American Treasure Tour has Something for Everyone of Every Age

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Since its opening in 2010, the American Treasure Tour has seen an immeasurable amount of guests from 3 to 93 years old. The tour is divided into two portions—the Music Room and the Toy Room—and lasts up to 90 minutes. Guests see historic exhibits like classic cars, circus art, automatic music machines, nickelodeon and band organ collection displays.

Tours are reservation only, and buffet lunches are provided before or after. “We can accommodate any type of event here at the American Treasure Tour, for groups of any size and for any reason. We have hosted holiday parties, networking events and social functions,” says Community Relations Manager Isaac Brooks.

The American Treasure Tour’s goal is to make sure its visitors enjoy their fun-filled experience. “The greatest joy for us is receiving the thank-yous from thousands of guests for introducing them to automatic music or reminding them of these amazing pieces,” says Brooks.  

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Mark Ryan makes is mark and takes the lead at Robert Ryan Catering and Design.

 

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