There was a time when ordinary people began to own automobiles, but there were few paved roads to drive on.
Wednesday, August 16
12 PM & 2 PM
Pack your spare tires and extra provisions for an epic adventure that was a quintessential moment in American automobile tourism. Join us on the 76-day inaugural tour of the Park-to-Park Highway, a 5,000-mile route that connected all 12 of the national parks in 1920.
Filmmaker Brandon Wade presents this perilous, yet lighthearted story about a time when ordinary people could finally own automobiles but had few paved roads to drive on.
Stories include “For the Benefit & Enjoyment of the People” and “See America First.” Part 1 of 2.
Running time: 56 minutes
To request a reservation, please call during business hours one week prior to the event.
Event Tags: film, free, highways, national parks, Oro Valley, travel