Rare Ferraris and classic American muscle cars share space with Jaguars, high-performance motorcycles, and historic Formula cars
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What You'll Get
It’s easy to recognize a classic car, whether you’re running a hand along its elegant contours or discovering the team of strong, tiny men beneath its hood. See their tiny glistening muscles this voucher.
$9 for Admission for Up to Four (Up to $20 Value)
The museum features an extensive collection of over 75 vehicles that includes rare sports cars, muscle cars, and Formula cars. Ferraris share space with Jaguars, a Cadillac, an Aston Martin, and high-performance motorcycles. The museum is open Monday–Friday, but is occasionally closed to the public during special events.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Not valid during special events and nationally-recognized holidays. Limit 1 per person, may buy 10 additional as gift(s). Must use promotional value in 1 visit(s). May be repurchased every 30 days. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Marconi Automotive Museum
It’s not every day that you can witness 30 million dollars all in one room. But at Marconi Automotive Museum, visitors move through an extensive array of rare roadsters, muscle cars, and Formula cars valued at eight figures. After a successful, self-made career in business, founder Dick Marconi decided to give back, donating his personal collection of automobiles to create the museum. Each specimen reflects a piece of racing lore; you'll find historic racecars piloted by Keke Rosberg, Mario Andretti, and Michael Schumacher.
The museum serves a multi-purpose—to share Marconi’s glittering display of high-performance vehicles with the public, and to support local charities. Proceeds from admissions and special events at the museum go toward the Marconi Foundation for Kids, which supports Big Brothers Big Sisters and the Make-A-Wish Foundation, among other children's groups. The museum’s yearly Fight Night fundraising event draws stars such as Oscar de la Hoya and the dashboard hula dancer.