Toyota's U.S. history spans more than 55 years. To honor that journey, they have created a showcase of their most memorable automobiles. There's vintage cars, sports cars, racing cars and more.
The vintage vehicles housed in the museum trace Toyota's amazing impact on America, starting as an unknown company in 1957 to becoming one of today's leading automakers.
I've never really been up close to racing cars. So coming here for it makes the drive worth it.
You can schedule an appointment for a self guided tour of the museum. The tour will only take about 15 minutes, but with lots of photo ops for the car enthusiasts. And I'm not just talking about guys who frequent car exhibits(my brothers). It's also for kids who developed a liking for cars early on because of the Disney movie Cars... like my daughter who watch Disney's Cars everyday for a good whole month.
You need to call ahead to schedule a tour before going to the Toyota Museum inspite the fact that it never really gets pack. There's only us and another group when we were there.
If you're looking into going, you may contact them with the information below
Contact: Susan Sanborn
Phone: (310) 468-4728-office/voicemail
Museum Phone: (310) 468-8726
Torrance, CA 90501
Disclosure: This is not a sponsored post.