4th Auburn Heights Invitational Historic Auto Display
Limos & Landaulets
This year the 4th annual Auburn Heights Invitational Historic Automobile Display featuring a spotlight on Limos and Landaulets returns to offer attendees a glimpse of what life was like when the automobile was a novelty. Visitors to the Auburn Heights Invitational will get a chance to explore so much more than just the amazing automobiles on display around Auburn Heights. A “photo op” with the museum’s 1932 Packard will allow guests to step into the role of the chauffeur — or the chauffeured — using props, such as clothing, golf clubs, and picnic items, to put themselves in the picture. Or they can investigate special exhibits and discover the answer to the question: What is the difference between a limo and a landaulet? Guests are encouraged to come hungry and ready to bid or buy raffle tickets. The event will feature food from the Country Butcher Fine Foods Market of Kennett Square, PA, as well as ice cream from Woodside Farm Creamery, located in Hockessin, DE. The day’s activities also include a silent auction and raffle, featuring items for all interests, such as the unique experience of a private plane ride, a signed autograph of Philadelphia Eagle tight end Brent Celek, special themed baskets, gift certificates and more — all benefiting the Joseph Boxler Education Fund, which supports educational programs at the Marshall Steam Museum.
Date & Time
August 30, 2015
12:30PM - 4:30PM
$18 in advance; $22 at the gate