Orphan Vehicles Will Stir Nostalgia At Alexandria Car Show on Sept. 17
View classic cars at the Alexandria History Museum at the Lyceum
ALEXANDRIA, VA – This Saturday, Sept. 17, travel back in time at the Alexandria History Museum at The Lyceum for a classic car show featuring a variety of Packards and other orphan vehicles. This show will bring together cars that are no longer manufactured – hence the term “orphan” – and will be hosted in the Lyceum parking lot. Stop by from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m., it’s free to attend, and is co-sponsored by Packards Virginia and the Alexandria History Museum at The Lyceum.
This year’s featured vehicles include a 1955 MG ZA Magnette, a 1934 Hudson Terraplane, a 1937 Packard 120C, a 1967 Pontiac GTO, and a gorgeous 1972 Pantera. Inside, visit the Alexandria History Museum at The Lyceum’s exhibits that tell the full scope of Alexandria’s rich history and enjoy the museum shop.
The Alexandria History Museum at The Lyceum is located at 201 South Washington Street in Old Town Alexandria. For more information, visit packardsva.org or call 703-424-5871.
For reasonable disability accommodation, contact [email protected] or 703.746.4994, Virginia Relay 711.
Classic Car Show
Alexandria History Museum at the Lyceum
Saturday, September 17
10 a.m. – 1 p.m.