|Sun 1 Mar 2015, 9:00am–4:00pm|
Additional fees may apply
Sunday 1st March 2015 the Southward Car Museum will be giving people that rare chance that only happens once a year to go behind the scenes and get up close to some of the world’s rarest vehicles at its annual Open House.
After the success of the inaugural event in 2012 it was decided to make the day an annual event where everyone can come and enjoy what this world renowned venue has to offer.
People will be able to go into the workshops where the cars and motorcycles are restored and maintained, with some of the vehicles usually on display in the museum will be kicked into life for all to enjoy.
Across from the main workshop is our storage sheds which house the future projects and displays for the museum, visitors to the day will get to wander around this area which is off limits at all other times.
Within the museum complex the main exhibition hall will be open with Len Fifield Playing the mighty Wurlitzer organ in the Theatre as he accompanies silent movies on a screen.
There are a couple of new and exciting features coming for 2015 with a yet to be announced band playing live music in the museum grounds, and also the public will be able to see the finish of the Triangular Veteran Rally where you can get up close to these near 100 year old cars, so follow our Facebook page or website for developments.
The cost for the day is $10 and children under 15 are free.
Drivers of classic cars, hot roads, motorcycles and vintage vehicles will get a discounted $5 entry
For more information, visit our website or Email firstname.lastname@example.org for further details
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