Petersen Automotive Museum, Los Angeles
About Petersen Automotive Museum, Los Angeles
Petersen Automotive Museum, Los Angeles - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 6060 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036, United States
Ticket Price: 15 USD
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
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The Petersen Automotive Museum features the extensive display and variations of automobiles throughout the automobile history of specially the US. It is situated in the Museum Row of the Wilshire Boulevard Province of Los Angeles. It is renowned as being one of the largest museums housing automotives, which also features the provision for teaching and enriching the knowledge of the visiting tourists about automobile development through various educational programs. It allows open display of about 150 automobiles in the main gallery premises.
The other remaining collections are restored in the basement, which are thus intended to be restrictively displayed. The ground floor houses the details and illustration of the automobile history, along with limited display of vintage automobiles. The second floor is designed to accommodate specialized or modified exhibitions, both of occasional and permanent durations. The third floor is equipped with learning instruments for children- the May Family Children’s Discovery Center. The fourth floor is designed for official conferences with a penthouse assortment and alteration.
The museum is a heaven for automotive lovers and a great place to flock to during your exciting excursion to Las Vegas. Of course, there are certain Petersen Automotive Museum Ticket Prices to enter the museum. You can know more about the Petersen Automotive Museum Tickets from website or Buy Tickets for Petersen Automotive Museum by visiting the premises. Tickets for Petersen Automotive Museum differs as per the age group. The Peterson Automotive Museum Ticket Cost is free for infants and children but there is a certain amount needed to be given for an adult entry.
Petersen Automotive Museum Ticket Prices
- Adults: USD 15
- Seniors (must show ID): USD 12
- Students (must show ID): USD 12
- Children: USD 7
- Under 3: Free
- Active Duty: Free
- Personal Care Attendant: Free
Petersen Automotive Museum Opening and Closing Hours
- The Cars Mechanical Institute and Forza Motorsport Racing Experience close 30 minutes prior to the museum.
How To reach Petersen Automotive Museum by Public Transport
- Wilshire Boulevard/Fairfax 8th
Restaurants Near Petersen Automotive Museum
- Antica Pizzeria
- Dupar’s Restaurant & Bakeries
- Goodies Restaurant
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What a great museum! I love Formula 1 and even though I'm not an Italian fan (Ferrari), I respect the greats. And that was incredible. Everything. My girlfriend isn't as into cars and she enjoyed it. We loved the movie cars! Parking tip: there's metered parking along the road behind the museum.
Very cool museum. They have all kinds of cars and automotive things here. If you're even remotely a car lover or history buff you'll love this museum. Parking and admission are a bit pricey but what isn't in Los Angeles? We had a lot of fun and it is handicapped accessible and they have an Italian restaurant and gift shop. Great way to spend a day!
A great place to spend a day with family and friends. They have a great selection of cars accompanied by tons of history and detailed information about every car, bike, project and accessory. Staff were very friendly and knowledgeable. The place is very clean and organized. Even the restrooms are spotless. It should take you about 2 hours to complete the basic tour. If you take the vault tour then it’s going to take you 30 minutes to an hour longer. There’s a small souvenir shop just outside of the museum with tons of amazing car related things. I really liked the selection of products and clothing. The only reason why I won’t give it 5 stars is because of the parking cost. It costs nearly as much as the tour!
Always worth going. So many cars and bikes to see, across 3 floors of the museum. From the movie and conceptual older cars of yesterday, to the race cars and motorcycles, to the Maserati's and low riders of the first floor. Haven't seen the vault yet but definitely want to go by and see. Try and get on the board again in the second floor for the top gear test track for Forza 6 they have on the second floor.
The museum is very well presented and makes up for an overall lack of diversity and quantity (in the main museum) of presented pieces with outstanding quality. The automobiles present are beautifully maintained and displayed, with pieces that represent significant milestones in automotive engineering and design. I regret not having the time to see the collection in the basement containing over 100 automobiles not on display. Overall a pleasant way to spend a few hours.
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