Browning-Kimball Cars

The Browning-Kimball Car Museum first showed at Union Station in 1981. Named after Matt and Barbara Browning, this museum showcases beautiful classic cars. The Brownings had a large collection of rare and pristine original automobiles. They loaned cars out of their collection to be on rotation inside the museum. After Matt and Barbara passed away (1996 and 1999 respectively), nine of their cars were donated to Ogden City to be on permanent display.

Today, the Browning-Kimball Car Museum is home to 13 classic cars from the golden age of American automobiles. These cars were created from 1901 to 1937, showing the evolution of car craftsmanship through these early years.

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