The Cadillac & LaSalle Museum is located on the campus of the Gilmore Car Museum in Hickory Corners, Michigan.
The Museum displays Cadillacs and LaSalles from 1903 to 2011 in a building that replicates a dealership building design recommended by GM in 1948. Special exhibits focus on significant Cadillac contributions to the automotive industry over more than 100 years.
The Cadillac Museum has arranged a special display to celebrate the holiday season. It is part of the Gilmore Car Museum’s Winter Wonderland presentation that has filled the museum campus with a festival of lights and holiday decorations. From November 25 to December 31 anyone can enjoy a driving tour through the lighted grounds and explore the Festival of Trees throughout Gilmore’s many museums.
In keeping with the Festival of Trees theme, Cadillac LaSalle Club Regions, including Motor City, Northern Indiana, North Texas, South Florida, and West of the Lake, have donated Christmas trees for the display
Organized by Operations Manager Lars Kneller, several volunteers arranged the trees and other decorations to infuse the Cadillac Museum with the holiday spirit. Those assisting included Paul Ayres, Norman and Sherrie Jenney, Jaunda Kneller, Rance and Mary Miller, and Ed and Sue Pashukewich.
Professional cars – limousines, ambulances, funeral cars – were a special display curated by the Cadillac & LaSalle Club Museum in cooperation with the Professional Car Society that was on display from the fall of 2019 through late spring of 2020. Members of the Professional Car Society and the Cadillac-LaSalle Club contributed unique models from their collections to illustrate a decades long use of Cadillac and LaSalle chassis for the creation of a variety of special purpose vehicles.