The Transportation Museum

Celebrating 13 Years

When museum curator Andrew Mancini was five years old, he started The Transportation Museum as a one-day annual event. Today, nearly 13 years later, each year's museum brings over 300 visitors around the Bay Area to enjoy interactive and educational exhibits related to all kinds of transportation.

Combining thought-provoking and educational exhibits with hands-on activities, the museum's exhibits are designed for all ages — ranging from programming miniature robots, as a way to simulate self-driving cars, to taste-testing astronaut ice cream to learn what life is like in space.

The 12th Annual Transportation Museum brought community members and transportation enthusiasts alike to San Carlos, California. Exhibits and activities included the lasting impacts of the Transcontinental Railroad, transit villages, an airport-themed escape room, and more! 
Explore a complete recap of the event >

Guests have a blast controlling their own airplane on a flight simulator.
Interesting transportation-related items that have been collected by the museum.
Learn about the differences between Uber, Lyft, and taxis in this Transportation Museum exhibit.

The Transportation Museum is an annual one-day event featuring interesting and educational exhibits related to all kinds of transportation, held each October at Brittan Acres Elementary School in San Carlos, CA. Founded by Andrew Mancini at the age of 5, the museum has since grown to be a unique and fun event for visitors of all ages over the past 12 years. We look forward to having you visit at the 13th Annual museum in summer 2021!

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