The Blackhawk Museums established 1988 is a gathering of exhibition halls in Danville, California, best known for its critical accumulation of great, uncommon and one of a kind cars. The Museum is a not-for-benefit 501c3 private working establishment. The historical center houses around ninety great autos. It likewise houses a show displaying crafted by the Wheelchair Foundation.
The office is situated inside the Blackhawk Plaza mall and is a subsidiary of the Smithsonian Affiliations program.Founded by an association between promoter Ken Behring and Don Williams that started in 1982, the Blackhawk Automotive Museum initially opened its entryways in August 1988.
The Museum, a not for benefit 501c3 private working establishment, was built up to guarantee that critical car fortunes would be shown for open satisfaction and instructive advancement. One of the exhibition hall's most bizarre highlights is a 1924 Hispano-Suiza H6C with a body framed with tulipwood.Over the years, the gallery has likewise housed a 1962 John F. Kennedy limousine and a Chinese Hongqi, the principal Chinese-made car to be transported in to the United States.