Christmas – Kids from 1-92

Happy Holidays at the AACA Museum in Hershey

November 16, 2012 – January 6, 2013


It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas . . . Or, it will be soon! The AACA Museum is feverishly planning and building a Spectacular Christmas display to delight kids from 1-92 again this season!

christmas-stripFestivities begin on November 16th and run daily through January 6, 2013 from 9 AM – 5 PM Daily. The Museum will be closed on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve Day, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.

Our main exhibit gallery will feature a Cruise through Time from the early 1900’s in New York City through the 1970’s in San Francisco. In addition to the antique vehicles and artifacts, you’ll also see dozens of decorated Christmas trees in a variety of holiday colors and themes!

Our elves are also gearing up for some other great attractions:

  • Ernie’s Taxi from the holiday classic “It’s a Wonderful Life”
  • Trains, Trains and more model trains throughout the building
  • Herbie the Love Bug from “Herbie Rides Again”
  • Vintage dolls, toys, games
  • Hess Trucks, diecast car collections
  • Sammy the 29ft Snow Plow
  • Great Grinch Scavenger Hunt

Kids will enjoy the interactive area in our lower level gallery where they can build and race cars, get their photo taken in an antique car and build a Chuggington model railroad. Everyone loves the full sized antique buses and the 1940’s diner along with the Motorcycles on display. New this year, will be another model railroad display along with holiday trees decorated by local schools – vote for your favorite!




Car-Toon Truck

1928 Ford Model AR Roadster Pick up that has been painted and air-brushed to include all comic characters from 1896 – today!

This one of a kind vehicle was featured in the Masters of America Comics Museum Exhibition, won a Blue Ribbon at the Concours d’Elegance in Glenmore, The New York Auto Show and will now be on display at the AACA Museum as part of our Holiday exhibit featuring toys from kids 1-92.

Acme Rocket is a pedal car made from a fuel wing drop tank. Meant to be the ACME ROCKET used by Wylie Coyote to chase the Roadrunner.


These vehicles will be on load from Robert Luczan of Clifton, NJ.

The AACA Museum is also a favorite location for meetings, events, weddings and holiday parties. If you’re planning an event and you’re looking for a unique location, give us a call at 717-566-1700 ext. 105.

The AACA Museum is a 501 (c) 3 organization that relies heavily on or volunteers to help us keep the wheels turning. If you like cars or people and have some time to help, we would love to have you consider being part of our volunteer family. We’re looking for gallery guides, detail shop crew, model train engineers and elves to help decorate. Call our Volunteer Manager at 717-566-7100 ext. 106.

So get in the holiday spirit and join us for some fun and nostalgia for the whole family!


Take a look at our rack card! Its been spruced up for the holiday exhibit and it just might have you starting an AACA Museum Christmas visit tradition.Holiday Rack Card »