Louis J. Mascaro Automotive Museum opens its doors to the public

The Louis J. Mascaro Automotive Museum has announced it will open to the public beginning October 9, 2022.

The museum, located at 325 East Main Street, Birdsboro, next to the Veterans of Foreign Wars building post 411, is scheduled to be open 10am to 2pm on Sunday’s, with additional days and hours to be scheduled in the future.

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People interested in visiting the museum will be treated to a very special exhibition of unique and exotic automobiles. Lou Mascaro, one of the owners of local waste company, J.P. Mascaro & Sons, has spent a lifetime collecting and is now displaying those cars for the public to enjoy at the modern, newly constructed 23,400 SQFT building.

Speaking to his museum, Mascaro said, “I am excited to finally have in one location my private collection of exotic cars, motorcycles, and trucks to share with the public to enjoy. The LMAM is set up for and will eventually host special private group events by using a reservation system.”

Automotive enthusiasts will have the opportunity to view and photograph limited-production, high-performance cars that are in mint condition. These vehicles are part of one of the most premier private auto collections in the country.

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The LMAM is operated as a nonprofit charitable foundation, whose purpose is to promote education and support area programs and efforts that benefit and assist autistic children and children with Down Syndrome.

Museum admission is $15 per person; Group Rates are $12 per person with four or more people. No children under 10 years of age without special permission.

For more information about the collection visit: louismascaroautomuseum.org

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