Museums | Sights
Annual Holiday Party America's Packard Museum is the original Packard dealership built for Dayton in 1917. The Museum consists of two buildings. The Main Museum is the oldest building that includes the original showroom, service department and parts department. The Packard Pavilion was built by the dealership in 1930 to accommodate junior Packard sales and to expand on the service department. A docent will be on staff to provide guests with information about the dealership, the Packard Motorcar Company and the collection. Lunch: Roast Turkey with Baked Ham Parking: Street Parking is available on S. Ludlow Street and Franklin Street by the Museum. Off street parking is available between the buildings of the Museum off of Franklin Street. A Museum event parking sign will be posted.