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Land Cruiser Heritage Museum

The Land Cruiser Heritage Museum is a place for adventure, knowledge and history. Located in Salt Lake City, the museum houses what is believed to be the world’s most diverse collection of Toyota Land Cruisers and exists to acquire and display one of every model Land Cruiser ever produced. 

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The Land Cruiser Heritage Museum began in a specially designed building at the former Miller Motorsports Park in Tooele, Utah, but moved to Salt Lake City in 2015 where it is more accessible to guests who wish to visit and explore.

The collection has over 100 vehicles, including rare and classic Land Cruisers to engage auto enthusiasts, car collectors and four-wheeling fans of all ages. Models range from a beautifully patina'd 1953 Toyota Jeep BJT to a pristine 2021 Heritage Edition 200 series. You’ll find 20 series, 40 series, 55 series, 60 series, 70 series, 80 series, 100 series and many other rare “cousins” of the Land Cruiser, including a Delta Mini Cruiser, Blizzards, a PX-10 and Mega Cruisers. You'll also see the first Land Cruiser sold in the United States, the first (and only) four-wheeled vehicle to traverse all seven continents, right-hand drive diesel imports, custom builds, original vintage and full restorations.

Hours and Location

Open Monday-Saturday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Located just six minutes from the Salt Lake International airport. Parking and the main entrance is located on the north side of the building, accessible from 500 West. There is a metal door with a Land Cruiser Heritage Museum logo on it toward the northeast corner of the building.

Annual CruiserFest Event

Each year, the museum’s CruiserFest welcomes the outdoor and off-road community for a day of educational and networking opportunities. The event includes an outdoor car show, tours of the museum, as well as workshops and presentations.

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