What steps is LMM taking to make our guests feel safe? The Museum is following local, state, and CDC guidelines for sanitation and personal protection, including: • Facemasks will be required for staff, and are strongly encouraged for our guests • Social distancing will be required in our lobby and restrooms, including separated one-way traffic for entering and exiting the building • An acrylic sneeze guard shield has been installed at the ticket counter • Our vending area will be closed • Access to our gift shop will be limited • Closure of interactive exhibits, play area, and other likely touch points • Vault tours of the basement are currently prohibited by state law; once restrictions are lifted, we will re-examine the possibility of offering tours safely • Strict adherence to locally-mandated daily temperature screenings and heath assessments by staff • Periodic cleansing of door handles and jambs, light switches, and other touch points • Daily deep-cleaning by our janitorial staff • Daily disinfectant applied to the entire interior of the building by method of a fogging machine before open Please note that these guidelines could change over time, as we continue to get direction from our local, state, and CDC leaders.
You've seen our 1951 Hoffmann, but have you ever tried to get in (or out) of it? Jeff's gotta stay pretty limber to be able to drive this thing!
Calling all weird, wacky, and wonderful die-casts! What do you have in your collection? Share your most unique die-casts in their element (like the examples here) and we'll share our favorites tomorrow. Be sure to use the tag #DieCastDebacle so we can see your posts!
Today is #NationalEarthDay2020 and we're celebrating virtually! . Earth Day isn't just about planting trees or picking up trash, it's about taking care of our planet as a whole. We even have an exhibit dedicated to cars who are doing their part: Fuel Mileage Champs! Parents, use these fun activity sheets (answer key included) at home with your kids to learn more about highly fuel efficient vehicles you may have never heard of before! Be sure to visit this exhibit once we're able to open up our doors again. Visit www.lanemotormuseum.org for more information on the cars featured in these worksheets. . For more resources and information on how Nashville is doing their part for Virtual Earth Day, visit www.nashvilleearthday.org/virtual