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- Non smoking
The Grand Salon showcases cars of the 1910s to 1930s. There are also collections of furniture, dolls, timepieces and one of the world’s finest collections of mechanical musical instruments.
The Nethercutt Collection is a multi-storied private car collection and museum located in Sylmar, Los Angeles, California founded by J.B. Nethercutt in 1971.
Friends recommend this place. People who love retro cars, don’t miss it. There is a variety of nostalgia. The history of the car is also detailed. It’s a good place to kill. There are old cars there, and there are private trains outside. For car fans, it’s a wonderful blessing. It is suggested to navigate back in time, since time is limited to the first floor only, you have the opportunity to visit the entire museum again.
Passing through, this second visit, touched by collectors, is a free private car museum. After seeing hundreds of old cars, learning about the history of car development, car lovers interested in cars, it is worth a visit! Very worth the visit, the exhibition address is very remote, no tickets required, no reservations required, drove 1 and a half hours, although we do not belong to the type of fans, can not leave our eyes, it is great!
The Nushet Automotive Landscape Museum has lots of cars, steam motorcycles and lots of small models! The best thing that is interesting is the gift store at the entrance, very interesting, lots of model cars
I found this place on the Internet. It’s not your average Los Angeles landmark. I’m glad we came to admire these collections. Great guide that sees various cars, organs, and mechanical music players. There is also the Royal Hudson steam train. I had a wonderful morning here.
It was an amazing discovery. The museum is free, and there are many historic and surprisingly expensive cars to see. There are all kinds of cars, from mysterious little cars to precious rare antique cars. There are two showrooms, one showroom has a guide but requires a reservation, and the other showroom is across the street, in self-service form. If you’re in Los Angeles, if you like different cars, be sure to come here.