The Walter P. Chrysler Museum will reopen to the public this summer after closing its doors in December 2012, MLive reports.
The museum features significant vehicles from Chrysler Corporation’s history, including those from the automaker’s Dodge, Plymouth, Jeep, AMC and Hudson brands, among others. The museum also showcases the automaker’s role in WWII, the introduction of the HEMI V8 engine, the introduction of the minivan and more.
Fiat Chrysler became directly involved with the museum in 2012 after purchasing its collection of 67 vehicles and displays. The Museum opened to the public on October 5, 1999 and was the first on-site museum to be built by a North American car manufacturer.
The Walter P. Chrysler museum will be reopen for select weekends starting June 4th before closing again on December 18th, 2016. Click here for a full schedule and to plan your visit to the museum.