General Motors Heritage Center Tour ~ 110+ Years of GM History

The GM Heritage Center Tour
The GM Heritage Center Tour
 

The General Motors Heritage Center serves as a showplace for the vehicles of the GM Heritage Collection and as the permanent home for the corporation’s collection of historic literature and artifacts which document GM’s rich history of innovation.

Located in an 81,000 square foot facility in Sterling Heights, Michigan, the Center has approximately 165 vehicles on display.

General Motors Heritage Center in Sterling Heights, Michigan

Each of the vehicles in the Collection illustrates a design, technical or sales milestone or accomplishment in the history of General Motors or automotive history in general.

Hoonigan AutoFocus Gets Private Tour

While the museum is not open to the public for individual visits (group tour info below), Larry Chen gets a private tour with GM representative Peggy Vezina.

Whether you’re a GM fanatic or not, it is mind-blowing to be in one room with 160+ cars spanning 100+ years of Chevrolet, Cadillac, Buick, and more.

And, they’re all in MINT condition! Enjoy this 1-hour long walkthrough of an incredible amount of GM history…

General Motors Heritage Center

6400 Center Dr, Sterling Heights, MI 48312 ~ 586-932-5700
www.GMHeritageCenter.com

The Collection

The GM North American Heritage Collection is made up of approximately 600 cars and trucks. Concept cars and special-interest styling/performance one-offs are part of the mix, along with significant race cars and milestone production vehicles.

The GM Heritage Collection is ever-changing. New vehicles are constantly being obtained to fully represent GM’s product story of the past 100+ years.

Group Tours

We are not open to the public for individual visits; however, the GM Heritage Center can be reserved for group tours, conferences, meetings, and special events. Group tours are available to groups, clubs, or staff, and require a 30-person minimum.

Editor’s Note: Due to COVID-19 precautions, the GM Heritage Center is closed to visitors at this time. Normal operations are expected to return when it is safe to do so.