Join us Saturday, July 25 from 10am-4pm for a day packed with fun activities for the whole family!
Read on for details and the full schedule of activities! All activities are included with your museum admission!
Check Out Our “Basement Collection”!
Though we have over 400 cars in our collection we only have room to display about 150 at any time. This is your chance to have a visit downstairs to see the cars we store for future exhibits. Basement tours on July 25 are free with museum admission (normally an additional $6/person)
**MUSEUM MEMBERS** have the exclusive opportunity to visit the basement area of the museum from 10am-12pm and may bring the number of guests allowed by your membership, no RSVP required.
For Non-Members, we will also be offering guided tours Limit of 40 per group- sign up in the museum lobby. First come, first served.
Guided Basement Tours available at: 12:15pm, 1:45pm & 3:15pm
See Our Newest Exhibit-“Les Autos Françaises: 60 Years of French Automotive History”!
This summer Lane Motor Museum brings you “Les Autos Françaises: 60 Years of French Automotive History,” focusing on 60 of the 120 years of car production in France. Starting in the 1890s, France remained the largest producer of cars in Europe until after WWI. In fact, from 1902-1907, France produced more cars than the rest of Europe combined. The United States did not out-produce France until after 1907. Come check out these amazing cars!
Ride in the Museum’s 1959 Citroën ID 19 or 1947 Tatra T-87 (Limited Availability)!
The museum’s 1933 Dymaxion Replica took eight years to complete before making its debut last March! This Saturday, 24 lucky visitors will get a chance to take a ride in it and learn about it from museum Director Jeff Lane!
Sign up in the museum lobby. *First come, first served.
Rides available at: 1:00pm and 2:00pm
Vehicle Demonstrations with Education Director Rex Bennett
Join Museum Education Director Rex Bennett as he demonstrates three museum pieces from our newest exhibit “Les Autos Françaises: 60 Years of French Automotive History”: our 1931 Mochet Velocar, 1938 Citroën Berline Gazogene & Solex Model 3800.
Demonstrations begin on the museum floor at the listed times.
No registration needed: 11:00am, 1:30pm and 3:00pm