If you want to spoil dad for Father’s Day, here’s the perfect place to do it.  Take him to the Maritime Aquarium in Norwalk tomorrow to see about a dozen ultra rare cars!   Obviously, the featured cars will have some connection with sea creatures.

For example, if you never saw a 1956 Bangert Manta Ray up close, tomorrow will finally be the day that changes.

Also, if your favorite car is the 1962 Covington Tiburon Roadster… yep, that’ll be there, too!

Those cars and more will feature at the inaugural Maritime Aquarium Auto Show: “Barracudas, Sting Rays & More Show Cars from the Sea.”

The Maritime promises:

“The cars in this exhibit aren’t cars off the street. They’re rare and beautiful show cars, some of which are coming from Florida and New Hampshire just for the day.”

In fact, the show will only feature the best cars named after oceanic animals or inspirations.  So you won’t see just any Sting Ray or Marlin… but THE Sting Ray and Marlin!

Come see all 11 ultra-rare cars at the Maritime’s riverfront courtyard.  They show will remain open to the public from 10AM to 5PM.  If you grab admission to the aquarium, you’ll “sea” the cars for free.

However, if your dad just wants to see the vehicles, no worries.    Admission is 24.95 for adults, $22.95 for seniors (65+), and $17.95 for children 12 and under.

To see a complete list of all the rare cars coming to the Maritime tomorrow, click HERE.

That said, bring dad for a perfect pre-Father’s Day activity.  He enjoys the sight of some amazing classic and rare cars while the family can run around and look at the fish.

Win-win for everyone, I say.

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