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The Transportation Museum
San Carlos, California

Andrew Mancini, Director

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All Aboard for The Transportation Museum 2019!

Sunday, October 27 at Brittan Acres Elementary School — 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Don't miss the 12th Annual Transportation Museum...

All-new interactive exhibits and activities. A transit-themed escape room. 
Unique displays on topics including the Transcontinental Railroad,
transit villages in the Bay Area, and scenic train rides around the world.
Hands-on flight and bus driver simulators. Outreach booths from the California High-Speed Rail Authority and Metropolitan Transportation Commission.

Featuring a diverse range of engaging exhibits, this year's
Transportation Museum will inspire and excite visitors of all ages.

Get ready!

Sunday, October 27

10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Brittan Acres Elementary School

875 Tamarack Avenue, San Carlos

Free Admission

This year's museum will be held inside the Multi-Use Room at Brittan Acres Elementary School. Parking is available on Tamarack Avenue (a one-way street) or in the teachers' parking lot of Brittan Acres. Enter the museum through this parking lot, off of Tamarack Avenue.

What is The Transportation Museum?

The Transportation Museum is an annual, one-day event featuring interactive and educational exhibits related to all kinds of transportation. The museum was created in 2008 (we're celebrating 12 years!) and is directed by 16-year-old Andrew Mancini in San Carlos, California. With interactive games and activities (like a transit-themed escape room, programming self-driving cars, and more) and thought-provoking exhibits, the museum promises to be a fun time for all ages of visitors. Watch the 2018 museum recap video below >

Who is the museum open to?

The Transportation Museum is open to the everyone, and guests of all ages will enjoy it!
The museum combines fun games, interactive activities, and transportation-related museum exhibits. For example, in 2018, guests enjoyed solving a transit-themed escape room, programming miniature robots to simulate self-driving cars, piloting a flight simulator (left), exploring solutions to Bay Area traffic, and more!

Have any friends, family, or neighbors who you think would enjoy The Transportation Museum? Feel free to invite them — everyone is welcome!

What can I look forward to seeing at the museum?

Returning visitors know that each year brings completely new exhibits and activities. This year's exhibits include a look at the lasting effects of the Transcontinental Railroad, the benefits and drawbacks of transit villages, and scenic train rides around the world. Guests will also be entertained by a transit-themed escape room, a photo booth, a bus driver simulator, and more. A map at the entrance to the museum will provide you with more details.

How did the museum start?

When Museum Director Andrew Mancini was five years old, he was so fascinated by transportation that he started the museum as a way to share his fascination of transit. Today, 12 years later, the museum has expanded in size and changed locations, but continues to be an exciting, fun day for kids and adults alike. To engage both new and repeat visitors, Andrew researches and designs new exhibits each year.

Since 2016, the museum has hosted the exhibits of other youth transportation enthusiasts, including student pilot Brandon D.'s flight simulator.

Join us at the 12th Annual Transportation Museum! We'll see you there.

Sunday, October 27 from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m., Brittan Acres Elementary School

If you have questions or want to learn more, contact the museum.

For more information, check out:

Previous Museum Exhibits            Guest Testimonials

Frequently Asked Questions             Museum History

We'll see you at the museum!