Celebrating the proud American heritage of an automotive original, the 55,000-square-foot Walter P. Chrysler Museum features three stories of more than 65 antique, custom and concept vehicles interspersed with interactive displays and historical exhibits that tell the story of the automaker's contributions to automotive design, technology and innovation, as well as the automobile's impact on American culture.

The Museum also houses a movie theater and a gift shop. The Museum features three continuously-running short films:
•The Early Years: The Life and Times of Walter P. Chrysler explores the background, creations and contributions of the automotive industry leader.
•Speed and Power highlights the corporation's performance vehicle breakthroughs.
•Inside the Tech Center follows the development of new vehicles within Chrysler Group LLC's Auburn Hills, Michigan Tech Center, on the grounds it shares with the Walter P. Chrysler Museum.

The Walter P. Chrysler Museum is located on the Chrysler Group LLC headquarters complex in Auburn Hills, Michigan, approximately 30 miles north of downtown Detroit. Easily accessible from I-75 at exit 78 (Chrysler Drive), the Museum is located at the southeast corner of the complex, at the intersection of Featherstone and Squirrel Roads.

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