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Wheels of Yesteryear Car Museum

413 Hospitality Lane

About Us:

Wheels of Yesteryear opened in the Myrtle Beach area September 30, 2009. The local community was quick to embrace the museum and it’s inclusion as one of the area’s tourist attractions. Word quickly spread, and our visitors began coming from all over the globe. As Myrtle Beach is a popular destination for guests from all over the world, we’ve seen visitors from all 50 states and 14 countries, as of October 2011. When you drop in to visit, make sure to sign our Guest Registry!

The cars showcased at Wheels of Yesteryear belong to long-time car enthusiast Paul Cummings and his wife Carol. The exception is the Joe Dirt movie car, which is on loan. The complete collection consists of over 100 cars. Cummings' life-long admiration of American-made cars and trucks was his motivation for displaying his private collection in public. This amazing collection has been over 45 years in the making. The vehicles displayed at Wheels of Yesteryear allow museum visitors to see and appreciate the true beauty and craftsmanship of cars from previous eras.

Dedicated automobile enthusiasts and casual fans alike will find something interesting and exciting within the Wheels of Yesteryear auto showcase. Go down memory lane at Wheels of Yesteryear; it’s a nice place to visit.


linda steelers

Friday, March 30, 2018
A blast from the past. Great little stop. Lots and lots of cool cars in decent shape. Reasonably priced. If you like old American muscle cars it's a must see. Owners are onsite to answer questions.

Karma Clark

Tuesday, July 3, 2018
Not as big of a museum as we thought. Not a big variety either. Not much fun for families with small kids. We won't be back. Everything in the gift shop is way overpriced. Felt like it was a waste of money. They shouldn't charge for kids at all. They only had 1 car from AMC also.

Tracey Buchanan

Thursday, July 12, 2018
We stopped in expecting to see cars on display. It's more of a car memorabilia shop, with a charge to go into the museum. We chose not to go in, as I felt $11 to view the cars was a bit pricey.

Carla Williams

Saturday, March 24, 2018
My son and I went in, super excited to see some great cars. No one was in the office. No one ever came out to help us at all even though we could hear people in there. Not to mention the cameras, I'm sure we were seen as well.

Melanie Brown

Tuesday, June 26, 2018
Very nice display of cars, the gentleman who works there was very kind and gave us detailed information on the owners and cars.

Wheels of Yesteryear Car Museum is not affiliated with AmericanTowns Media