New Studebaker Museum exhibit unveiled
SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- The Studebaker Museum unveiled its newest exhibit.
The interactive exhibit is modeled after a service station. Museum goers can honk the horns on the cars, pretend to the change the tires and even wear one of the uniforms.
Rebecca Bonham, the museum's executive directior say says that these types of interactive exhibits are the future for the museum.
"In the future though, we hope to have more hands on interactive activities for older children and for youth, and to make it again more so you can learn through more than just once sense," Bonham said.
The museum just isn't for kids, either. Adults have also enjoyed playing with the new toys.