Rare and Vintage Automobiles at Heritage Square Museum
Bring your favorite car enthusiast and view the evolution of the automobile as Heritage Square Museum presents its annual “Vintage Automobile and Classic Car Show”.
On Saturday, June 9, from 11 to 4 p.m., visitors of all ages may marvel over the engineering and quality of various car styles from the Model T to the early hot rods of the 1950s and beyond. Furthermore, vintage machinery and Indian motorcycles will also be part of this fun, visual delight event. Juxtaposed against the beauty of the historic structures at the museum, the event is an opportunity for lovers of great architecture and historic automobiles and engineering to come together.
Scheduled car clubs so far include the Screenland Model A’s, the San Gabriel Valley MARC Club, the Eagle Rock Trompers, Santa Anita A’s, and a vintage fire engine from the Los Angeles Fire Department. Vintage music throughout the day will be provided by DJ Jim Cooprider.
The auto show is included in the museum’s admission fee: $10/Adults, $8/Seniors, $5/Children ages 6-12. The museum is open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, from 12 to 5 PM. Admission is free for museum members. Please note only two of our buildings will be open for tours.
Celebrating 43 Years of Preservation and Interpretation of the History of Southern California, Heritage Square Museum is an open-air, living history museum dedicated to telling the story of the development of Los Angeles. Heritage Square is located at 3800 Homer Street, off the 110 Arroyo Seco Parkway (110/Pasadena Freeway) at Avenue 43, just north of downtown Los Angeles. For further information, the public may call 323/225-2700 or visit our website at www.heritagesquare.org.