The Truck Stops Here- Mobile Madness
Celebrating FIVE YEARS!
June 29th, 2019 12-4pm
The Boyertown Museum of Historic Vehicles is pleased to announce its FIFTH ANNUAL food truck fair; The Truck Stops Here- Mobile Madness! Join us on June 29th from 12-4pm for this unique experience where you can enjoy a variety of food selections from today’s food trucks while learning about food trucks manufactured here at the Boyertown Auto Body Works. Food trucks from all over Southeastern Pennsylvania will be stopping at the museum to offer up some of their award-winning cuisines. One of the vendors that will be providing food is operating out of an original Boyertown Auto Body Works truck, a 1977 Mister Softee! This event will be held in the museum’s newly renovated parking lot, across the street from the entrance to the museum. Admission is only $5 for both the museum and the fair! Can’t beat that price! We look forward to educating you!
Our theme this year is Tour wagons of the Boyertown Auto Body Works! We will have our 1966 BABW Tourwagon on display as well as VINTAGE CAMPERS of all kinds joining us from the Tin Can Tourists!!
Grab a Burger for BMHV!
July 26th, 2019 6-9pm
Cruise into Cd’s Place on Friday, July 26th from 6-9pm and help support a local, non-profit Museum! Specialty burgers and fries will be available for purchase! Proceeds benefit The Boyertown Museum of Historic Vehicles. BYOB! This event will be both indoor and outdoor, weather permitting.
54th Annual Duryea Day
August 31st, 2019 9-4pm
The Boyertown Museum of Historic Vehicles, along with the Pottstown Region of the Antique Automobile Club of America, will be hosting the 54th Annual Duryea Day Antique & Classic Car & Truck Show & Flea Market on August 31st, 2019 in Boyertown Community Park. For over fifty years, Duryea Day has earned its reputation as a family-friendly event in Berks County.
Duryea Day benefits the Boyertown Museum of Historic Vehicles and helps the Museum to continue its mission of collecting, preserving, and exhibiting our Pennsylvania transportation heritage. The Boyertown Museum, like Duryea Day, began in 1965 and continues to tell Pennsylvania’s industrial, cultural, and technological history through the lens of road transportation.