Sturgis Car Museum

“To preserve the Saab automobiles for future generations to enjoy and inspire the Spirit of Saab through repair education, parts production and a library of Saab literature.”

About Sturgis Car Museum

The Saab Heritage Car Museum USA offers a unique opportunity to see and celebrate Saab’s contributions to the American automotive landscape. Featuring over 80 cars, including rare Saabs from the GM Heritage Collection, as well as the oldest Saab in the country, the Saab Heritage Museum USA is a must-see attraction in Sturgis, South Dakota! Planning to visit the Museum? Check out our calendar for upcoming events, and be sure to follow us on Facebook for up-to-the-minute photos, videos, and updates!

The Saab Heritage Museum USA is a 501(c)(3) public charity. You can make donations to help us with operating costs. Please contact us if you have other items you wish to donate to the museum. We appreciate your help in keeping Saab history alive in the USA!

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Very informative, will answer any question you have, and super friendly place! Loved it!

Very worthwhile stop if visiting or a local in the area. We loved learning about the story of each car. And if you are really nice, Tom might fire up a couple for you! Thanks so much for adding to my 2020 graduate's trip - he loved it!

A worthwhile stop to any Sturgis visitor! Each car has a fascinating story. Any car-guy/gal would enjoy it. History buffs would like it too. One of the finest collection of Saab cars on the planet. A must see for any car enthusiast.

Great place! Unbelievable collection and knowledgeable folks who know these cars. A must see!

Great place!!! Lots of interesting and rare cars. Very friendly staff!!!! Highly recommended!!!!

This place is the Smithsonian Museum of Saabs! I loved all the history and the extremely large collection of everything Saab. From rare originals to race cars to vintage and collectors editions, there is something for every car enthusiast to enjoy. I would highly recommend taking the time to visit. I will be going back again when I have more time!

The Museum has an amazing collection of 2 stroke, V4, and 4 cylinder engines in an array of cars from the 1950s to 2000s. I really enjoyed the collection and plan on returning.