Monthly Cruise Coming to the Mustang Owner's Museum

Mark Houlahan May 21 2019

Now that the big grand opening and 55 Years of Mustang event is in their rearview mirror, the folks at the Mustang Owner’s Museum [www.mustangownersmuseum.com] in Concord, North Carolina (just a stone’s throw from Charlotte Motor Speedway) are steadfastly working on events, both within the museum and outside the museum and neighboring properties. These events will run the gamut from free-to-attend public events to privately held events within the museum itself.

The first event announcement comes barely six weeks after the grand opening festivities and will be a free monthly event. Held on the last Saturday of every month, Fords at the Museum is open to all Ford vehicles on these Saturday mornings. Beginning at 7AM and ending at 10AM, Fords at the Museum offers a great early morning destination that won’t get in the way of your regular Saturday schedule. Using the museum’s paved parking areas in front of and behind the museum, as well as across the street in the large grass lot, there is plenty of room, however parking is first come, first served and group/club parking must park in the grass lot.

The Mustang Owner’s Museum will be open during these Saturday morning events with discounted ticket pricing of just $8 per person with children 15 and under admitted free. The first Fords at the Museum will be held June 29th, 2019 with remaining 2019 dates to mark your calendar are July 27th, August 3rd, September 28th, October 26th, November 30th, and December 28th. If you’re on Facebook, you can find the event page at www.facebook.com/events/1215607615282017 to sign up and share with your friends.

Additionally, if you’ll be attending the Carlisle Ford Nationals May 31st-June 1st, 2019 in just a couple of weeks feel free to stop by the Mustang Owner’s Museum vendor area, located at spot D98, which is in the first vendor row opposite the food court area to say hello and get more information on upcoming museum events.

Photography by Mustang Owner’s Museum & Mark Houlahan

SOURCE: HOT ROD

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