Reiff's Antique Gas Station Automotive Museum
Reiff's Gas Station Museum (founded 2000) is a museum in Woodland, California which is best known for its collection of antique gas pumps, gas station signs and other car culture memorabilia from the 1960s, 1950s and before. The collections are displayed throughout 10,000 square feet (900 m2) of exhibit space. A meeting room of 650 square feet (60 m2) and an outdoor patio of 900 square feet (84 m2) can be reserved for meetings and special events. The museum also provides photo shoot locations where owners can bring their vintage cars to be photographed in the antique scenes within the museum.
Mark Reiff's entire home was converted into a museum that provides a nostalgic tribute to the old time car culture of the 1950s and 1960s. Exhibits include the antique gas station, 1956 Chevy tow truck, diner, general store, movie theater, car crash, airplane crash, vintage gas station signs & logos and other antique automotive memorabilia. Tours of Reiff's Museum are available throughout the year by appointment only.
Reiff's Automotive Museum also hosts the annual Reiff's Street Bash on every second Saturday in June.
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