Saratoga Automobile Museum

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The Saratoga Automobile Museum is located in the Saratoga Spa State Park in Saratoga Springs, New York.[1] Housed in a former bottling plant built in 1935, the Saratoga Automobile Museum is a non-profit educational institution focusing on the impact of the automobile in the past, present and future in New York and the wider world. Its curator is Ken Gross.[1]

The museum opened its doors in June 2002 and can display approximately thirty vehicles between three galleries. The ground floor displays rotating exhibits and features a hands on area for children. The second floor houses offices, the New York State Stock Car Association Hall of Fame, and permanent exhibit space which overlooks the first floor.

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  1. ^ a b Haueter, David (September 2013). "History Comes Alive". Roundel: 41–44.

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Coordinates: 43°03′25″N 73°48′17″W / 43.057015°N 73.804660°W / 43.057015; -73.804660