Drive In moive will now be held on Sat. July 21 and Sun. July 22 due to the rain predicted for Friday. Disney Pixar Cars 2 will be the featured film so come out and enjoy the fun!
Michael Barrett, the Executive Director of the AACA Museum has announced that he will leave the Museum later this year.
The Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) Museum will launch its Chevrolet Centennial Exhibit on June 15th sponsored by Klick-Lewis of Palmyra, PA. The line up of cars, special fine art display and automobilia should impress both the car enthusiast and followers of the Bow Tie Brand alike. Over 30 great cars telling the Chevrolet Story for the past 100 years are lined up for this Exhibit. Pinky Randall, Mr. Chevrolet in the Collector Car Hobby, will be the Honorary Curator.
Edsel B. Ford II and his wife Cynthia will be Honorary Chairmen for The Elegance at Hershey, a weekend of antique and vintage car events June 8-10 aimed at helping find a cure for Type 1 Diabetes and preserving the rich heritage and history of the automobile, it was announced today.
The Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) Museum is proud to host the Bus and Motorcoach Spring Fling on June 2nd, 2012. The event will allow families and auto enthusiasts alike to view the entire fleet of vehicles that are part of the Museum of Bus Transportation’s Collection. Represented will be buses used for intercity travel, transit, school, as well as coach conversions.
Due to rain predicated for Friday, the Drive In movie will now by Saturday, July 21 and Sunday, July 22. Join us for a fun evening with Disney-Pixar Cars 2!
We're honoring all Moms this Mother's Day with complimentary admission and a rose!
As we approach the 42nd Anniversary of Earth Day on Sunday, April 22, this is the perfect time to visit the Antique Automobile Club of America(AACA) Museum for our current featured exhibit Alternative Energy Vehicles. Earth day provides a launch pad to call attention to securing renewable energy, renewable energy technologies and improved energy efficiencies that will help sustain our planet into the future. Electric cars and hybrids are all the rage today with the movement toward a cleaner environment and the crippling cost of gasoline. What most people don’t know is that these technologies have been around as long as the automobile itself. In the car’s formative period, electricity went head to head with steam and the internal combustion engine as countless manufacturers competed for market share in this burgeoning new industry.
From coal, to electric to steam and everything in between we’re showcasing the evolution of alternative fuel vehicles over the decades.
The Antique Automobile Club of America Museum is proud to announce the April 3rd opening of its next major motorcycle exhibit, “Dusty Jewels: Off-Road Motorcycles of the 1970s.” This exhibit features more than 20 motorcycles that tell the story of off-road motorcycles of the 1970’s.
Looking for a fun activity to get you out of the house? Visit a treasure in your own backyard. The Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) Museum is offering its guests a special $5 admission price (50% off our regular price) and special activities on March 31 and April 1, 2012 sponsored by Hoffman Ford of Harrisburg. Children 3 and under are always free.