Rolls-Royce Foundation Museum
About The Rolls-Royce Foundation Museum
The Rolls-Royce Foundation is an independent non-profit charitable organization dedicated to the preservation and promotion of the heritage of Rolls-Royce and Bentley Motorcars. The Rolls-Royce Foundation Museum Library and Research Center in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, is a non-profit organization and is situated adjacent to the Rolls-Royce Owner’s Club (RROC) headquarters in a large L-shaped building. Currently, more than 20 Rolls-Royce and Bentley automobiles are on display ranging in age from a Springfield-built 1929 Rolls-Royce Phantom I Limousine with coachwork by Brewster, to a 1985 Silver Spirit 4-Door Saloon. Other vehicles include a fully-operational 1934 Phantom II chassis; 1936 20/25 Sports Saloon, Freestone & Webb; 1936 Phantom III Saloon, Hooper; 1946 Silver Wraith Saloon, Freestone & Webb; 1954 Phantom IV, Mulliner (on loan); 1958 Silver Cloud I 4-Door Saloon; a 1961 Phantom V, James Young; and a 1965 Silver Cloud III Saloon. Bentleys are here, too, including a 1958 S-1 4-Door Saloon and a stunning 1936 3.5-Litre Sedanca Coupe with coachwork by Hooper. Currently on display is a Phantom saloon space frame courtesy of Rolls-Royce Motorcars. It is constructed entirely of aluminum from forgings and extrusions and boasts over 450 feet of hand welds! It makes for quite an imposing site opposite the vintage Rolls-Royce and Bentley vehicles on display in the main salon. All of the vehicles currently on display (save for the Bentley racer and Rolls-Royce aluminum space frame) have been donated to the Foundation by generous individuals. *Image is not necessarily one of the museum.
Monday - Friday 10 : 00 am - 4 : 00 pm EST
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189 Hempt Road Mechanicsburg, PA. 17050,
717-795-9400 or 877-795-4050