My family went to the Peterson Automotive Museum. We had a fun time getting there and when we drove into the parking garage, we found Lightening McQueen and a rocket car! We also passed by a bakery truck that said Peterson Automotive Museum. When we got inside, I noticed there was a Hot Wheels gift store with a giant Hot Rod inside the store. We got our stamps to get in and we went through an area that had cars from old movies. Ryan and I peeked over at the next aisle and found muscle cars. We also found some woodies. There was a fake store inside with plastic oranges, a bank, and an insurance company. Then my dad said, "You need to take time and look at the signs" because we were going too fast. But I WAS taking time to look at all the license plates. We moved on to the next area which had an old Pasadena police car and other classic cars. I also found a car where a door would slide into a groove in the side. Then we ate lunch and headed upstairs.
We found categories of electric, hybrid, steam, and solar powered cars. I read a little bit of the paragraphs on some of the categories. We also found some sports cars and a Hot Wheels exhibit. When we got to the Hot Wheels exhibit there was an arch of cars.
Last but not least there was a Hot Wheels play section where you could check out cars and race them down a track. First I was confused where to get the cars but then Daddy got a car for Ryan and me. I raced down and traded my cars to see if I could find faster ones. After racing, Daddy and I built a car together. At the very end we went on a Hot Wheels spinning chair.
I would recommend this museum since it tells about cars and that there are over a trillion types of toy cars out in the world.