Hagley Car Show presented by Fidelity Investments
On Sunday, September 17, the Hagley Car Show brings together hundreds of antique and restored cars for what has been called “the best car show in Delaware!” This year’s show includes more than 500 cars from the early 1900s through the late 1990s.
Three, special “feature fields” highlight dozens of cars celebrating this year’s theme: A Drive Down Memory Lane—Celebrating Bygone Brands. Oldsmobiles, Pontiacs, Studebakers, and many other cars will bring back memories of car brands that, for one reason or another, have gone by the wayside. Feature cars will include a 1961 King Midget M3, 1960 Studebaker Hawk, a 1975 gull-wing Bricklin, and dozens of others. The Car Show also includes a vehicle parade, motoring music, and a food court in Hagley’s park-like setting.
This year, the Car Show also includes the grand opening of the new, permanent exhibition du Ponts down the Road in the 1844 Hagley Barn. The exhibition features historic vehicles created from 1890 to 1941 and ranging from a horse-drawn carriage to an early electric car to a WWII Era Indian Motorcycle—all owned and used by members of the du Pont family. Highlights of the new exhibition include a 1918 Cadillac and a 1928 DuPont Motors Model G Phaeton.
For tickets to attend the Car Show, click here. Save on admission with advanced ticket purchases.
Proceeds from the Hagley Car Show support Hagley Museum and Library, a 501(c)3 nonprofit, in fulfilling its mission to “inspire all people to be innovative in their own lives.”
Dogs are not permitted at this event...sorry!
The Hagley Car Show is presented by Fidelity Investments.
Santa stops by Hagley for a visit in the warmth of the Hagley Barn.
Visitors of all ages are invited to discover solutions to science and engineering challenges.
Enjoy a rare opportunity to see Eleutherian Mills, the first du Pont family home built in America, dressed for the holidays and illuminated with softly glowing lights.
Join us for our annual run/walk to benefit Hagley’s Scholarship Fund.