The Estes-Winn Antique Car Museum
The car museum is closed for the winter season. It will reopen on April 1. If you would like to schedule a group tour for spring, please contact Grovewood Gallery at 828.253.7651.
A popular attraction on the Grovewood grounds is the Estes-Winn Antique Car Museum. Established in 1965 by Asheville businessman Harry Blomberg, the museum is home to several rare and vintage automobiles, as well as some original horse-drawn carriages and Asheville's own American LaFrance fire engine. The cars have been preserved in their mostly original and running condition.
Admission is free, but donations are greatly appreciated and help us maintain the vehicles and the historic building which houses them.
Tour groups are welcome! Guided tours for larger groups are available for a $50 minimum donation. Please allow 1 hour for guided tours and call at least 3 weeks in advance so we can help plan your visit (828.253.7651).
EVENT SPACE RENTAL
The museum space is available to rent during the months of April - December for small private events. To request rental prices, contact Grovewood Gallery at 828.253.7651. Please reserve space at least 6 weeks prior to your event. Extended hours are available for private functions.
Monday - Saturday: 10am - 5pm
Sunday: 11am - 5pm
*The museum is closed January - March.
YEAR VEHICLE DESCRIPTION
1913 Ford Model T Touring (also called “Tin Lizzie” and “Flivver”)
1915 Ford Model T Touring (also called “Copperhead”)
1916 Willys Overland Touring
1922 REO Flying Cloud Touring
1922 American LaFrance Fire Truck (Type 20)
1925 Dodge Brothers Touring (4-door)
1926 Cadillac (7 Passenger Limo)
1927 LaSalle Phaeton (4-door)
1928 Pontiac Sedan (4-door)
1928 Chandler Sedan (4-door)
1929 Ford Model A Coupe (with rumble seat)
1929 Chevrolet Sedan (4-door)
1932 Chevrolet Business Coupe
1940 Packard 120 Coupe
1940 Buick Century Sedan (4-door)
1950 MG TD Roadster
1955 Cadillac Sedan (4-door)
1957 Cadillac Eldorado
HORSE DRAWN VEHICLES: The Estes-Winn Antique Car Museum has four carriages including a Stanhope Gig made by Brewster & Co. (New York, NY) and a Surrey made by Henry Hooker & Co. (New Haven, CT).
The museum also features three Roycroft chandeliers and an authentic moonshine still!