Visitor Info

The International Monster Truck Museum & Hall of Fame Exhibit is housed inside the Kruse Automotive & Carriage Museum, located in Auburn, Indiana. The IMTM is a gallery along with Military History Center, Carl Casper Collection, and Race Cars. The monster truck display currently features a rotating schedule of up to four classic monster trucks on display and additional historical displays featuring memorabilia and much more are coming soon.

In addition to the ever growing IMTM exhibit, the Kruse Automotive & Carriage Museum features a variety of vehicles to entertain the whole family. All under one roof you can enjoy the classic beauty of a Duesenberg, and feel an adrenaline rush looking at the aerodynamic lines of an Indy race car. Admire the workmanship and ingenuity of antique carriages and get a close-up look at cars from your television and movie favorites.

Hours of Operation

The Kruse Automotive & Carriage Museum is open 7 days a week.

Opens:  9:00AM
Closes:  5:00PM

The museum is closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day.

Admission

Regular Adult Admission $10
Seniors (ages 55 and over) $8
Children (ages 7-12) $6
Non-WWII Veterans and Active Military Servicepeople $4
WWII Veterans (with ID) and museum members Free
Children (under age 7) Free
Family Pass (Two adults and dependent children) $25

– Special rates are available for groups, tour groups, senior groups, and student groups.
– Guided tours of the museum are available for an additional $20 per group.
– Other restrictions may apply. Please call the museum at 260.927.9144 to schedule in advance.

Directions

The Kruse Automotive & Carriage Museum is located off of Interstate 69 (exit 126) near Auburn, Indiana, just minutes north of Fort Wayne, Indiana, and south of the US 80/90 Toll Road. From I-69, at Exit 126 head west, the drive to the museum is the second on the right. Our address is: 5634 CR 11A, Auburn, IN 46706.

Contact us with any questions and we look forward to your visit!

While your in town…

You can find more to do in town during your visit and information on the Passport Ticket for all museums by going to the Visitors Bureau.