The mission of the Land Cruiser Heritage Museum is to preserve and celebrate the history of the Toyota Land Cruiser, and to inspire adventure.
The goal of the museum is to acquire and display one of every model of Land Cruiser ever produced, which is well over 100 models. Private collectors and Land Cruiser enthusiasts have loaned the Museum vehicles, vintage owner’s manuals, over 1000 scale models, tool kits, marketing materials, memorabilia and artwork, all of which are on display. There is also a 10’x13’ 3D printed map of the state of Utah, which we believe is the coolest map of Utah ever produced.
The Land Cruiser Heritage Museum is located in Salt Lake City, Utah, just six minutes from the Salt Lake International airport. Our address is 470 West 600 South, Salt Lake City, Utah 84101. The entrance is located on the east side of the south wall of the building. There is a metal door with a Land Cruiser Heritage Museum Logo on it.
David Wicai - Executive Director
Dan Busey - Resident Land Cruiser Expert
Oakley Miller - Project Manager
The Land Cruiser Heritage Museum is a 501c(3) Nonprofit Museum. All donations are tax deductible.
To have a museum guide show you, your group, or your youth group the museum or to schedule an event, fill out the form on our “Contact Us” page or visit us during our regular museum hours:
After hours tours may be scheduled upon request. Please call Dan at 505-615-5470, or David at 407-462-5458 to request a tour during non-business hours.
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