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  • My Valley Cars: Packard Museum Edition

    Maryann Porinchak, Executive Director of the National Packard Museum, gives us a personal tour for My Valley Cars! There's so much more to see and...
  • My Valley Cars: Packard Museum Motorcycles April 2021

    If you like to ride with two wheels, this is a must-see segment!
  • Event Announcement: "Lighting the Way", Saturday March 27th at 12pm

    “Lighting the Way”: Packard Incandescent Lamp History The National Packard Museum will resume in-person educational programming on Saturday, March...
  • GALLERIES ARE OPEN “ROLL YOUR OWN” Motorcycle Exhibit OPENED FEBRUARY 6, 2021-May 22, 2021

      NATIONAL PACKARD MUSEUM REOPENS GALLERIES TO THE PUBLIC--Motorcycle Exhibit to Open February 6th Out of an abundance of caution for guests, volun...
  • Lampville USA

    Why Was Warren, Ohio called Lampville USA?

    In the 1910s, Warren made more lightbulbs than any city other than New York and Warren was the first city to light its streets entirely with incandescent lamps.


    We hope you enjoy watching "Lampville USA" and Warren's contribution to modern society.

     

  • Packard Family Genealogy Tour Success

    National Packard Museum Hosts Successful Genealogy Tour (Packard family gravesite, including father Warren and his wife, and some of their childr...
  • New Arrivals!

    Check out some of the new arrivals at the Packard Museum Store!  We have a great selection of items available for in store or online purchases.   T...
  • Howard Hughes Gives A Packard To Jean Peters

    The National Packard Museum in Warren, Ohio presents the Howard Hughes, Jean Peters 1955 Packard.
  • Warren-Built Packard Exhibit Video Tour

    The National Packard Museum, Warren, Ohio  presents a special tour of the Warren Built Packard Exhibit with Charles Ohlin, Director of Education and Research.
  • Packard Philanthropy

    Generosity of the Packard Brothers
  • FIRST PACKARD SALESMAN, ASSISTED J.W. PACKARD WITH HORSELESS VEHICLE

    First Automobile Show Held in Madison Square Garden, New York