Like human actors, automobiles become movie stars thanks to a unique allure, polished features, and the ability to cry on cue. Meet real four-wheeled celebrities with today's Groupon to Hollywood Star Cars Museum in Gatlinburg. Choose between the following options:
- For $12, you get two adult tickets to the museum (a $25.98 value including tax).
- For $20, you get a family four-pack to the museum (a $44.64 total value). The pack includes:
- Two adult tickets (a $29.02 value)
- Two tickets for children ages 6–12 (a $15.64 value)
On re-created sets complete with lights and sound, Hollywood Star Cars Museum unveils a collection of iconic autos from movies and television, including many built and modified by famed four-wheeled star-maker George Barris. Law-flaunting jaywalkers freeze at the sight of the 1966 Batmobile, a $250,000 1955 Ford Lincoln Futura concept car reimagined into a crime-fighting super machine complete with a foreboding front modified to look like the black winged animal. Famous 1969 heartthrob Herbie the Love Bug also makes the scene with sidekick Little Herbie, while the famed DeLorean from Back to the Future hangs out with a futuristic motorcycle from the far-off year 2015. Meanwhile, a Corvette Grand Sport driven by Vin Diesel in the 2011 film Fast Five inspires mouth-simulated explosions and improvised catchphrases.