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AACA Museum, Inc. reopens this Friday & Saturday, June 26-27

The AACA Museum, Inc. will reopen its doors to the public on June 26-27 after a prolonged closure due to COVID-19.
AACA Museum Reopen

They have made safety their top priority: the AACA Museum, Inc. Board of Directors and staff have carefully reviewed and implemented the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and CDC COVID-19 protocols and guidelines. They have taken significant measures to provide a safe and healthy environment.

Here’s what's happening

Friday, June 26, 9a-5p | Reopening Preview Day

Museum members, volunteers, donors, and contributors are invited to their Reopening Preview Day. Be among the first to discover and enjoy new exhibits, one-of-a-kind vehicles, and the Museum's continued commitment to motoring heritage. Join them for this special open house just for you. If you’re not yet an AACA Museum, Inc. member, join today and make the Reopening Preview Day your first official members’ event.

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Saturday, June 27, 9a-5p | Reopening Day

The AACA Museum, Inc. would like to welcome everyone back. They hope that you had a chance to “keep up to speed” with the Museum through their Virtual Visits series, online Museum Bookshelf, and digital “Collection Chronicles” series.

Two new exhibits!

“Highlights of Our Collection”

The Museum is grateful to everyone who supported them during their prolonged COVID-19 closure. To show appreciation to their members, donors, contributors, volunteers, and community, they’re presenting an interim exhibit featuring unique and notable vehicles from the Museum collection. Throughout the closure, they introduced many cars from their collection through the “Collection Chronicles” email series. And, some of their notable vehicles appeared in their Virtual Visits presentations. Now it’s time to get up-close and see these cars in person. Among the highlights are their "Big Bad Orange" AMX, “Helen” their 1932 Studebaker, Betty White’s “Parakeet,” and the 1968 Chrysler Imperial featured in “ride” with Museum Curator Stan Sipko.

"A Salute to First Responders and Frontline Workers"

To show appreciation for those working on the frontlines during the COVID-19 national emergency, the reopening features their “Salute to First Responders and Frontline Workers” exhibit. Whether health care heroes, those providing essential services, or those pledged to “protect and serve,” the Museum thanks you for helping throughout the COVID-19 crisis. The exhibit includes vintage vehicles used to help in times of crisis.


Here's what you need to know.

They know you have questions about what to expect when you come back to the Museum. The Museum is committed to the safety of all who visit. They encourage you to read more about their visitor guidelines here.

 Also, here are a few specific tips to help make your visit as amazing as possible:

 • Capacity guidelines limit the number of people allowed on the premises.

 • Temperature checks will be conducted.

 • Face coverings/masks will be required for admission

 • They encourage guests to use hand sanitizer, and stations are in place throughout the Museum for visitors, volunteers and staff.

 • Markers are placed throughout exhibition spaces to promote social distancing.

 • The Museum has planned regular sanitization of frequently touched surfaces.

 • Hands-on exhibits, interactive displays, and train room will remain closed.

Please read COVID-19 Visitor Guidlines

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161 Museum Drive
Hershey, PA | 17033 United States

The AACA Museum, Inc. has been and remains an independent 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization, not affiliated with the Antique Automobile Club of America.

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