Automobile enthusiasts invited to showcase their wheels on Aug. 4
Birmingham, Ala.– Vulcan Park and Museum invites car enthusiasts to the Motors and Mochas Car Show with The Porsche Sports Driving School on Sat., Aug. 4 from 9-11am.
Motors and Mochas was created to bring car aficionados together atop Red Mountain to share their passion for cool cars including classics, customized, restored, racing and other incredible vehicles. O’Henry’s Coffee will be available onsite with the purchase of an admission ticket, while supplies last.
The park including the museum, The Anvil and observatory will have special hours and open at 9am to accommodate earlier visitors.
Director of PR & Marketing LaShana Sorrell said she hopes to see people who like cool cars and the Big Guy gather for a fun morning.
“We are always looking for ways to engage and educate the community on the state’s history. This partnership was a natural collaboration and a fun way to discuss our ongoing exhibit – Southern Thunder: The Legacy of Alabama Auto Racing,” Sorrell said.
All vehicles are welcome to attend but will need to register via the Facebook event page.
Admission to for the Museum and Observation Tower is as follows – Adults $6, Seniors (65+) / Military $5, Children ages 5-12 $4 and Children 4 years and under free.
About Vulcan® Park and Museum
Vulcan Park Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization which operates Vulcan Park and Museum on behalf of the City of Birmingham. Vulcan Park and Museum’s mission is to preserve and promote Vulcan as the symbol for the Birmingham region, advance knowledge and understanding of Birmingham’s history and culture, and to encourage exploration of the region.