Car shows have always very popular in the Southern Tier.  If you've ever been to one, you know the feeling you get when you see these retro pieces of metal from a bygone era and the excitement that comes from seeing them all in one place.  It takes you back to a simpler time before mobile phones and endless TV channels with nothing ever on to watch.

When you visit the Northeast Car Museum in Norwich New York you get that same feeling of when cars were big and stress was low.  Located at 24 Rexford Street, the museum is open year round with the exception of the winter holidays.

The Northeast Car Museum is getting ready to unveil a new exhibit this weekend (May 21).  Road Rivals: Police Cars vs Muscle Cars and Motorcycles will feature police cars from all over the United States and even a police bike. The four passenger Emblem motorcycle dates back to the year 1914, the same bike a family drove coast to coast the same year.

What keeps people coming back to the Norwich museum is all the new cars that are added every year.  New this year are new pre-war and post-war exhibits.

Admission is $10 for adults, $5 for children ages 6-18 and under 6 is free.  For more information call 607-334-2886 or visit their website by clicking HERE.

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