Visitors to the Chrysler Museum in Auburn Hills, Michigan, will find a fairly decent look at Chrysler's long and intriguing history. I spent a few hours there a couple of weeks ago and, frankly, all you will need is a couple of hours as this is not a huge place nor are there as many cars or exhibits on display than I'd imagined there would be.
The museum is fairly large in size, with three floors, but it is nowhere near as large as the Henry Ford museum complex; still, it packs quite a bit in. One of the main attractions for history buffs may well be the non-automotive pieces - one of the legendary Chrysler tank engines, designed by putting five six-cylinder engines into a radial design, each with its own distributor, sharing a cooling system that included the largest radiator most people will ever see.
The basement of the museum is another trip back in time with well over 50 vehicles from all periods in what is called "Walter's Garage." One takes an elevator down to the basement which, visually, is strikingly different than the first or second floor of the facility. On the lower level one will find a major focus on Chrysler's racing history especially through the late 60s and early 70s period.
All in all, this is an outstanding automotive museum and well worth the visit.