The Branson Auto & Farm Museum showcases more than 150 classic and collectible vehicles and 180 farm tractors and implements, presenting a visual history of our love affair with cars. Ranging from a 1927 Form Model T Coupe to a 1963 VW Beetle in mint condition, the cars are mostly American but include imports. Good descriptions are included with all cars, making a walk through the museum’s 2-acre indoor facilities highly educational. And in case you’re interested, many cars are even for sale, which means the inventory is constantly changing. If you’re hankering for a black 1958 Cadillac Biarritz with only 19 miles on it that will set you back $186,100, this is the place for you–and all the choices will blow your mind. And because the museum’s owner grew up in the Midwest and worked in both farming and ranching (he was once the largest single independent corn farmer in the US), the museum also displays his collection of old farming implements and equipment, many found in the barns of property he purchased. This place is truly one of a kind.