Estrella Warbirds Museum and Woodland Auto Display are open regular hours, Thursday through Sunday, 10 am to 4 p.m. Current California COVID mandates require face masks. Some displays are limited to traffic flow in one direction.
On loan at the Petersen Museum in Los Angeles, will be a car from Ascot's history, the famous "Tamale Wagon" sprint car with an extremely rare Moser engine. This is the same car that our own Rick Goudy drove to a CRA championship.
The Woodland Automobile Display is an automotive museum in Paso Robles, California, which showcases vintage, classic, and historic vehicles. The museum's primary focus is racing vehicles, with a concentration of NASCAR Sprint, Modified, Super Modified and Midget race cars.The Woodland Auto Display is located on the grounds of the Estrella Warbird Museum at the Paso Robles Municipal Airport in central California. The Woodland Auto Display was opened to the public on July 19, 2009. Originally just under 5,000 square feet of display area, by 2015, it had grown to approximately 17,000 square feet of covered display area. Another 7,000 square feet of restoration shop is located off site.
Most of the vehicles on display have been restored to the original condition as when first built. Some of the cars came off the track and required little to no restoration, while some were restored to pristine condition after being rolled, wrecked, worn out or demolished.
Founded by vintner and car aficionado Richard "Dick" Woodland, the collection also includes numerous well known vintage and classic automobiles, along with preserved historical motorcycles.
HOURS: Thur., Fri., Sat., Sun. &
Legal Monday Holidays:
President's Day, Memorial Day, Labor Day, Veterans Day:
10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
ADMISSION to Woodland Auto Display includes admission to Estrella Warbirds Museum facilities.
Pricing and special Group Tours (Minimum of 10 or more): Full Information Click Here
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