The California Automobile Museum – which first opened on May 1, 1987 – is recognizing 30 years of history, art and technology with a special celebration that includes rides in historic fire trucks from the 1920s to the 1960s, 30 cent ice cream, a children’s story time activity, and more! These special activities are made possible by participation from involved community organizations such as the Sacramento Fire Museum, Shriner’s Hospital Fire Brigade, West Sacramento Fire Department, City of Davis Centennial, Firefighters Burn Institute, Sacramento Fire Department and the Sacramento Fire Reserves.
Plus, guests are encouraged to experience the current “To The Rescue” fire truck exhibit currently on display inside the museum. The colorful and dramatic exhibit includes many of the early fire trucks, firefighting equipment and other objects that served to save our city from the late 1800s and through the 1940s.
Vintage (ages 65+) $9
Military and Youth $5
Children (4 and under) Free
Note: Rides in historic fire trucks are free (suggested donation of $5)
Phone: (916) 442-6802