I can’t believe that we lived in the Bay Area most of our lives and never took in the Blackhawk Museum. We actually had to come back as tourists to see this very upscale (Is that a worn out term or what?) collection of automobiles.
The vehicles on display are some of the very finest available. The restorations are top notch and every detail was been seen to. The layout is an easy stroll through automotive history not only of American cars but many, many excellent European vehicles too.
Blackhawk doesn’t want to you to touch the cars but you can take all the pictures your digital camera card can hold. Many places do not allow photos so this is a picture taker’s paradise.
There is a Juke Box Museum attached that is a work in progress but very interesting. There are also some gas pumps from early in the automobile history these too were very nicely restored.
Located in Blackhawk Plaza, a collection of restaurants and shops, Blackhawk Museum is a must see if you are a “car” buff of any sort.
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