Originally founded in 1999, the Pierce-Arrow Museum was located in one of the barn-style buildings belonging to the Gilmore Car Museum in Hickory Corners, Michigan, 16 miles from Kalamazoo. Thanks to the support of a dedicated group of Pierce-Arrow enthusiasts, our own 6,400 square foot building was constructed on the grounds at Gilmore and opened to the public on May 1, 2004. The Gilmore Museum is also home to an adjacent CCCA Museum and to other single marque organizations…Franklin, Lincoln, Ford Model A, and Cadillac-LaSalle. Since 2006, the Museum has displayed an average of 18 Pierce-Arrow automobiles along with a number of bicycles, motorcycles, trucks, trailers, display engines and varied displays of Pierce memorabilia, advertising, photographs and artwork. Each year, over 130,000 people visit the museum campus. The Pierce-Arrow Foundation is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt educational organization under U.S. tax law.