougall NNBW Staff Report Monday, March 8, 2021 The Board of Trustees of the National Automobile Museum recently announced that Phil MacDougall has been appointed the new executive director of the Reno-based museum.“The board believes that as we recover from the pandemic and uncertainties of 2020,Read More →

The National Automobile Museum celebrates International Sports Car Racing Day on March 21. Visitors can learn about the impact of sports cars in automotive history and see the 1977 Porsche 935 “Spirit of Nevada” coupe currently on display. Visitors can view the 1977 Porsche 935 “Spirit of Nevada” Coupe asRead More →

Power up your DeLorean… recharge your flux capacitor… and get ready to experience Back to the Future just like Marty McFly! The museum will take guests back in time as they celebrate their 30th anniversary with free community admission, a 1980s-themed costume party with a guest DJ, and photo opsRead More →

newsletters, editor’s selection list, The long-awaited move of the Tasmanian National Automobile Museum to its new headquarters on Lindsay Street in Invermay has come to fruition. The new museum officially opened to the public on September 30, just in time for the school holidays. NAMT Director Phil Costello said itRead More →

community, local business functionality, The Tasmanian National Automobile Museum is much more than a superbly curated showroom of vintage cars, muscle cars, racing cars, motorcycles and other transport legends. This is a significant collection that consistently ranks among the top five tourist attractions in Launceston and number one as aRead More →

The 1907 Thomas Flyer, winner of the 1908 New York-Paris car race. IMAGE: National Automobile Museum The 1907 Thomas Flyer of the National Automobile Museum, winner of the famous New York-Paris motor race in 1908, was inducted into a permanent archive of significant historic automobiles in the Library of CongressRead More →

Michael Graves & Associates have just completed work on the Louwman Collection, the National Automobile Museum of the Netherlands. The project was designed by MGA Principal and Studio Head Gary Lapera, AIA. “For an architect, museums are certainly some of the most rewarding commissions one can receive – they giveRead More →