Wednesday Night Cruise-In | Presented by: DeNooyer Chevrolet and Your West Michigan Chevy Dealers
Wednesday Night Cruise-Ins at the Gilmore Car Museum have become an annual summer tradition!
It is FREE to bring your collector car on the grounds during Cruise-In and the event is open to the public. On good weather nights, the fun starts at 5 pm and runs until 8 pm, with both George & Sally’s authentic 1941 Blue Moon Diner and The Grill serving hot dogs, hamburgers, and creamy old-fashioned custard throughout the evening.With live music providing the soundtrack, these are evenings you and your family won’t forget! So, plan to bring your ride, snap a photo in front of the 1930s Shell station, cruise our amazing grounds, and enjoy an evening of great wheels and memories.
With the exception of the Blue Moon Diner, the Grill, and the Gilmore Bar, all other Museum buildings are CLOSED during Cruise-Ins. If inclement weather is predicted, the Cruise-In will still take place, but scheduled cruise time will be shortened to 7pm.
Type of Cars:
Limited to show field cars only (classics, muscle, antique, special interest, hot rods, etc).
Within the museum grounds there will be designated areas for parking. Each lot will be filled on a “first here” basis – no reserved or special parking.
- The Grill will be open – serving hot dogs, hamburgers, and chips.
- George & Sally’s Blue Moon Diner – serving regular diner menu items.
- The Gilmore Bar – serving beer, wine, and spirits.
- If inclement weather is predicted, the Grill will NOT be open. Regular menu items will be available in the Diner from 5 – 7pm.
- Don Field – Rat Pack Cruise Ship Style tunes
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.