THE PETERSEN is the place to spoil Dad this Father’s Day
The Petersen Museum in Los Angeles is hosting a variety of family-friendly events and specials to celebrate Father’s Day!
Rare Iconic Cars “Hoods Up” exhibit
Visitors will get the rare chance to see the engines of some of the museum’s most iconic cars, including a 1948 Davis Divan, 2015 McLaren P1 and 1952 Ferrari Barchetta Superleggera. One of its most popular annual events, the museum has opened the hoods of its cars for several years. The engines of these priceless automobiles are rarely seen in public, so the chance to see what makes them tick is a rare opportunity.
Free Admission for children under 12
For one day only (Father’s Day), the museum will also offer free admission for a child under 12 with the purchase of an adult ticket.
As part of the festivities leading up to Father’s Day, the Petersen will offer discounts on most membership levels until June 17th.
Special Lunch Menu
Drago will present a Father’s Day lunch on The Petersen’s rooftop penthouse with a special menu. The Drago restaurant on the first floor will remain open as well, offering a special Father’s Day menu.
For more information on the Petersen’s Father’s Day weekend festivities please visit www.Petersen.org/FathersDay. For more information on the Petersen Automotive Museum, please visit www.Petersen.org or call 323/930.CARS.
About The Petersen
The Petersen Automotive Museum Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)(3) charity. The Museum is located at 6060 Wilshire Boulevard (at Fairfax) in Los Angeles, California, 90036. Admission prices are $15 for general admission adults, $12 for seniors and students with ID, $7 for children ages 3 to 12. Active military with ID, personal care attendants and children under three are admitted free. Museum hours are 10am to 6pm. For general information, call 323/930-CARS or visit www.Petersen.org.
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