Peterson Museum: If you are a true classic car fan you want to do more than just talk about old cars– you want to take them on the road and drive them. When you are a collector car enthusiast getting behind the wheel of one of your classics and going on a road trip is a lot of fun, especially when your destination involves indulging your passion in vintage automobiles and trucks.
With the above in mind, if you want to have the automotive experience of a lifetime you should consider making the trek to Los Angeles to visit the Peterson Museum.
This shrine to the automobile was created by Margie and Robert E. Petersen back in 1994 and it has gotten bigger and better with each passing year. The space encompasses a sprawling 3000 square feet and there are over 150 hard to find, vintage motor vehicles on display at any given time.
Current exhibitions being offered at the Peterson Museum include an examination of scooters, a look at super cars, the automobile as it relates to Southern California, cars of film and television, alternative powered cars, and the Hot Wheels Hall of Fame.
The Peterson Museum is open from Tuesday through Sunday and the hours of operation are 10 am to 6 pm. They make it very affordable for classic car fans with admission prices of just $10 for adults, $8 for seniors, $5 for students, and $3 for children. The museum is located at 6060 Wilshire Blvd. in Los Angeles, California.
Without question a visit to the Peterson Automotive Museum is something special if you are a collector car aficionado. For more information you can visit their website or give them a call at (323) 930-2277.