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Skip the line to RV/MH Hall of Fame and Museum

4.8 (10)
Elkhart, US
4.8 (10)
Elkhart, US
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Experience the ultimate journey through the history of RVs and manufactured housing at the RV/MH Hall of Fame and Museum. Skip the line and explore this remarkable facility, the only one of its kind in the world. Discover over 60 vintage campers, trailers, and motorhomes dating from 1913 to 1985, including units previously owned by celebrities and industry pioneers. Immerse yourself in the rich heritage of the RV industry and witness firsthand the evolution of this iconic form of travel. The future holds even more excitement, as a 21k square foot manufactured housing museum is set to open in the summer of 2022. Whether you're a fan of the RV lifestyle or simply curious about its origins, this tour offers a captivating and immersive experience. Don't miss your chance to be a part of history at the RV/MH Hall of Fame and Museum.

About this experience

  • Free Cancellation For a full refund cancel at least before the start of your booking
  • Admission Included
  • 1 hours - 4 hours
  • Suitable for 1-15 Participants
  • Self Guided Experience & Audio Guided
  • Explore a one-of-a-kind museum with vintage campers
  • See units owned by celebrities and RV industry pioneers
  • Get a glimpse of the future manufactured housing museum
  • Skip the line and save time
  • Immerse yourself in the history of RV and Manufactured housing industries
  • Skip-the-line tickets
  • Wheel chairs

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Introduction

Experience an extraordinary journey through the history of recreational vehicles at the RV/MH Hall of Fame and Museum. This unique facility showcases the rich heritage of the RV and Manufactured housing industries, making it a must-visit destination for both enthusiasts and curious travelers. Located within a 50-mile radius of where over 80 percent of the RVs in North America are manufactured, this one-of-a-kind museum offers a fascinating insight into the evolution of campers, trailers, and motorhomes. Immerse yourself in the stories of these iconic vehicles, from early pioneers to celebrity owners, and gain a deeper appreciation for the impact of the RV industry.

What to expect?

During your visit to the RV/MH Hall of Fame and Museum, prepare to be captivated by the extensive collection of over 60 vintage campers, trailers, and motorhomes ranging from 1913 to 1985. These meticulously restored units provide a glimpse into the past and serve as a testament to the craftsmanship and innovation that have shaped the RV industry. Additionally, you can look forward to exploring a vast library filled with invaluable resources on RVs and Manufactured housing. In the summer of 2022, an exciting addition to the facility will be unveiled—a 21,000 square foot manufactured housing museum, offering further insights into this thriving industry.

Who is this for?

The RV/MH Hall of Fame and Museum is a must-visit for anyone fascinated by the history of recreational vehicles and the manufactured housing industry. Whether you're a seasoned RV traveler, a history buff, or simply curious about the origins of these iconic mobile homes, this experience caters to a wide range of interests. Families, couples, and individuals alike will find something intriguing within the halls of this unique museum. No matter your age or background, the RV/MH Hall of Fame and Museum promises to be an educational and engaging adventure.

Why book this?

Booking a visit to the RV/MH Hall of Fame and Museum guarantees an unforgettable experience filled with nostalgia, educational value, and a unique glimpse into the world of recreational vehicles. As you wander through the exhibits, you'll be transported back in time, surrounded by beautifully restored vintage campers that once belonged to celebrities or played a significant role in the industry's development. The upcoming addition of the manufactured housing museum further enhances the experience, providing a comprehensive understanding of this thriving sector. Make memories, gain insights, and appreciate the cultural and historical significance of RVs by booking this captivating journey through time.

Good to know

To make the most of your visit to the RV/MH Hall of Fame and Museum, allow a total duration of 60 to 240 minutes. The museum acts as a meeting point, where you can embark on a unique adventure through the history of the RV industry. Please note that certain inclusions and exclusions may apply; details can be obtained upon booking. Prepare to be amazed by the extensive collection of vintage campers and trailers, and keep an eye out for the exciting expansion with the addition of the manufactured housing museum in summer 2022. Immerse yourself in this exceptional destination and discover the wonders that lie within the RV/MH Hall of Fame and Museum.

Reviews

Visitors rave about their experiences at the RV/MH Hall of Fame and Museum, praising its extensive collection, informative exhibits, and knowledgeable staff. Guests have shared their delight in exploring the vintage campers and trailers, each telling a unique story and offering a glimpse into the past. Many appreciate the museum's dedication to preserving the history of the RV and Manufactured housing industries. Overall, visitors leave with a deepened appreciation for the impact of RVs and manufactured housing on American culture, making it a highly recommended destination for both RV enthusiasts and curious travelers.

How long before the event do I need to book?

  • You can book at any time before the event

Vouchers accepted in the following formats

  • Mobile

Is an adult required for the booking?

  • At least one adult or senior required per booking

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RV/MH Hall of Fame and Museum

One of a kind museum with over 60 vintage campers/trailers/motorhomes ranging from 1913 to 1985. Units that were previous owned by celebrities and/or were pioneers to the development of the RV industry. Future 21k square foot manufactured housing museum will be available to experience in the summer of 2022.

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Reviews

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4.8 (10)

Joyce_L

Just very interesting since we’re rvrs. Definitely worth the trip! Loved the old units. Nice layout.

Susan W

Greeted by Connie right when the doors opened. Very friendly and informative! When I left an hour ir so later she was just as pleasant! The entire staff I encountered was welcoming. Very clean and organized. Displays well presented. Gift shop not ‘overpriced’ . I stayed in the lot through Harvest Host and comfortably was able to choose a ‘useful’ purchase without feeling ‘ I hate to spend that much’ on something I could get elsewhere more reasonably. Being an RVr it was definitely interesting to see from 1913 to present the evolution of our joy in traveling! ‘Skip the line’ buying my ticket the Senior price was $3 less than at the museum!!

gaffroz

Learned a lot about the history of RVs. I’m not an RV person, but the museum was educational and interesting. The Hall of Fame part is a work-in-progress. If you’re an RV person you will probably enjoy it.

Farmfam1997

Interesting to see how RV’ing all started. We love canning and cannot wait to do more once completely retired.

Scott S

Using skip the line saved us $18. We would have paid $75; instead, we paid $57. The museum was excellent and well worth the price of admission. The vintage RVs were fascinating, and visitors are able to go into about half of them. The section of the museum dedicated to manufactured housing is a can't miss. It provides a comprehensive look at the evolution of design of mobile homes.

Shannon D

If you like xamping and vehicles this is great. Fun selection of all types of campers and mobile homes. Our kids loved seeing all of ut

S6458LJmaryc

I used to camp with my parents in a crank-up tent trailer, and always envied the people with the fancy RVs. It was so much fun to go through the museum and see how RVs have progressed over the years. It renewed my desire to own a camper of my own! I also enjoyed the modular home displays.

928sarat

They have done a marvelous job of showcasing the history of the different types of RV’s and the companies and individuals who built them. If you are interested in RV’s, this is the place for you. We loved it!

j0y68

We visited today knowing they were coming off their yearly show. What we weren’t prepared for, was paying full price for an half experience. Our first clue, was a man returning to the front desk complaining there wasn’t anything on display in the show halls. Yes the girl explained, most of the trailers were moved outside for the show. He was correct. What was left inside, were just a few lined up along the walls. Some were locked and we couldn’t even see in the windows. There were 2 halls with a handful of trailers in each. Since it was a pretty day, we walked outside to see what was open in the parking lot. Again, disappointed. Many were locked, a few were open to look inside. Would have been nice to get a peek inside the Tioga and Philly Eagles bus. Only after we returned home, did we realize there was an whole section of manufactured homes. I have no clue where they were. I guess behind the set of closed dark doors. This museum should not have been open after the show, or at least have been highly discounted. This museum has great potential, but the way it was today, was severely lacking. In hind-site, We could have done most of it for free outside. Wouldn’t recommend unless one is assured the whole place is open, and all displays are in the proper place to make it worth the money.

HeyKell

This is a great museum! I had a fun time touring RVs through the decades. I thought the arrangement and display of the museum was cute (along a "road"), and the campers were well maintained. It was like going back in time as I walked through and looked through them. It was an enjoyable way to spend some time with friends!
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