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Preserving Pennsylvania’s transportation history
We are located at 85 South Walnut Street in Boyertown — just 35 miles northwest of Philadelphia, in southeastern Pennsylvania.
Hours: 9:30am to 4:00pm Tuesday through Sunday, year round, except major holidays.
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The Boyertown Museum of Historic Vehicles preserves and educates about our local road transportation history. Almost all of the vehicles, from cars and trucks to wagons and carriages, were built in Pennsylvania. We also count automotive literature and memorabilia amongst our collection.
Volunteers make the wheels turn at the Boyertown Museum, and we are always looking for more members for the team. Whatever your interests and strengths, we will work with you to find the perfect project for you.
Immerse yourself in history for your next social or business function. We provide an ideal setting for business meetings, club meetings, and parties. Spaces are available for conferences and dining.
Boyertown Museum of Historic Vehicles Announces New Executive Director
The Boyertown Museum of Historic Vehicles recently announced the promotion of Deborah Bertolet from Assistant Executive Director to Executive Director.
Deborah was brought on to the Boyertown Museum team in October of last year as the Assistant Executive Director. As Executive Director, she will continue to initiate positive changes by promoting the Museum more, exposing it to the community and collaborating with more local groups and organizations. “The Museum is such a ‘Gem’ for Boyertown and surrounding areas. I want to increase its ‘Brilliance’ so that it touches many more lives,” Bertolet said.
She is originally from Camp Hill, but has planted deep roots in Berks County. She has an extensive background in marketing and event planning, including such events as the Berks Jazz Fest, Berks County 250th Anniversary Commission, RiverFest and the Governor’s Awards for the Arts.
She currently serves as VP on the Mount Gretna School of Arts board. She is past president of the Berks Arts Council and the Lebanon Valley Council on the Arts. She has served as Chairman of the annual Berks Jazz Fest for 2 years. She helped to develop the Lebanon Arts Center and First Friday in downtown Lebanon.