Evening Rental Overview:
The Museum is available for evening rentals every evening except Tuesdays, Christmas Eve and Christmas Night. The rental is for 4 hours with the earliest starting time at 6:00 p.m. If the lessee needs to extend the event past 4 hours, they may do so but will be charged an additional rate. Advance notice is required.
Daytime Rental Overview:
The Museum is available for daytime rentals everyday except Tuesdays, Christmas Eve Day and Christmas Day. The daytime rental is for 4 hours with the earliest starting time at 10:00 am. If the lessee needs to extend the event past 4 hours, they may do so but will be charged an additional rate. Advance notice is required.
· Use of the Museum gallery’s 12,000 square feet;
· Access to all exhibits and automobiles on display;
· Tour and explanation of the collection;
· Museum Gift Shop will be open for guests wishing to purchase items.
Caterer’s food preparation time is 2 hours prior to the start of the event. Clients must make their own arrangements with the caterer for additional items such as dance floor, entertainment, linens, flowers, photography or decorations.
The Museum has no objection to a licensed bartender or qualified caterer serving alcoholic beverages to guests of legal age in a lawful manner. No person or entity shall sell alcoholic beverages on the Museum premises. The Museum does not have a permit or license to serve or sell alcohol.
The Museum has ample parking and has 4 handicapped parking spaces in front. The parking lot is properly lit for evening functions and guest safety.
The Museum will provide personnel for the safety of the guests as well as for the safety of the Museum’s automobiles and property. No smoking is permitted in the Museum. There is an outdoor terrace for smoking guests.
The main mission of the Museum is to educate and to preserve the engineering history of the cars in its collection. They are honored to be part of your special event, but they ask that you and your guests remember that we are first and foremost, a museum. They especially want your younger guests to enjoy the Museum’s collection, but respectfully request that any young children attending be under adult supervision at all times. Feel free to take as many photographs of the Museum’s collection and wander about freely, but please, do not open any doors or engine compartments