Studebaker National Museum

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5January 16, 2019Whether you are in town for a sporting event at Notre Dame or for some other reason the Studebaker National Museum is well worth several hours of your time. If you really want to experience all it...Read More
5January 9, 2019We combined our visit to the Studebaker Museum with the History Museum and a tour of the Oliver Mansion. We spent a couple of hours looking at the cars and wandering that area, which can be paid for...Read More
4December 28, 2018Our group of six agreed that this museum was worth the visit. I, especially, cherished viewing the Presidential carriages. All of us learned something about Studebaker and would recommend this museum.Read More
Downtown South Bend
201 South Chapin Street, South Bend, IN 46601


The Studebaker National Museum is a state-of-the-art, 55,000-square-foot facility that opened in October 2005. The building has three levels and features fully climate-controlled galleries and storage facilities to ensure the best possible care for the Collection. The Studebaker National Museum was designed by South Bend’s own James Childs Architects and features several design elements from Studebaker’s factory buildings. It is home to roughly 120 vehicles spanning 150 years of automotive history that all took place right here in South Bend, Indiana. The museum is also home to one of the largest collections of Presidential Carriages in the country, including the carriage that carried President Lincoln to Ford's Theatre on the night of his assassination. Studebaker National Museum is adjacent to The History Museum.