The National Hudson Motor Car Co Museum, located inside a former Hudson dealership in Ypsilanti MI, has a diverse selection of Hudson automobiles, memorabilia, and other Hudson artifacts for your viewing enjoyment.
Established in 2014, the NHMCCM is managed by the Hudson Essex Terraplane Historical Society. It is located in the Ypsilanti Automotive Heritage Museum in Ypsilanti MI, which previously was Miller Motors, a longtime Hudson dealer.
Museum Hours are Tuesday – Sunday: 1:00 to 4:00 PM
100 East Cross Street
Ypsilanti, Mi 48198
Take I-94, exit 183 (Huron St.) North to Cross Street, turn right and you’re in Depot Town. The museum is located at the east end of Depot Town at the corner of Cross & River Streets. Free parking is available behind the museum parallel to the railroad tracks.
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1909 Hudson Model 20 - First Year of Hudson production
National Hudson Motor Car Company Museum
Hudson Accessory Display
The crowd waiting in the Ypsilanti Automotive Heritage Museum.
Behind the counter at the one car showroom
Hudson Invader-Engine for landing craft WWII
K. Poynter's Hudson memorabilia collection
HETHS President Mike Cherry accepting a proclaimation from the city
Jack Miller, who ran Miller Motors for many years.
Entrance to the Miller Motors showroom.
1929 Hudson Roadster owned by Hedley & Pattie Bennett, Ontario Canada
Enjoying the HET Video Display
The NHMCC Museum at the YAHM, Ypsilanti MI
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