Kids Take the Wheel for FREE at SAM

Children 10 and under will receive free admission to the Saratoga Automobile Museum during Winter Break

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SARATOGA SPRINGS – The Saratoga Automobile Museum will be providing children, ages 10 and under, with free admission to the Museum as part of the Museum’s on-going educational programming during winter break from Wednesday, Feb. 17 to Sunday, Feb. 21, 2021.

While educational events and hands-on programs are suspended due to COVID-19, free admission for children allows the Museum to continue its founding mission of educating the general public and students to the role of the automobile in New York State and the wider world.

“We are excited to offer parents access to a socially distanced and safe way to keep their kids engaged,” said Carly Connors, executive director. “With our free admission for kids during winter break, we’re hoping to introduce kids to different forms of automotive history, technology and inspiration.”


Children, and parents, can expect to see automobiles from as early as 1913 to ones as modern as 2020. They can also learn about the history and cars of the Dyson Racing team from Poughkeepsie, N.Y., which is the Museum’s main exhibit showcase that concludes in April.

Children’s free Museum admission tickets are available by reserving a visit day and time at saratogaautomuseum.org/hours-admissions and by using the coupon code: KIDZ

For more information about the Saratoga Automobile Museum, visit saratogaautomuseum.org.

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