The car museum, located at the north end of the Pioneer Village Historical Museum, includes many classic and antique automobiles. It is managed by the Magic City Antique Car Club. 

The Magic City Antique Car Club was founded in 1969. Its members include two of the original founding members, such as a 91-year-old who still works on and restores cars! The club is a division of Antique Automobile Club of America. (One does not have to own an old car to below to the club; they just need to have an interest in antique, collectible, or old cars, trucks, and other automotive items. 

The Magic City Antique Car Club's car show, swap meet, and flea market is held the first Saturday of August annually at the Pioneer Village Historical Museum. This event includes food and live music, as well as opportunities to drive or ride in antique vehicles. 

The club meets at Pizza Ranch in Minot on the second Thursday of each month (except December) at 6:45 p.m. Membership fees for the MCACC are $25/year for a couple or family and $20 for an individual. For more  information, attend a meeting of the MCACC, contact president Dan Caswell via his website (, or contact the Ward County Historical Society.