COVID-19 Update

The Vintage Auto Museum of New Jersey (VAM-NJ) will reopen to visitors on September 12, 2020 with a limited schedule. The museum will be open Saturday and Sunday from 12:00 pm until 4:00 pm. This reduced schedule will remain in effect until further notice based on community health and availability of volunteers. VAM-NJ is New Jersey's only public, nonprofit auto museum staffed solely by volunteers.
The museum will employ an enhanced cleaning protocol of contact areas for visitors. In addition, the following guidelines will be in place for visitors:

  • All visitors must wear a mask or appropriate face covering. (No mask, no entry)
  • Social Distancing (6 feet apart) from other visitors and hosts at all times.
  • Visitors will be asked to sign a release and provide contact information.
  • The amount of visitors inside the museum will be limited and visitors will be asked to limit stay when others are waiting.
  • No Food or Drinks will be permitted except for water.
  • Hand sanitizer will be available.
  • VAM-NJ reserves the right to close the museum at any time.

Like any other public space, the VAM-NJ cannot guarantee a germ free environment and visitors enter at their own risk. For their safety and the safety of others, including our volunteers, we ask that anyone not feeling well or those who have been in contact with people with symptoms refrain from visiting the museum at this time.
The museum supports operations through an annual car raffle. This year, a 1965 Ford Mustang convertible is being raffled and community support is needed. Tickets are $5 each, 3 for $10, or a book of 6 for $20. Tickets can be obtained by sending a check made out to Vintage Auto Museum of NJ and mailing it to the museum at 1800 Bay Ave, Building #13, Point Pleasant, NJ 08742. More information is available at our website

Reopening of Museum Display

The NJ Vintage Auto Museum's Display (starting September 12, 2020)

Currently, vehicles on display include the following:

1896 Quadricycle
1913 Mercer Runabout
1927 Model T truck
1931 Model A Coupe
1940 Buick four door convertible
1956 Chevrolet Convertible
1982 Buick Riviera Coupe

*Also on display is this year's raffle car, which is a 1965 Ford Mustang convertible.