Not only are restaurants re-opening this week, one of our favorite local museums, The Boyertown Museum of Historic Vehicles, is back open for business!
It's open seven days a week from 9:30-4pm.
It features local transportation vehicles, artifacts, roadside culture and alternative propulsion, focused on Pennsylvania and the Greater Delaware Valley. It is housed in the former Boyertown Auto Body Works and also features the original 1872 Jeremiah Sweinhart Carriage Factory.
You will see more than just cars and carriages though! You will also find the 1938 Fegely's Reading Diner and a 1921 Sunoco Gas Station.
Admission is $10 a person and $9 if you are a AAA member.
You can find the museum at 85 S. Walnut Street, Boyertown Pa 19512.