Petersen Automotive Museum


We had the pleasure of filming at the museum on a day that it was closed to the public so we had the whole place all to ourselves!  The families that joined us for the day were dedicated car lovers and they proved it by driving about 1 ½ hours to get there from their homes!  The Cardinale and Plunkett families made the most of their visit and their children were excellently behaved!  We all had fun racing the Matchbox cars and checking out all of the interactive activities on the third floor – plenty of hands on activities to keep the kids busy.  The adults seemed to equally enjoy checking out some of the rare automobiles on display on the first two floors of the museum.  All in all, it was a very cool experience at the Petersen!


If you’ve served in the Military, you’re admission is free. College students and Seniors admission is at a discounted price, so don’t forget your ID’s! Any savings is good savings and I definitely want you and your family to save money.  However, in my opinion, there is plenty to do at the Petersen to get your money’s worth even if you don’t qualify for a discount!


We did a lot of research for the show! Though we couldn’t visit every destination, we did want to show you what else we found.

Skirball Cultural Center is one of the world’s most diverse Jewish cultural centers. They believe in exploring the heritage of 4,000 years of Jewish culture and American democratic ideals. Not only does the center contain art and history, but also music, learning, food and shopping. Closed on Mondays, but all exhibitions are FREE to the general public on Thursdays.

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