The Boyertown Museum of Historic Vehicles has taken a giant step into the future by installing electric vehicle charging stations for our visitors to utilize. These new chargers — four Tesla and two universal connectors — will be installed for use in the museum’s parking lot across from the main entrance along South Walnut Street.
To celebrate, the Boyertown Museum will hold a ribbon cutting for the new electric vehicle chargers on Friday, July 20, at 3 p.m.
Both Tesla and Quigley Chevrolet will be in attendance at the ribbon cutting. Tesla will be offering test drives and Quigley will have a 2018 Bolt on display.
Museum volunteers are also currently working on getting the 1919 Detroit Electric Coupe in running condition as a nod to our country’s long history of electric vehicle innovation and design. Refreshments will be available and the museum gallery will be open and feature a special display on electric vehicle history.