February 1 - 28th 2014 Hershey is known year-round as The Sweetest Place on Earth but February is a special month with a town-wide celebration of all things chocolate. The AACA Museum has a 1920s gallery that depicts downtown Hershey in the 1920s. The Museum is also home to one of the rare Hershey’s Kissmobile Read More »Read More
January 24 – April 27, 2014 Even though this collection has left us, we still have new exhibits visiting us all the time! Whether it be Europe, Asia, here in America or anywhere in between, the world depends on mass-produced vehicles to make life convenient and comfortable. These vehicles and the factories that assemble them Read More »Read More
image credit to www.whitneyhouston.com NOTE: This vehicle is part of the AACA Museum permanent collection; however, it is currently not on view due to a large number of vehicles we currently have on loan from private collections for our featured summer exhibits. It will be available for view on dates when we offer a "Behind Read More »Read More
2013 Exhibit In 1935, officials at Allegheny Ludlum Steel Division and the Ford Motor Company collaborated on an experiment that resulted in the creation of stainless steel cars that would be a tribute to stainless steel, one of the most dynamic metals ever developed. Allegheny Ludlum, a pioneer producer of stainless steel, proposed the Read More »Read More
On long-term loan from The Hershey Company and on Display Most Days
Have you ever seen a 12 ft. tall Hershey’s Kiss? You can at the AACA Museum in Hershey!
The Hershey’s Kissmobile cruiser is a 12-foot tall, 26-foot long custom-made vehicle resembling three Hershey’s Kisses. Since the creation of Hershey’s Kissmobile in 1997, the cruiser has traveled over 250,000 miles and sampled over 2,000,000 Hershey’s Kisses Brand Milk Chocolates.Read More
New Lighting will be installed in this exhibit the week of July 23 so the exhibit will be unavailable for several days during this week. We apologize for any inconvenience. Thank you! Check out our behind the scenes photos of our recent renovation. A custom train display continues at the AACA Museum, Read More »Read More