Petersen Hollywood Dream Machines Exhibition

Apr 5, 2019

Category: Living

For many of us, movies and video games are two of the main reasons we first fell in love with automobiles. And to this day, those same iconic cars and motorcycles are still near and dear to our hearts. Now, the Petersen Automotive Museum is putting over 40 of those very vehicles on display at their Hollywood Dream Machines exhibition.

Opening on May 4th, the Los Angeles museum will be loaded to the gills with some of the most influential and important movie motor vehicles ever built in an unprecedented display collection. That includes multiple Batmobiles (from both the Michael Keaton and Christian Bale Batman movies), the DeLorean time machine from Back to the Future, the 2035 Audi RSQ from I, Robot, the GM Ultralite from Demolition Man, Bumblebee from the Transformers franchise, the Halo Warthog, and so many more. Open until March 2020, this is an unparalleled, once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for movie buffs and car fanatics alike. See it opening night starting at $75 a ticket.

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