Spending a day in a car museum is so much fun. You learn a lot by just walking around the old technologies. This is another way of experiencing time travel. Wondering around the museum, you definitely feel like a kid with so many questions in your mind.
I never saw an unhappy face in any museum so far. Also, when the weather is bad, one of the best things to do is learning new things by having fun in a warm environment, am I right?
Let’s check some car museums on social media and listen to what they say to us recently:
Have you seen our temporary #exhibition 'Mini: Great Little Cars' yet? #Explore everything from early examples to Issigonis' 9X protoypes; and from a #Mini made from plastic to a bizarre twin-engined #Moke!— British Motor Museum (@BMMuseum) October 3, 2019
Find out more visit https://t.co/IKriP6xlT7#museum #ClassicCars pic.twitter.com/foLDEFNf4a
Here's a car you don't see that often!— Marconi Auto Museum (@MarconiMuseum) October 26, 2019
This is a 1930 Simplex Sprint Car. In this point in history, these cars weren’t called Sprint Cars but, ‘big cars,’ because Midget cars had just entered the scene and were much smaller.
Pretty cool huh? pic.twitter.com/mSI96VIGPW
This Sunday is the famous Haynes Breakfast Club. Have you been featured in the video below? Use #haynesbreakfastclub with your photos this sunday for a chance to be featured. See you there! #classiccars #vintagecars #carrestoration pic.twitter.com/qSSvOFDseZ— Haynes Motor Museum (@HaynesMuseum) November 2, 2019