http://www.intuitforce.com | Restaurant web design | eBay Shop Design
The Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce has helped us move the business forward by creating brand awareness for us and allowing us the opportunity to create long term partnerships with our neighbors in the community. Thank you again for all that you do.
Lesley Gilmore - Private Dining Director - Fleming’s Steakhouse
The mission of the Petersen Automotive Museum is to explore and present the history of the automobile and its impact on American life and culture using Los Angeles as a prime example. To keep The Museum fresh, relevant, and encourage visitors to return, it was decided from the beginning not to display the entire Museum Collection at once. In the 300,000 square feet that comprise The Petersen Automotive Museum, only about 150 vehicles are on display at any one time. The other half of the 300+ vehicle collection is in on-site storage, awaiting the chance to go on exhibition. Depending on the chosen subject, the rotating exhibits can range from 100% Petersen vehicles to 90% on loan. A large part of The Museum's focus is to collect and preserve historic vehicles, and a great deal of importance was placed from day one on acquiring a great number of significant vehicles of all shapes, sizes, makes, models, and purposes. As the Museum's popularity grew as a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit educational institution, people came to realize that it was the perfect tax deductible home for their prized possession. Our first donation was a beautifully restored 1952 Mercedes-Benz 300 Cabriolet from Annapolis, Maryland. Since then, we have taken in donations from all over the world varying greatly from single vehicles, to multiple vehicle collections, rare automobile components, artwork, photographs, books, and automobilia.
Located on Wilshire Blvd. Between intersections of S Fairfax Ave and S Orange Grove Ave.