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Mack Trucks Historical Museum

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Mack Trucks Historical Museum
11 Grammes Road
AllentownPA 18103
(610) 351-8999

Ages: 0 and up

Cost: The Mack Trucks Historical Museum is a 501(C)(3) non-profit organization, and therefore there is no admission fee for a tour. However, a $5 donation per visitor, over the age of 12, is suggested. Your contributions go directly to our efforts to preserve

Parking: Yes


The Mack Museum was born as a non-profit corporation in 1984 and commemorates Mack history through photos, memorabilia, and a collection of vintage Mack truck models.  In addition to being the authority on all things Mack, the Mack Trucks Historical Museum also restores and preserves vintage Mack Trucks and memorabilia for all to enjoy. Group tours and field trips are available by appointment only. Please contact the museum via the “Contact Us” tab on our website: If you do not have internet access you may call the museum at (610) 351-8999.

Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Closed: Tuesdays, Thursdays, Weekends, and Holidays, see website for special events closure schedule:


Tour hours are currently: 

10:00, 10:30, 11:00, 11:30

Closed for lunch 12-12:30

12:30, 1:00, 1:30, 2:00, 2:30, 3:00 (last tour)

Walk-ins are welcome. No reservations needed for groups of up to 10. Group tours of more than 10 people must be scheduled in advance, so that we may have adequate personnel on hand to serve you. If using a computer, fill out the request form by clicking on "Contact Us" in the upper right corner. If using a mobile device, touch the "people" icon in the upper right corner.

Lead time to approve is one to two weeks.

Please use the following GPS address: “11 Grammes Road, Allentown PA 18103” and follow the signs to the Mack Museum. 

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Reviewed on 07/29/2014

My 2 yr old loved getting to see the trucks for his birthday! They gave us a special tour so we could get right to the trucks and wouldn't have to wait for the next full tour with all the history talk. (I plan to go back again so I can enjoy the history talk.)
Trucks on display include fire trucks, garbage trucks, big rigs, and many restored historic trucks. Also, one of the trucks from the Transformers movie filming in Bethlehem. Some trucks even have platforms so you can climb inside.
Engines, transmissions, and other truck parts on display as well.
Definitely worth a visit!

Mack Trucks Historical Museum