Car and technology buffs, this one is for you. Premiering this Saturday, April 13th, The Heritage Museum and Gardens in Sandwich hosts a unique exhibit of "concept cars"-- vehicles designed for engineering and not for the auto showrooms.
Among the highlights, a flying plane that requires only 20 hours of training to operate. I don't know about you, but that doesn't sound like enough education to fly anything more than a kite.
Also, a 1956 Buick with a long eye toward the future, real long. Can you believe that 57 years ago engineers created a film camera on the rear bumper?
In addition to the 16 cars on the display, there's a hands on exhibit where children can draw their own versions of the car of the future, and where anyone can assemble a car with various items supplied by Heritage Museum.
It's a fun time for all and it runs until October 27th. Heritage Museum and Gardens is located at 67 Grove Street in Sandwich. Admission is $15. for adults and $7. for children 3 to 12. Little ones are free.
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