Last updated: 4/11/2015
Jacksonville, Florida
Street Address
9501 Arlington Expressway
Jacksonville, FL 32225
Mailing Address
9501 Arlington Expressway
Jacksonville, FL 32225
phone: 904-491-2130
Daily10 AM - 6 PM
Please visit our website for details.
Bruce Marble, Art Curator
phone: 904-491-2130

The Jacksonville Automotive Museum, a 501(c)3 Educational Not For Profit organization is the first of its' kind on the First Coast, bringing a World Class automotive experience to Jacksonville!

JAM will house Classic, Exotic, Hot Rod, Racing and Unique Cars, Trucks and even Military vehicles all for the enjoyment of the general public. With hundreds of collectible and unique cars ready to be displayed, JAM will have something for every automotive enthusiast.

JAM offers a complete new attraction to the First Coast visitor that is family friendly, interactive and affordable. JAM will also feature visiting displays from collectors from all parts of the world, cars that a visitor may only ever get to see once in a lifetime. The fact that there is no other major automotive museum in the entire region allows for many collectors to choose to display their priceless automotive collections in Jacksonville before taking them to auctions or after displaying them at the Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance.

JAM will devote a section of the Museum to the most interesting new cars of our time, displaying the current technology and allowing visitors to sit in the driver seat to learn more about the features that have just come to market.


Our mission is to preserve the culture of motoring for future generations.


The museum opened in 2015.

Artifact Collections

JAM features several different classifications of displays:

  • Muscle Cars: Classic and Current Modified Muscle Cars
  • Modified Street: Fast & Furious / Drift Cars
  • European Supercars - From Aston Martin in the UK to Ferrari in Italy.
  • Modern Technology: The latest and greatest the automotive world has to offer.
  • Military: Military vehicles both past, current and future.
  • Concept Cars: Cars that may not have ever made it to the streets.
  • Educational Programs

    JAM provides several educational programs including:

    • Vocational training for underprivileged children in the skills of: Automotive maintenance; Automotive mechanical repair; Automotive body and paint work; and, Automotive frame & alignment
    • Classes will restore a car from junk to showroom to be displayed on site.
    • Work placement with our automotive corporate partners for our vocational students.
    • Automotive restoration classes and workshops for the general public.
    • Engine and suspension tuning courses for hot rod and racing enthusiasts.
    • Art Classes - Learn from the masters to create a painting of your dream car.

    JAMM is located in a 125,000sf facility with a 200+ seat auditorium and full banquet facilities.


    Lecture Halls

    Performance Areas


    JAMM is a Not For Profit 501c3 Corporation in the State of Florida.


    ADA access available for all areas of the museum.

    Wheelchair Accessible



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