Even if you aren't a car nut, the Antique Car Museum is a treat. The museum is a reproduction of a Packard showroom from the 1920s. The collection houses more than 20 Packards built between 1905 and the 1940s, including a hearse, a fire truck, and a paddy wagon. The cars are not only beautiful examples of car history, they’re maintained well enough to be driven right out the door. The staff members, who are car nuts, add new dimensions to the cars for those of us who don't know a carburetor from a compressor.