Celebrate July 4th at the AACA Museum

June 27, 2016 (Hershey, PA) — On July 4th enjoy a clear view of the HERSHEYPARK® fireworks from the grounds of the Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) Museum. The Museum will be open late from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM. Tour the Museum during this time for just $7.00 per person!

Red, white and blue is not in short supply at the Museum.  It can be found in the “Mods vs. Rockers”, “Pinstriping and Automotive Art”, “Early Off-Roaders” and “Steampunk U” exhibits. What is a better way to spend Independence


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Day than in the company of some good, old fashioned American automobiles?

The AACA Museum is on a hill overlooking the town of Hershey, which makes it the perfect place to enjoy the HERSHEYPARK® fireworks (weather permitting) scheduled for 10:15 PM! Don’t forget your blankets and chairs to enjoy tailgating on the lawn. Ice Cream Express will be on site at 8:30 PM with treats, or you can bring your own.  No alcoholic beverages will be permitted.
1942FordGPWJeep_72dpiThere’s plenty of Americana in the museum to get you in the 4th of July spirit! As part of our Early Off-Roaders exhibit, we have a Jeep CJ and a Ford GPW. These are two vehicles recognized for their military service and ability to traverse any terrain. We also have a Ford Bronco, and an International Scout and Scout II on display. Along with these patriotic rides, we have American cars from the “Brass-Era” early 1900’s all the way up to the 1990’s including the largest Tucker collection in the world and Betty White’s Cadillac! And what’s more American than the Chevrolet Corvette? Purchase raffle tickets for the ability to win a brand new Corvette Stingray. Limited to 2,000 tickets.

The-Mini-Time-Machine-is-a-Blue-Star-MuseumAll summer long, we thank our active military families with free admission! From Memorial Day to Labor Day, the
AACA Museum is proud to be a Blue Star Museum. It is one way we can show our appreciation for active service members and their families this patriotic holiday and every day!

The AACA Museum makes a great place to spend the 4th of July!