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Find your favorite "Cars" characters hiding in the galleries throughout the AACA Museum. How many can you locate during your visit?
CARS characters museum-wide! Buy Tickets Your cure for cabin fever! While it might be cold outside, the AACA Museum, Inc. is warm inside with lots of fun things to do! Special $9.50 Admission price for everyone 4 & older (3 & younger are FREE)CARS characters Museum-wide scavenger hunt – find your favorite “Cars” from the Disney-Pixar Cars movies!Travel back in time to the 1960s & '70s with our “Age of Aquarius” exhibitHit your brakes at our Photo Stop where you…
Buy Tickets Try your hand at this “make and take” project – It’s your chance to build a vehicle out of recycled materials. Materials will be supplied by the AACA Museum Inc. This hands-on activity will take place in the lower level gallery lobby here at the AACA Museum. One project per person, please. Included with AACA Museum admission. Buy Tickets
Create your own Hershey's Kissmobile using Hershey's chocolate candies. Included as part of your visit to the AACA Museum, Inc. on February 17th from 11 am - 2 pm.
Mark this date on your calendar and check back for 2020 details! A Matchbox Toy show will again be held in Hershey! The Diecast Toy Exchange is sponsoring this Matchbox Toy show here at the AACA Museum, Inc. This toy show is a great chance for you to enjoy some miniature cars and full-size cars on the same day at a terrific price! Enjoy this Motor Week television segment filmed during the 2014 show! https://youtu.be/OuWGhs9PY6g
Dress in your favorite Halloween costume and enjoy an entertaining afternoon of family fun! Let the amusement begin at crafting tables, where kids will decorate their own “Trunk or Treat” bags using the various car and Halloween stamps, stickers, markers, and more. Gather up your miniature ghosts and goblins and head over to the AACA Museum in Hershey for a bit of Halloween fun! All visitors 12 and under will be eligible to participate in the AACA Museum’s “Trunk or…