Bruce Nunnally

Temporarily-closed car museums are open digitally with virtual tours and more

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Like countless other institutions that are contending with the results of the COVID-19 pandemic, automotive museums across the country have temporarily closed their doors to the public in the interest of health and safety. Many took the initiative to do so prior to the mandates ordered by state and local officials. That doesn’t mean there isn’t anything for enthusiasts to see or do while contending with social distancing. Several museums have already launched online virtual tours and new videos to help us pass the time, and sometimes to even get a look at things you can't see as a museum visitor. Here’s a brief look at what several museums are offering, which we will continue to update as more information become available to us.

https://www.hemmings.com/stories/2020/04/06/temporarily-closed-car-museums-are-open-digitally-with-virtual-tours-and-more?refer=news&utm_source=edaily&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=2020-06-14


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