The Miami Auto Museum at the Dezer Collection’s Hollywood Cars of the Stars exhibition showcases over 80 vehicles that played a leading role in some of Hollywood’s most celebrated films and television shows of all time. A must-see attraction, the Cars of the Stars exhibition includes motor bikes, aircrafts, boats, and even a submarine from blockbuster hits such as the Dukes of Hazzard; The Beverly Hillbillies; Grease; Miami Vice; Ghostbusters; Knight Rider; Starsky & Hutch; Harry Potter; Chitty Chitty Bang Bang; The Munsters; The Great Race; Magnum P.I.; and Back to the Future. The exhibition also features numerous original vehicles from the Batman movies.
One of Hollywood’s leading film franchises, the James Bond series wouldn’t have been the same without the cars, guns and gadgets utilized on-screen by the beloved secret agent. Constituting one of the largest collections of James Bond props and vehicles in the world, The Miami Auto Museum at the Dezer Collection’s James Bond exhibition includes a fascinating array of automobiles, motorcycles, submarines, airplanes, helicopters, boats, and snow mobiles. The collection is home to the golden gun itself, a T-55 Soviet tank featured in the 1995 Bond film Goldeneye, a BD-5 Microjet, and six gadget-equipped Aston Martins, among many other props.
The Miami Auto Museum at the Dezer Collection transports guests back in time to the inception of one of mankind’s greatest inventions — the automobile. Featuring cars spanning the decades and dating back to the turn of the 20th century, the museum’s American Classics exhibition highlights the manufacturers, early technological features and custom models that shaped our country’s automotive industry into what it is today.
Spanning the one hundred year history of the automobile, The Miami Auto Museum at the Dezer Collection highlights the international manufacturers who played an integral role in the evolution of the automobile. The museum features restored vintage automobiles from over a dozen countries, all showcased in detailed dioramas depicting the automobile’s particular international origin.
Classified as one of the first modes of transportation dating back to the early 19th century, The Miami Auto Museum at the Dezer Collection features an extensive array of bicycles in its “World of Bikes” exhibition. Originating in Europe, the world’s first bicycle was developed in Mannheim, Germany and the term ‘bicycle’ was coined by the French in the 1860s. Among the early examples of bicycles were the Draisine, the Velocipede, The High Wheel Bicycle, The Hard-Tired Safety and The Kid’s Bike.
A military vehicle is classified as any vehicle used by government-run military forces for land combat and ground transportation. Over time, the evolution of war tactics, war technology and varying terrain have resulted in a change in military vehicles to meet the demands of the given conditions.
The future of electric cars, which function with an electric motor that relies on energy from either batteries or another energy storage mechanism, dates back to 1900. Electric cars were invented to reduce air pollution, greenhouse gas emissions and dependence on foreign oil. The significant benefits of using an electric or hybrid vehicle may one day make them the leading form of transportation globally.
A thriving museum by day, The Miami Auto Museum at the Dezer Collection effortlessly transforms into a one-of-a-kind backdrop for celebrating the most distinctive of special occasions.The Dezer Showplace, the museum’s 75,000-square-foot event and entertainment space, can split into several ballrooms, perfect for accommodating events of all sizes – from a small car club meeting of 20 people to a lavish gala featuring up to 1,500 guests.