Auburn and Connersville: An Automotive History focuses on the stories and production of automobiles at these two legendary Indiana factories, designing and buildings some of the finest and most luxurious automobiles of the 1920s and 30s. From McFarlan to the timeless Auburn Speedster, these facilities pushed the limits of engineering, technology, and craftsmanship to a level above all other American makes. Join Sam Grate, Curator, as we learn and explore these factories.
The presentation is free with museum admission and will take place in the Education Center at the Museum.
Sunday Spotlight presentations are held on the second Sunday of each month in the Education Center at the museum, and cover a wide range of interesting topics that give attendees a deeper understanding of the museum collections. For more information please contact 260-925-1444.