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Vintage Automobile Display

Saturday, May 12

As a salute to the Festival’s heritage, when it was common practice to take a “Sunday drive” along the “Tulip Route”, Canada’s Capital A’s Model A car club brings its vintage automobiles (1928-1931) for a “show and tell” before and after their procession along Queen Elizabeth Drive from Lansdowne Park, past Dow’s Lake Pavilion to the Experimental Farm. With drivers in period costume, the procession is a reminder of bygone days predating even the Festival which launched in 1953.

GENREKids & Family, Culture & Heritage
VENUELANDSDOWNE PARK - The Art and Culture Tulip Experience
COSTFree
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As a salute to the Festival’s heritage, when it was common practice to take a “Sunday drive” along the “Tulip Route”, Canada’s Capital A’s Model A car club brings its vintage automobiles (1928-1931) for a “show and tell” before and after their procession along Queen Elizabeth Drive from Lansdowne Park, past Dow’s Lake Pavilion to the Experimental Farm. With drivers in period costume, the procession is a reminder of bygone days predating even the Festival which launched in 1953.