Route 66 Electric Vehicle Museum
The Route 66 Electric Vehicle Museum (Historic Electric Vehicle Foundation) is a Washington State registered nonprofit corporation and a member of the National Association of Automobile Museums as well as the Antique Automobile Club of America.
The Foundation exists for the prime purpose of education concerning the history of electric vehicles from the nineteenth century up to and beyond the twenty-first century as well as preserving examples of these vehicles for all the peoples of the world to enjoy and learn from.
Route 66 Electric Vehicle Museum Admission:
Route 66 Electric Vehicle Museum Hours:
Daily 9am – 4:30pm
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