Lincoln Homecoming Weekend
The 101st anniversary of the Lincoln Motor Company, one of the world’s great luxury marques, will be celebrated in 2023, commemorating the centennial of Lincoln’s acquisition by the Ford Motor Company in February 1922. Originally founded by Henry Leland, Lincoln had begun building luxury passenger cars in 1920.
* Please note museum memberships provide for free spectator admission, but not free participant or vendor admission.
- Please visit Lincoln Motor Car Heritage Museum for more information or to register
- Includes admission to the museum as well as the show
- Adults / Seniors: $20
- Youth (ages 11-17): $12
- Children (10 and under): FREE
- Active Military (must present ID): FREE
- Adult two-day passes: $36
- Youth two-day passes: $20
- Free parking
No. Much like going to a professional sporting event, you cannot get a refund because you can no longer make it. Guests are in charge of finding a person to purchase that ticket or giving it to someone else to use.
Tickets are non-refundable, but are transferable between persons.
Yes, food and/or beverages is available for purchase.
George & Sally's Blue Moon Diner in open daily.
Bringing outside food and/or beverages is prohibited.
Gilmore Car Museum relies on sales from food and beverage to stay in operation.
Smoking is prohibited inside any buildings. The designated smoking area is outside while at least 25 feet away from buildings.
Smoking marijuana is strictly prohibited on museum grounds.
Yes, we accept Visa, Discover, and Mastercard.
Yes. Pets are allowed outside on museum grounds. Pets are not permitted in any building or gallery. All pets must be on a leash at all times and owners are responsible for cleaning up after their pet.