Early semi-auto shotguns
The development of the 1911 pistol
A view of part of the museum displays
John Browning's workshop - disassembled from the original building and reassembled at the museum
There were also examples of machine guns and some more modern rifles and shotguns that Val Browning (John's son) designed.
The Car museum had a collection of around ten or so antique cars that John Browning purchased over his lifetime. Nothing cheap or utilitarian, either - all top of the line Packards, Lincolns, Durants and the like.