We have taken all precautions to ensure your safety, as well as our staff. As per the guidelines sanctioned by the State and the Town of Brookline, masks are a requirement or you will not be allowed entry into the Museum.
Also, in keeping with the mandates, we are limiting our capacity at any given time. You may have to wait outside, where you can enjoy the Park, until other visitors have exited the Carriage House.
Sanitizing stations have been installed in several convenient places around the Museum.
We expect that all visitors will follow the 6’ apart rule as well as our “one way” signs in order to create a safe flow of traffic.
Regular cleaning and sanitizing of high- touch areas will be done frequently and systematically as needed.
We now have a “no cash” policy. You will need a credit/debit card for any purchases, including from our Museum store.
Members always get in free, please remember to bring your membership card. We hope to see you soon at the home of “America’s Oldest Car Collection.”
Updated August 5, 2020
The Museum will be open 10am-2pm • Wednesday, Thursday, Friday.
The Museum will be open 10am-4pm • Saturday & Sunday.
The Museum will be closed Mondays & Tuesdays.
New Years Day: January 1
Independence Day: July 4
Thanksgiving Day: Fourth Thursday of November
Christmas Day: December 25
Effective July 8, 2020:
Adults, $12 | Seniors, Students, Military, Children 6-12, $7
Children under 6 are free. Museum Members are always free.
We invite you to consider becoming a Museum Member or making a donation to the Museum.
An "e-gift card" to the Museum is a great way to share the Museum with friends and family! Just select the amount you would like to gift the recipient and choose which day you would like it to be delivered. A gift of admission, a family membership, or a trip to the gift shop - the possibilities are endless! Purchase now!
Lawn Events are open to all! If you would like to register your show vehicle, please check the Lawn Event page here. Not all events have online registration available. You may register your show vehicle day-of at ALL of the Lawn Events. Please note: Online Registration does not guarantee a space on the lawn. Please arrive early, even if you registered online.
If you would like to attend one of our Lawn Events as a spectator, you do not need to register online or buy tickets in advance. Simply show up at any time during the show’s duration and check in at the front gate for a wristband. Admission to the Lawn Event also includes admission to the Museum. Please note: On occasion, we may end the event early due to weather or other circumstances.
TRAILERING A VEHICLE:
If you are trailering a vehicle to a Lawn Event, please be advised there is absolutely NO trailer parking within the grounds of Larz Anderson Park. You MUST park your trailer outside of the park grounds. Limited parking spots within the park are limited to Park Visitors and Museum Guests. Unauthorized trailers will be asked to move via Museum PA or DJ and then towed.
There is NO overnight parking available.
You may unload your trailer within the park and then move to Newton Street. When entering the grounds, please bear right and check in with a Museum staff person before unloading.
For more information or questions about lawn events, please call the Lawn Event Manager at 617-522-6547 x13 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Larz Anderson Auto Museum provides an exciting educational experience for adults and children alike. Through text, video, and original artifacts, the Museum is able to provide an understanding of the automobile age and how it has changed our society.
The Museum offers unique guided tours and lesson plans for various age groups. Along with tours, the Museum also offers fun and informational adult and children’s programming and events. Please note: Our education department needs at least three weeks notice to schedule a tour. Please visit this page for more information.
The Larz Anderson Auto Museum is a wonderful resource for bringing the classroom to life! Our Automotive Exhibits provide fascinating stories of the far-reaching changes that the automobile has provided modern society. From rich man’s toy to everyday necessity, the automobile has changed our everyday practices. These topics are explored in depth through text, video, and historic artifacts.
PRIVATE EVENTS & MUSEUM RENTALS:
The Museum has a list of Authorized Caterers and Preferred Vendors. Details on those providers, fee schedules, and walk-through appointments are available through Karen by appointment.
15 Newton Street
Brookline, MA 02445
Phone: 617-522-6547 | Fax: 617-524-0170