Celebrate World Automobile Day January 29 at the Orlando Auto Museum

Celebrate World Automobile Day January 29 at the Orlando Auto Museum

Orlando Auto Museum

ORLANDO, Fla. —  Automobiles have come a long way since the invention of the first automobile in 1886. World Automobile Day on January 29 celebrates the innovation the industry has seen since that first patent was filed.

In Orlando, car lovers can take a trip through the history of the automotive industry and see vehicles from a variety of decades and countries at the Orlando Auto Museum at Dezerland Park.

If you haven’t explored the country’s largest auto museum at Florida’s largest indoor theme park, now’s the time! The Orlando Auto Museum at Dezerland Action Park is home to more than 2,000 vehicles worth over $200 million, so there’s always a new vehicle to discover.

Orlando Auto Museum

Cars of the World

From Buckingham Palace and across Europe to the shores of Cuba and Main Street USA — the Auto Museum showcases vehicles from all around the world.

The Buckingham Palace exhibit features classic cars from the United Kingdom including Rolls Royce, Jaguars, Bentleys, and more. Known for it’s colorful, classic cars — guests can see vehicles from the streets of Cuba or vintage Americana cars from Main Street USA. The Cars of Europe pavilion is home to vehicles from Italy, Germany, Sweden, Russia, Netherlands and more.

Orlando Auto Museum

Cars of the Stars

The Orlando Auto Museum has plenty of cars to impress movie lovers too! The museum is home to replicas of famous vehicles, like The Mystery Machine from “Scooby Doo”, The DeLorean from “Back to the Future,” an Ecto-1 from “Ghostbusters” and many more.

Not to mention some vehicles that were actually used on screen, like one of the stunt cars used in “Fast & Furious 4” or two Batmobiles in the museum’s very own Bat Cave.

Orlando Auto Museum

Military Pavilion

To pay respect to our country’s military history, guests can visit the Military Pavilion to see vehicles from America and its allies past wars and conflicts. The pavilion features a DUKW amphibious vehicle that was used by the United States in World War II and other historic combat vehicles.

After exploring the Orlando Auto Museum guests can also enjoy meals from a variety of cuisines in Dezerland Action Park’s food hall and explore the other indoor attractions, including Florida’s longest indoor go-kart track, a laser tag maze, a virtual reality arena and more.

For more information about Dezerland Action Park and the Orlando Auto Museum, visit https://dezerlandparkorlando.com/

About Dezerland Action Park Orlando – Dezerland Park Orlando is Florida’s largest indoor attraction with over 850,000 square feet of family entertainment options. The park is home to the Orlando Auto Museum with more than 2,000 vehicles worth over $200 million, making it the country’s largest auto museum. Dezerland also features Florida’s longest indoor go-kart track, boutique bowling, a laser tag maze, a virtual reality arena, more than 300 arcade games, a 30,000 square-foot trampoline park, glow-in-the-dark mini golf, axe throwing, Cinemark theater and so much more. 

Guests can enjoy a variety of dining and shopping options including a food hall, 007 Bond Bar & Restaurant (adjacent to the world’s largest collection of James Bond vehicles and memorabilia), Jump Start Café, Bass Pro Shop, Rocket Fizz candy store, huge gift shop and a leather store. Free parking and admission.

Learn more at dezerlandpark.com or @DezerlandParkOrlando and @OrlandoAutoMuseum on social. To book an event or to discuss leasing opportunities, call 321-754-1700.

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