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The Petersen Automotive Museum

California, Western

On June 11, 1994, Margie and Robert E. Petersen fulfilled a longtime dream when they founded the Petersen Automotive Museum, donating $5 million to the Los Angeles County National History Museum.

Today, the Petersen Automotive Museum stands independently as the nation’s premier automotive museum, serving hundreds of thousands of visitors each year.

6060 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90036
Email: info@petersen.org

Petersen Automotive Museum Admission:

Adults (18-62) $19 ea.
Seniors (62+) $17 ea.
Kids (4-17) $12 ea.
Vault $25 ea.
Vault Guided Tour $35 ea.

**Vault DOES NOT include General Admission **
**General Admission is REQUIRED to enter the Vault **
**No strollers or children under 10 permitted in the Vault **

**Vault hours 11am to 3pm – Vault Guided Tour 3pm to 5pm**

NOTICE | Navigating the Vault can take up to 90 minutes. Please arrive accordingly to ensure you are able to see the entire museum before closing (5PM).

Plan: 2+ hr

Petersen Automotive Museum Hours:

10am – 5pm daily


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