This is a private collection of mostly vintage cars & motorcycles, along with period clothing owned by Francis & Gaye Pointon. It opened to the public in 1993. Housed in a military building that started its life at the Featherston Camp, that was then moved north to Pahiatua for Polish refugee children. The building was moved to its present site & set up as a small town 1930's garage complete with all associated automobilia - garage equipment, tools, spares, signs, workshop manuals etc. Along with the vehicles, models of men, women and children in original costume are also part of this main display.
One end of the building houses the office, the other is partitioned to display period settings of original clothing 1870's to 1970's. These displays are changed every 3 months with 'Art Deco' being the theme from February to May.
The museum has expanded over the years & now more buildings on site house more vehicles.
There is also a craft shop & garden to explore.
Groups are welcome by appointment - discounts offered to larger groups.