This SATURDAY, MAY 27th
FREE Concert
10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

CAST IN BRONZE CARRILON and
our Band Organ THE GENERAL

Small Craft Show in our Lobby

Outside the American Treasure Tour Museum
RAIN or SHINE

$2 OFF American Treasure Tour Admission that day in celebration of the Memorial Day Holiday.

Scroll down for Map with our location.

The American Treasure Tour is an all-indoor massive collection of Americana from antiques to kitsch to pop culture. Two of our primary exhibits include mechanical music and preserved classic automobiles. The mechanical music display explores hundreds of machines, such as nickelodeons, band organs, and music boxes. In addition to seeing the sights, you will hear the great sounds of the music from days gone by. Additionally, we have a jam-packed display of store window animations, dolls, doll houses, model airplanes, circus and patriotic art, holiday items, and many more wonderful surprises. Take a ride on our tram and enjoy a guided tour through our vast collection!

The American Treasure Tour is
open Monday through Friday by reservation for the following:
Custom Tours • Exclusive Tours

Open Monday through Saturday by reservation for the following:
Group Tours

Open Saturday for General Admission, 10am to 3pm.
We do not take reservations for Saturday Tours.

Closed on Sundays

 
 
 
 

Our Location

~We highly recommend using the directions below~

We are located in the 422 Business Complex.  Our Google Directions are: 
One American Treasure Way, Oaks, PA

We are next to the Homique Store and located in the same building as The Dump Furniture Store.  Our front door faces 422.

From the Turnpike:

  • Take Valley Forge exit. Stay to the right.
  • Follow signs to 422 WEST.
  • Travel approximately seven miles on 422 WEST.
  • Get off at OAKS exit and turn LEFT.
  • At second traffic light make LEFT onto Mill Road.
  • PASS Regal Cinema Movie Theater; DO NOT TURN at stop sign.
  • Make RIGHT onto American Treasure Way, next to large 422 BUSINESS CENTER sign.
  • Enter through the large double glass doors.

From Route 30:

  • Take 202 NORTH to 422 WEST.
  • Travel approximately seven miles on 422 WEST.
  • Get off at OAKS exit and turn LEFT.
  • At second traffic light make LEFT onto Mill Road.
  • PASS Regal Cinema Movie Theater; DO NOT TURN at stop sign.
  • Make RIGHT onto American Treasure Way, next to large 422 BUSINESS CENTER sign.
  • Enter through the large double glass doors.

From 422 traveling east:

  • Get off at Oaks exit. Turn LEFT.
  • Make LEFT at first traffic light onto Mill Road.
  • PASS Regal Cinema Movie Theater; DO NOT TURN at stop sign.
  • Make RIGHT onto American Treasure Way, next to large 422 BUSINESS CENTER sign.
  • Enter through the large double glass doors.

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The American Treasure Tour is centrally located in Southeastern Pennsylvania, just west of Valley Forge National Historical Park in Montgomery County and abutting Chester County, Pennsylvania.  We are 20 miles outside of Philadelphia, and an easy drive from other destination cities including Reading, Pottstown, Lancaster, and Wilmington.  We are a great destination for anyone with a sense of fun and a love of Americana .  See our collection of miniature circuses and sideshow art, our classic automobiles, and twentieth century popular culture of all varieties.  We have hundreds of automatic music machines (nickelodeons and band organs from famous companies of old including Wurlitzer, Seeburg, and Link), as well as hobbyist-built model airplanes, movie posters and record albums, music boxes, dolls and dollhouses in our 100,000.  Tours include a tram ride experience, where we bring you through the collection - your visit promises to be light-hearted and informative. 

Make a day of it, too!  After you spend your morning with the American Treasure Tour, drive a short distance to other nearby attractions, including Longwood Gardens (Kennett Square, PA), Sight and Sound (Lancaster, PA), the American Helicopter Museum (West Chester, PA), and the Arnold's Family Fun Center, located  right in the same building as the American Treasure Tour here in Oaks.