Have You Visited The Automobile Gallery in Green Bay?

Posted on 5-16-2019

Launched in 2016, The Automobile Gallery occupies a building that was home to Denil Cadillac, a historic and prestigious Green Bay dealership between 1958 and 1997.

The once gleaming, state-of-the-art dealership building was briefly used as a municipal storage garage. It then sat empty and abandoned for nearly two decades until William “Red” Lewis, a Green Bay native and innovative entrepreneur, was inspired to convert the deteriorating building into a gallery for automobiles that integrated event and meeting spaces.

With his vision in mind, Somerville Architects & Engineers of Green Bay breathed new life into the building, preserving the facade of the dealership while creating a graceful, contemporary gallery and event space.

Many of the automobiles themselves have come from a private collection, but most of them have been donated to The Automobile Gallery, which is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to the enjoyment and enrichment of its visitors and the community.

We invite you to watch this short, yet very interesting video featuring Red Lewis, the Founder of The Automobile Gallery: Please Click Here

The Automobile Gallery mission is to build an appreciation for the automobile as art — to educate, inspire and share that passion with others so they too can truly appreciate the form and function of the automobile — past, present and into the future.

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