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Join us for the 12th Annual CruiserFest celebration

CruiserFest is the museum's way of connecting the outdoor and off-road community while providing educational and networking opportunities. This event welcomes people of all ages and includes an outdoor car show, tours of the museum, as well as workshops and presentations aimed toward increasing visitors' appreciation of the outdoors and sharpening their skills for getting out to explore the world around them. These opportunities are a great way to learn from others and to connect with new people.

Keynote Speaker - Randy Nonnenberg BaT logo black copy

This year we are pleased to present Randy Nonnenberg as our keynote speaker. Randy is the Co-Founder and President of, the popular online auction marketplace and enthusiast community founded in 2007. 

RN Headshot copyRandy's car passion comes from many hours spent in the garage with his father as a child, and from their restoration of several  cars together including early Mustangs, Alfas, Land Cruisers, and a 1963 Corvette. His first vehicle was a 1974 FJ40 that he found in the Truck Trader print ads at age fourteen.

Having studied Mechanical Engineering with hopes of working in the auto industry, he developed a career working for Audi AG & BMW AG for ten years following college. Today, Randy's daily driver is a Renault R5 Turbo 2, but his favorite vehicle is his 1975 FJ40 that he has had for 21 years and built in the exact style of the truck he drove in high school.

Speaking Time: 
1:00 PM
Duration: 60 minutes + Q&A



Our day will entertain the whole family. Join us for a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate our new location, guided museum tours by Land Cruiser experts, food trucks, educational and inspirational workshops, Hot Wheels track, a top-end keynote presentation, and an array of personal Cruisers on display. Local club Wasatch Cruisers will judge and award – Most Original, Least Original, Rustiest Relic, and of course Best of Show! Think your Land Cruiser has what it takes to win? Step up to the plate and join the Show N Shine.

Preview our program schedule and check back as we update with news on inspirational workshops and offerings.


The Land Cruiser Heritage Museum is a 501(c)(3) non-profit foundation. All proceeds from this event go to the preservation, stewardship, and continuing public access to the world's largest collection of Toyota Land Cruisers.

Adult - $15.00
Senior (Age 65+) - $10.00
Military - $10.00
Young Adult (Ages 13-18) - $12.00
Youth (Ages 6-12) - $8.00
Child (Ages 0-5) - FREE

Tickets will be sold at the door on September 11th OR purchase your tickets in advance for quick entry.


Parking & Camping

During the event guests can park in front of the museum directly beneath the 600 North viaduct. Additional parking can also be found street-side along 500 West. Please be sure to secure your valuables during the event. The LCHM Foundation, staff, and volunteers are not responsible for damaged, lost, or stolen property.

For our friends looking to camp during CruiserFest, we encourage you to contact Salt Lake City KOA Holiday to make arrangements. Camping is located at 1400 W North Temple in Salt Lake City, less than 3 miles from our CruiserFest location. Limited spaces available.


COVID-19 Statement

Masks are not required at this time for attendees who are vaccinated, but you are welcome to wear one while in the facility. Hand wash stations, hand sanitizer, and restroom facilities will be readily available on-site.

Please do not attend if you are experiencing symptoms or if you have tested positive for COVID-19 in the 10 days before the event. The health and safety of our event attendees and local residents is of the utmost importance to us. Up-to-date COVID-19 protocols from the Utah Department of Health can be found online - note: these protocols are subject to change.

We thank you for your understanding and compliance.


 Highlights from past CruiserFests

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