Petersen Museum Reopens With Three New Exhibits
The Petersen Automotive Museum, that gorgeous (or ostentatious, depending on your point of view) bastion of car enthusiasm in Southern California will open its doors to the public again on March 25. It has been closed since last year, except for a few weeks in the intervening months. To express its gratitude for front line workers, the museum will offer complimentary admission to verified healthcare workers and first responders, as well as three of their immediate family members, for the rest of 2021.
“We are excited to welcome visitors back to the museum in a safe and responsible manner,” said Petersen Automotive Museum Executive Director Terry L. Karges. “We cannot thank the healthcare personnel and first responders enough for everything they have done for our community. We hope this small token of our appreciation signals how grateful we are to them and their families.”
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