The Museum

Founded in 2010, the Mullin Automotive Museum strives to educate guests about 20th-century French automotive styling and design. The museum boasts nearly 47,000 square feet of exhibit space in an elegantly designed structure, which was previously owned by legendary newspaper publisher Otis Chandler.

In addition to its sweeping gallery spaces, the museum includes a roof garden, theater, gift shop and archival storage.

The Founder

Peter W. Mullin has had a lifelong romance with automobiles. He is a devoted supporter of the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance and other concours events around the globe. He has entered and driven his cars in vintage races and rallies for the last 25 years, both in the United States and abroad.

Mullin is Chairman of Mullin Barens Sanford Financial & Insurance Services, Chairman Emeritus and current Board Member of M Financial and Past Chairman and current Board Member of the Petersen Automotive Museum, President of the American Bugatti Club, and an active participant and supporter of the Los Angeles Community. He is also a Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters for contributions to preserving French history and culture and is a founding partner in the Cotswold Automotive Park and Mullin Museum in Great Tew, UK.

The Foundation

The Mullin Automotive Museum Foundation supports non-profit public charities that are dedicated to the study, preservation and public display of classic automobiles.