Nelson Classic Car Museum is one of NZs finest private motor vehicle collections. Admire 150 immaculate cars from more than 110 years of motoring Drink great coffee & eat fresh food Buy handmade art, jewellery and Museum merchandise.
Nelson Classic Car Museum (NCCM) is the best place to see more than 150 cars in immaculate condition. From our little 1908 Renault AX, to classics of the 1950s including Vauxhalls, Triumphs and Cadillacs, through to the exquisite mastery of Jaguar and Ferrari, our Museum is the place to marvel and admire an incredible collection of iconic cars. Come and relive your own memories of your grandad’s car, your first car and your dream car!
Located between Nelson city and Nelson Airport, the Museum is ideal for both local and national gatherings, with the whole of the Nelson/Tasman region at its doorstep.
Whether it’s a meeting, focus group, business brainstorming session, strategic planning day, a small private event or wedding; the Museum’s stylish recently refurbished Board Room will accommodate.
Little Engine Eatery
Rosetta and Rebecca are passionate about healthy food and exceptional coffee. You’ll be welcomed to their freshly re-styled café with an irresistible range of wholesome, tasty, made-on-the-premises munchable goodness for brunch, lunch, and general all-day snacks. Plus, thanks to L’affare, they promise to take serious care of your coffee needs. So whether you’re here for the cars, a meeting, a catch-up with friends, or some re-fuelling for your bicycling adventures, the Little Engine Eatery has got you sorted.
Nelson has always been a hub for designers and makers – something we like to show-off in our Museum Gallery. Take a moment to peruse our selection of funky ceramics, eye-catching jewellery, beautiful prints, fascinating books and oh so many more mementos and collectables. We are your one-stop shop for gifts, as well as those all-important self-rewards!
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