Mustang Owner’s Museum

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Mustang Owner’s Museum

The Mustang Owner’s Museum is located in Concord, NC. Why Concord, NC, “where racing lives”? It is a major automotive destination for enthusiasts, with NASCAR, NHRA, and Auto Fair with each event scheduled twice a year plus the NASCAR shops open to the public.

That is just part of the reason the county of Cabarrus and the city of Concord experienced the passion of Mustang enthusiasts in 2014 and have welcome the Museum with open arms.

The Museum showcases over 25 Mustangs.  These Mustangs include classics, modified, racing, and a few unique versions.  The goal is to show the automotive world the many reasons why the Mustang is the most popular “pony car” in the world. 

4005 Dearborn Pl NW
Concord, NC 28027
P:
980-439-5653
Email: info@mustangownersmuseum.com

Mustang Owner’s Museum Admission:

Adults $10
12 and under free
Plan: 1 hr

Mustang Owner’s Museum Hours:

Monday – Saturday  10 AM – 5 PM
​Sunday 12 PM – 5 PM

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McCandless Antique Auto

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McCandless Antique Auto

The McCandless Collection was founded by Mike McCandless in honor of his father, Herb McCandless. Herb was a legendary drag racer known as “Mr. 4 Speed”. The family’s passion for racing was passed down and now hundreds of cars as well as many other vintage automotive memorabilia are on showcase at this museum.

1452 Industry Dr
Burlington, NC 27215
P:
317-488-7374
E: info@mccandlesscollection.com

McCandless Antique Auto Admission:

Free

Plan: <1 hr

McCandless Antique Auto Hours:

Opens June 14, 2023
Wednesday – Friday 9 am – 3 pm
2nd Saturday each month through September  9 am -1 pm
By appointment  Monday & Tuesday

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Dale’s Wheels Through Time

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Dale’s Wheels Through Time

The Dale’s Wheels Through Time is a 38,000-sq.-ft. museum housing 300+ rare motorcycles, cars, and related exhibits, photos & memorabilia.

The automobile collection is equally as interesting as the two-wheeled marvels.  A pair of ’32 roadsters, Packard and Lincoln from the classic era are surrounded by distinctive “one-off” autos such as the 1949 Veritas and the massive 1915 Locomobile built during the gilded age of American history.

The collection was started by Museum Founder Dale Walksler in 1969 in Glen Ellyn, Illinois. In 1977 the collection moved to Mt. Vernon Illinois where it was housed at the Harley-Davidson dealership founded by Dale.  As the collection matured it became obvious the potential for a truly incredible museum was at hand. In 2002, the collection moved to its present location in Maggie Valley, North Carolina. A 501c3 not-for-profit status was attained, and Wheels Through Time was on its way to preserving forever a most unique aspect of our American history.

62 Vintage Ln
Maggie Valley, NC 28751
P: 
828-926-6266
Email: info@wheelsthroughtime.com

Dale’s Wheels Through Time Admission:

Adults $15,
Seniors $12
6-14yr $7

Plan: 2-3 hr

Dale’s Wheels Through Time  Hours:

Thursday – Monday 9am – 5pm (Closed in Winter)

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Richard Childress Racing Museum

Richard Childress Racing Museum

The Richard Childress Racing Museum, located front and center on the 52-acre RCR campus in Welcome, North Carolina, offers visitors a walk-through time and traces how an independent one-car team evolved into one of NASCAR’s most successful organizations.

The RCR Museum takes visitors through a journey that includes team owner Richard Childress’ earliest days as a NASCAR driver, the championship-winning years with Dale Earnhardt and the No. 3 team, the evolution and success of the team after Earnhardt’s untimely passing, and Childress’ passion for the outdoors.

Based in the 47,000-square foot shop that was home to Earnhardt’s No. 3 team for many years, visitors have the opportunity to step back in time to see race cars and other artifacts that have contributed to some of the most iconic moments in NASCAR history.

The museum hosts the largest collection of No. 3 Goodwrench Chevrolets, including the 1998 Daytona 500-winning car, the 1995 Brickyard 400 winner and each of the special paint schemes driven by Earnhardt in the All-Star races from 1995-2000. Guests can learn how the RCR crew developed, built and prepared Chevrolets each week by walking through the different departments of the old race shop.

The museum is also home to some of the team’s most successful cars and iconic moments outside of the Earnhardt-Childress legacy:
– 2001 No. 29 Chevrolet driven to victory by Kevin Harvick at Atlanta Motor Speedway
– 2003 Brickyard 400-winning No. 29 Chevrolet
– 2007 No. 29 Chevrolet as it left Victory Lane after RCR’s second Daytona 500
– 1998 Budweiser Shootout-wining No. 31 Chevrolet driven by Mike Skinner

Along with the team’s Cup Series success, the museum also showcases RCR’s championship efforts in the NASCAR XFINITY, Camping World Truck Series and ARCA Racing Series. The center section of the facility is dedicated to Childress’ devotion to wildlife and outdoor conservation. The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, the North Carolina Wildlife Habitat Foundation, the National Wild Turkey Federation and Ducks Unlimited, all actively involved in the conservation of the nation’s wildlife and natural resources, are showcased in this area along with many of the animal trophies Childress has taken over the years.

The RCR team store has all of the latest apparel and souvenirs for RCR fans of all ages and sizes.

Look closely and you will see former No. 3 pit crew member and Museum curator Danny “Chocolate” Myers in his office, often recording his live show on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio.

236 Industrial Dr
Lexington, NC 27295
P: 
336-731-3389
Email: museumsales@rcrracing.com

Admission: $10, 6 and under free
Plan: 1hr
Open: Tuesday – Friday 10am – 6pm, Saturday 10am – 3pm

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Fayetteville Area Transportation and Local History Museum

Fayetteville Area Transportation and Local History Museum

The Fayetteville Area Transportation and Local History Museum is located in the beautifully restored 1890 Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley Railroad Depot, the museum offers two floors of engaging, artifact-filled exhibits. The rich history of our area is told from pre-history through the early 20th century. Favorite spots in the museum include the steamboat interactive and the recreated Station Agent’s Office. Exhibits are frequently rotated.

325 Franklin St
Fayetteville, NC 28301
P: 
910-433-1457

Fayetteville Area Transportation and Local History Museum Admission:

$ Free
Plan: 1hr

Fayetteville Area Transportation and Local History Museum Hours:

Tuesday – Saturday 10am – 4pm

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American Classic Motorcycle Museum

American Classic Motorcycle Museum

The American Classic Motorcycle Museum is one of the largest private collections of Harley-Davidson motorcycles in the country. Gift shop and Heritage Diner on site.

1170 US-64
Asheboro, NC 27205
P: 
336-629-9564
Email: visitorinfo@heartofnorthcarolina.com

Admission: Free
Plan: 1hr
Open: Monday 6am – 2pm, Tuesday – Friday 6am – 5:30pm, Saturday 6am – 4pm

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