Martin Auto Museum opens to the public in Glendale
PHOENIX — The Martin Auto Museum in Glendale opened its doors to the public last week, featuring more than 140 classic cars and memorabilia from various eras.
After undergoing monthslong developments, the museum at 4320 W. Thunderbird Rd. houses collectibles and automobiles that are available for all fans to see.
An on-site event center is also capable of holding up to 450 people, according to a press release.
The museum is open Tuesdays through Sundays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The auto museum and event center is a nonprofit committed to the preservation of rare and collectible automobiles for educational purposes, according to the release.