Boyertown museum temporarily closed for renovations

BOYERTOWN, Pa. - Renovations have put the brakes on admission to the Boyertown Museum of Historic Vehicles.

The museum in Boyertown announced Tuesday that it will be closed for the next six or seven weeks to allow for long-awaited renovations to its main gallery.

The gallery floor will be redone in order to improve and enhance the experience for visitors, officials said.

The museum, located in a former factory building of the Boyertown Auto Body Works, has more than 90 locally manufactured vehicles on display, including cars, trucks, carriages, and motorcycles.

Also featured are two examples of roadside architecture: a 1921 cottage-style Sunoco gas station that once stood in Strausstown and a 1938 Jerry O'Mahony diner that was once part of the old Fegely's restaurant on Perkiomen Avenue in Exeter Township.

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