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- Seasons: Fall
Just four miles from Downtown Boston, the Larz Anderson Auto Museum is home to "America's Oldest Car Collection." Built in 1888, the museum is housed in what was once the opulent carriage house of wealthy Bostonians Larz and Isabel Anderson. This self-guided museum is home to our permanent Anderson automotive collection as well as our yearly changing exhibits of cars and rare automotive artwork. Both exhibits are a wonder for the eyes and great for kids and adults. The museum is situated in the middle of rolling hills and verdant splendor of Larz Anderson Park, a great please to attend our fun Lawn Event car shows during the spring and summer, and ice skating and sledding during the winter months.
The Larz Anderson Auto Museum offers fun and educational tours and programming for groups of all ages. The museum is a great visit for corporate groups, school groups, large and small bus tours, as well as senior groups. With hands-on artifacts and one-of-a-kind automobiles, the tours are guaranteed to create long-lasting memories for everyone.
Hours: Open Tuesday - Sunday (year round) 10 am to 4 pm
Admission: Adults $10.00 Seniors (60+), College students, Children (6-12): $5.00 Children under 6: Free! Members: Free!
Visit www.larzanderson.org for more information. For details about tours as well as rates, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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