|Welcome to the official website of the Seiverling Antique Car and Pedal Car Museum, renamed Seiverling Museum, LLC
Car and Pedal Car Museum. One of the largest toy pedal car collections in Eastern Pennsylvania, 140 in all owned by and
operated by Seiverling Museum, LLC. Due to the passing of the owner, Richard Seiverling, the Museum is taking limited
appointments, (small groups only), at this time due to reorganization; we hope to be able to take more appointments in the
future. The Museum is open by appointment only, with Nights after 6:30 P.M. and Weekends after 1:00 P.M. are preferred.
We are pleased to announce that we will have Museum Open to the Public on select dates in 2014, (the last Sunday of each
month from 1 P.M. to 5 P.M.). Take a look at our Facebook Page for Museum Updates.
|The family would like to thank all that have visited the museum and for all the condolences.
|What's To See At The Museum?
|The museum exhibits include a pedal car collection and a small collection of antique cars. The toy pedal car collection
consists of kids pedal cars not only from America, but also from England, Canada, France, Italy, and even Russia. Pedal
cars, pedal fire trucks, pedal tractors, pedal planes, a pedal boat and a pedal bull dozer are part of the museum display.
Each pedal car has a teddy bear driver, in memory of Richard’s wife, Ethel Seiverling. The antique cars are just as special
as the pedal cars. There is a popular American muscle car exported to Germany, Ford T5, (a Ford Mustang), and of
course we have a matching toy pedal car. The two other cars on display in the museum are from the fully restored
examples of the automobile industry from the 1930's, a 1930 Graham Special 8 Sedan and a 1932 Chrysler CP Series
|Who Has Visited The Museum?
|Many groups have visited the pedal car museum, Car Clubs (looks like a car show in the parking lot), Church Groups,
Nursing Homes, Motorcycle Groups, and such.
|Where Is The Museum Located?
|The Museum is located one block away from the Ephrata Cloister in Ephrata,
Pennsylvania at 66 Lancaster Avenue.
|How Much Is The Admission To The Museum?
|FREE!!! Richard Seiverling started the Museum to enjoy his collection with other people, thus this tradition will continue as
long as possible, donations are accepted.
|New Pedal Cars
available at our Store.
|Please check back to this website for future news about the museum.
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