California Automobile Museum Founders Day

. December 3, 2010 . 0 Comments

The California Automobile Museum has celebrated Its First-Ever Founders Day with a special event honoring its founders and sharing with the public a bit of Sacramento history.

“There was a great fear from those of us who were responsible for founding the Museum that the origin of the Museum would be lost, so this event is a way to reenact the joy of bringing a car museum to Sacramento,” says founder Dick Ryder. “It is an honor and brings such satisfaction to be part of this event and the California Automobile Museum,” states Ryder.

About the California Automobile Museum: The California Automobile Museum, formerly the Towe Auto Museum, is a spacious 72,000 square foot museum, home to over 150 vehicles of various makes and models, ranging from the early 1900s to alternative power vehicles of the future. The Museum’s mission is to educate and entertain while preserving and promoting the automobile and its influence on our lives. The Museum is open daily from 10am to 6pm, taking the last admission at 5pm and stays open until 9pm every third Thursday.

California Automobile Museum 2200 Front Street Sacramento, CA 95818-1106
Phone (916) 442-6802 Fax (916) 442-2646
www.CalAutoMuseum.org

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