The Studebaker National Museum, located in South Bend, Indiana, serves as a center for education, preservation, and interpretation of design and innovation for Studebaker and related automotive and South Bend industries. Guests travel through time as they begin with their visit with an introduction Studebaker family and their carriage and wagon business. From carriages and wagons, the story moves onto Studebaker’s evolution into one of the classic American car manufacturers. The Museum has rotating displays of about over one-hundred vehicles, related automobilia, and the Studebaker corporate archives. In addition, the Museum cares for the world’s largest collection of U.S. presidential carriages. Through all of these items The Museum strives to spark the imagination and ignite interest and passion for design, innovation, and overall impact of the automobile and its related industries.