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Elliott Museum Review

Opened in March 2013, the museum's glittering, green-certified 48,000-square-foot facility is double its previous size and houses a permanent collection along with traveling exhibits pertaining to art, history, and technology. The original museum was founded in 1961 in honor of Sterling Elliott, an inventor of an early automated-addressing machine, the egg crate, and a four-wheel bicycle, and it celebrates history, art, and technology, much of it viewed through the lens of the automobile's effect on American society. There's an impressive array of antique cars, plus paintings, historic artifacts, and nostalgic goods like vintage baseball cards and toys.

Updated: 05-12-2014

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