Piccadilly Transportation Museum
Located in downtown Butte, Montana, the Piccadilly Transportation Museum is dedicated towards preserving the golden age of motoring. It has been open for about 25 years and its collections consist of a centuries worth of memorabilia and vintage cars from around the world. Some items include highway and subway markers, license plates, advertising art, and assorted petroliana. The museum is dedicated to the memory of automotive enthusiast Roy Alan Carson, who traveled to 100 countries, every state in the country, and Canada to collect many of the museums artifacts. The building the museum is housed in was built in 1892 and served as a furniture store, lodging house, and a theater.