American Honda Collection Hall lobby


The American Honda Collection Hall showcases of iconic products that highlight the success of Honda in America, beginning in Southern California in 1959. We invite you to immerse yourself in the Honda story through historical, current, and future products, all fueled by the Power of Dreams.


Q: Where is the American Honda Collection Hall located?
A: The museum is located in the lobby of the main building of American Honda North American headquarters, informally referred to as “The Campus.” In addition to the main building, The Campus consists of several other buildings that serve as the active worksite for many dedicated Honda employees.
Q: Can I explore the other buildings in The Campus?
A: No, public access is restricted to the parking lot and display area of the main building lobby.
Q: Can I drop by the Hall anytime?
A: We encourage the public to visit during the Cars, Bikes & Coffee events held on designated Saturdays. The space is also open during regular weekday hours.
Q: Where can I park?
A: For the Cars, Bikes & Coffee events, enter the campus via Main Street off Harpers Way at the north end of the facility. During weekdays, parking is in the visitor parking lot off Torrance Blvd.
Q: Is there food available?
A: Yes, pastries, sandwiches, and other light fare is available at the onsite Starbucks. There are also full-service restaurants close by.
Q: Does the museum have a gift shop?
A: Yes, pastries, sandwiches, and other light fare are available at the onsite Starbucks. During Cars, Bikes & Coffee events, food trucks are also present. There are many full-service restaurants close by.
Q: How long should I plan to be at the museum?
A: Please allow 45-60 minutes so you can enjoy each exhibit in your self-guided tour.