Joyride: Cars in American Art from the Terry and Eva Herndon Collection
Since their first manufacture in the United States in the late 19th century, cars have influenced and transformed the American landscape, economy, and social and political systems.
They are both practical machines and iconic symbols of movement, freedom, adventure, and much more.
In the collection of Terry and Eva Herndon, American artists of the 20th and 21st centuries highlight how the car has impacted our lived experience, collective and personal histories, and ideas about American identity.
This exhibition is a joyride through these collectors’ unique perspectives on a century of art and the automobile.
Wednesday - Friday: 12 PM - 4 PM
Saturday - Sunday: 11 AM - 5 PM
Free Admission for: Children 12 years old and under; Fitchburg State University, Mount Wachusett Community College and Fitchburg Public School Students, Faculty & Staff with I.D.; Residents of City Ward 4B with proof of residence; NEMA Members with one guest; AAM Members with one guest; Active Military and their families with I.D.Paid Admission for:Adults: $9.00Seniors (62+): $5.00Students ages 13-18 & College Students with I.D.: $5.00MTA: $5.00AAA: Buy one get one free admissionEBT Card Holders: $2.00 per person cash admission
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Phone: (978) 345-4207
- Every first Thursday of the month, admission is free for everyone to the Museum with extended hours from 12 to 7 pm (except in December).
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