Discover California Automotive Museums, Events, and History.
The Marconi Automotive Museum is located in the heart of Orange County and houses a 100-plus car collection that is open to the public. They're proud to house a collection of high-performance street cars and race cars including (but not limited to) Lamborghini’s,...
Today, the Petersen Automotive Museum stands independently as the nation’s premier automotive museum, serving hundreds of thousands of visitors each year.
The Blackhawk Museum is home to close to 50 classic, vintage and rare automobiles. Exhibitions of western frontier settlement and Plains Indians.
The Automobile Driving Museum exists to preserve automotive history, interpret the historical significance.
The Nethercutt Collection has over 250 beautifully restored luxury automobiles, one of the finest collections of mechanical musical instruments, and The Mighty Wurlitzer pipe organ.
The San Diego Automotive Museum located in beautiful Balboa Park offers a wonderful selection of vintage and classic American and European vehicles and motorcycles.
The California Automobile Museum offers plenty of opportunities for you to visit. Located just a stone’s throw from the famous “Old Sacramento."
The Wally Parks NHRA Motorsports Museum presented by Automobile Club of Southern California is an independent California non-profit 501 (c)(3)
The Mullin Automotive Museum is a privately owned automobile museum in Oxnard, California, US. Established in 2010, it displays personal cars.
The Cobra Experience is a non-profit museum committed to the promotion, conservation, education and preservation of the cars produced by Shelby American.
The Motte Museum was once a produce market from the mid 1980's to the late 1990's, it is now a museum hosting the Motte Family Car Collection and the History of the Valley.
The JA Cooley Museum is San Diego's Most Unique Collection of Antiques and Automobiles
The Murphy Auto Museum has over 90 cars on display. Cars rotate on a continuous basis, keeping the collection fresh and interesting.
Graffiti USA Classic Car Museum will be an experience that brings people, revenue, events, students, and business to downtown Modesto. The Museum will create an immersive experience, taking the visitor back to the days of the cruise, with replica storefronts and murals of the Graffiti Era, that will be the backdrop to the cars and memorabilia on display.
Lions Automobilia Foundation is a nonprofit that's mission is to Honor & Preserve the Legacy of Motorsports & Car Culture in SoCa.
The Collector's Museum is only open by appointment to groups and car clubs. There are vehicles on display but also so much more.
The Motor Transport Museum was opened to the public on September 22, 1986. The primary objective of the Motor Transport Museum is to educate the public by creating positive awareness and appreciation for old trucks and the development of the motor transport industry.
The Solvang Motorcycle Museum, located in Solvang, California, displays a collection of vintage and rare motorcycles as well as European race bikes.
The Canepa Motorsport Museum is dedicated to the spirit of automobile and motorcycle competition, and the celebration of engineering excellence.
The California Route 66 Museum is an interactive museum with over 4500 sq. Ft. of floor space and photo opportunities for the visitors to share memories.
Justice Brothers Automotive Collection features a car collection, automobilia, motorcycles, vintage gasoline pumps,toy car collection, & more
The Lyon Air Museum exhibits are comprised of authentic aircraft, rare vehicles, and related memorabilia.
The Academy of Art University automobile museum preserves and pays homage to these classic fixtures of international automotive innovation.
Segerstrom Shelby is an event center with 7,000 sqft. available for events. Plus there is a Shelby Mustang Collection with a minimum of 80+ cars on display.
It is also home to the incredible Woodland Automobile Display, one of the finest collections of vintage, classic, and racing vehicles!
Discover California Automotive Museums, Events, and History.
California, a western U.S. state, stretches from the Mexican border along the Pacific for nearly 900 miles. Its terrain includes cliff-lined beaches, redwood forest, the Sierra Nevada Mountains, Central Valley farmland and the Mojave Desert. The city of Los Angeles is the seat of the Hollywood entertainment industry. Hilly San Francisco is known for the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz Island, and cable cars.
In 1867, a group in Los Angeles built what was likely Southern California’s first home-built horseless carriage, in a shop on West Fifth Street. The four-cylinder, gasoline-powered carriage, built by S.D. Sturgis and J. Philip Erie was tested on the city streets of LA in preparation for a trial run to San Bernardino. The vehicle operated with some success around LA, but continual mechanical issues prevented it from making the trip to San Bernardino.
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