Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles

May 14

The Petersen Automotive Museum is located on Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles, California and is one of the world’s largest automotive museums. The museum was founded in 1994 by the founder of Hot Rod and Motor Trend magazines, Robert E. Petersen.

The museum itself can show off over 100 vehicles at any given time, but owns over 200 vehicles in all. One floor has vehicles that are switched out from time to time while another floor houses permanent vehicles on showcase such as a 1963 Volkswagen Beetle  (used in the Love Bug movie), a 1940 Pep Boys store marquee, and the Batmobile from the 1967 batman television series. The three-level, 300,000-square foot building is stocked full of beautil, glittering dream cars from every era and social strata, nostalgic dioramas and street scenes, even art galleries with paintings devoted to the automobile as subject.

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