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Petersen Automotive Museum will reopen on March 25,offer free admission to healthcare workers


The Petersen Automotive Museum on Wilshire Boulevard’s Museum Row will resume to the public on Thursday, March 25.

The museum will offer free admission to healthcare workers and first responders for the rest of 2021.

During the conclusion, the Petersen practically dispatched three exhibits so this will be the first run through the public can see the exhibits in person.

The new exhibits include:

“Supercars: A Century of Spectacle and Speed,” which grandstands the development of the supercar

“Extraordinary Conditions,” which features 11 custom rivalry, sporting, and utilitarian going romping vehicles

“Reclassifying Performance,” which includes Porsche’s most inventive street and race vehicles.

Tickets to the museum should be bought ahead of time at petersen.org/tickets.

All together for health care personnel and first responders to get free tickets for themselves and three close relatives, they should save tickets on the web and give a physical copy of expert confirmation at museum check-in.

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