2017 Special Two Day Easter Egg Hunt

Special Two Day Easter Egg Hunt
At the AACA Museum

Hershey, PA (March 9, 2017) – We’re doubling the Easter fun with two days of egg hunting at the Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) Museum.

No matter the weather on April 8th & 15th, join us from 11AM – 1:30PM to hunt indoors through the Museum for hidden egg stations filled with treats and prizes. Be sure to bring along your Easter Egg baskets!

Guests will hunt to find a variety of “egg spots” within the main and lower levels of the Museum. Treats will be given to children age 12 and under at each egg spot. Thank you to The Hershey Company for their generous candy donation. Some lucky hunters will find tokens hidden in eggs with a special offer from Texas Roadhouse!

If you get an egg with the “one spin on the prize wheel” paper, you have a chance at some sweet and fluffy prizes at the end of your hunt. Also at the end of the hunt, you’ll find the Easter Bunny eagerly waiting for a photo with you!

There will be hot dogs, popcorn, and pink lemonade while supplies last, provided courtesy of our event sponsor Hoffman Ford of Harrisburg, PA.

Special admission for the day is free for children, age 12 and younger,with the purchase of a paid adult ticket.

While egg hunting, guests can enjoy other featured exhibits: “Amore della Strada”an Italian vehicle exhibit, “Three Chevys & A Diner”, and “Mopar Midsize Muscle”featuring muscle cars, all on display through April 22.

Also on April 8, the AACA Museum is hosting a new event, the 2nd Chance Spring Auction, Flea Market & Car Corral from 8 AM to Mid-Afternoon. The 2nd Chance Auction is an opportunity for car collectors and restorers to buy and sell antique vehicles in the car corral and automotive-related tools, parts, literature, toys, and memorabilia in both the flea market and the live auction. This event will be held in and around the storage buildings behind the AACA Museum.

Upcoming summer exhibits opening May 13, 2017 include “Garage Finds” featuring unrestored cars that survived time, “Detroit Underdogs” brings the column authored by Milton Stern in Hemmings Classic Car to life, and “Camaro and Firebird” celebrating the vehicles’ 50th anniversary.