The museum hosted its Fall Festival and people came out to listen to music and look at everything from antique cars to planes and trains.
The museum is in it's 30th season and full of displays; they will soon have to expand into a fourth building.
Bobbie Rice from the museum said it has something for people of all ages.
"It's a great way for youngsters to learn about things in the past as well as for older people to maybe have seen something they had in childhood," Rice said.
If you want to check to the Wheels O' Time museum you better hurry, it closes October 31st and opens back up in May. For more information visit their website.