The Maryland Guide - April 18, 2024

The M aryland G uide • 4- 18- 24 CLASSIC MOTOR MUSEUM ST. MICHAELS, MARYLAND The Classic Motor Museum is dedicated to appreciating, preserving and showcasing America’s heritage of automotive innovation and adaption while at the same time exposing future generations of Talbot County and Eastern Shore young adults to that heritage and its contributions. We have over 20 mint condition classic cars in our beautiful Amish-built exhibit barn. We are also a meeting place for car enthusiasts, a venue for car shows during the Spring and Summer and we have a variety of special events for our members. In addition, we sponsor an apprenticeship program for adults who are interested in a career in vehicle repair and restoration. It is called the Automotive Technician Apprenticeship Program (ATAP) and is approved by the State of Maryland Department of Labor. 102 E. Marengo St., St. Michaels, MD 21663 410-745-8979 Hours: Friday 11AM-3PM; Saturday 9AM-4PM; Sunday 11AM-3PM MARSHALL STEAM MUSEUM & FRIENDS OF AUBURN HEIGHTS PRESERVE INC. YORKLYN (HOCKESSIN), DELAWARE Take a step back in time to experience what life was like at the dawn of the automotive age at the Marshall Steam Museum in Hockessin. The museum houses a collection of automobiles originally belonging to T. Clarence Marshall, and features the world’s largest operating collection of Stanly steam cars, a 1916 electric car, and two 1930s Packards. The museum building is accessible to individuals with disabilities, but the historic mansion may not be due to its many steps, both inside and out. Handicap and accessible parking is available within the estate between the Carriage House and the museum or past the museum near the water tower. 3000 Creek Road Yorklyn, DE 19736 (302) 239-2385 Hours: Thursday 1-4PM; Friday 1-4PM oca ut o iv M s u