Celebrating the Journey of Discovery
The Land Cruiser Heritage Museum preserves and celebrates the history of one of the world's greatest vehicles, the Toyota Land Cruiser, as well as the spirit of adventure and learning that takes place anytime we get out and explore our world.
Many of the more than 40 vehicles that are part of the collection look as if they just rolled off the assembly line, ranging from a 1959 FJ25 to the 2012 VDJ78R models used for the Expeditions 7 global off-road adventure.
The Land Cruiser Heritage Museum not only showcases some amazing vehicles, but also the stories of the adventures experienced along the way. See videos, displays and artifacts telling the stories of these “go-anywhere, do-anything” Land Cruisers.
Beyond being a collection of vehicles, the Land Cruiser Heritage Museum hopes to inspire all who visit to get out and explore the world, and learn more about the fascinating places and people encountered along the way.
Our Land Cruisers
The Toyota Land Cruiser began development in 1951 as Toyota’s version of a Jeep-type vehicle and went into production in 1954. It has been produced in convertible, hardtop, station wagon and utility-truck versions and is the longest-running series in Toyota's history. It is renowned globally as a go-anywhere, do-anything vehicle and enjoys iconic status in the world of off-road travel.
The FJ25 is the grandfather of model of Land Cruisers in the United States, and does he ever have stories to tell!
This four-door Bandeirante pick-up truck is extremely rare and seldom seen, even among Cruiser aficionados. Very interesting rig.
With two doors, 5-speeds and room for six, this SUV also sports the rare and stylish “LX” trim line..
Just in from Canada! Very rare Cruiser — may be one of two or three to exist in the United States.
70 Series Land Cruisers – Expeditions 7
These four 70 series Land Cruisers conclude their 58,196-mile journey in Toeele, Utah at the Land Cruiser Heritage Museum. The Global Adventure completes in time for CruiserFest on Friday, September 5 at 2 p.m. Read More
Land Cruiser Heritage Museum
The Museum is located in downtown Salt Lake City. The extensive collection of Toyota Land Cruisers contains many vehicles that still get out and explore, so there are always new stories to tell and new adventures to share. Many private collectors and Land Cruiser enthusiasts have loaned the Museum vintage owner’s manuals, marketing materials, memorabilia and artwork, all of which are on display.
Land Cruisers are more than just trucks – they are memories. Greg Miller, an avid Land Cruiser enthusiast (the museum was his idea) says that Land Cruisers are one of life’s simple pleasures. “When I’m in a Cruiser, I’m usually with people I love, doing what I love, in a place I love.”
The mission of the Land Cruiser Heritage Museum is to preserve and celebrate the history of these great vehicles and give every visitor a taste of adventure, the spirit of discovery and a renewed appreciation for the world around us.