Evel Knievel Museum
For daredevils and dreamers of all ages, come rediscover the spectacle of the death-defying Evel Knievel show, now open and flying sky-high in Topeka, Kansas. Witness the incredible collection of physics-defying bikes that launched the legend. See his iconic 1974 Mack Truck & Trailer “Big Red.” Examine the star-spangled helmets (battered, beaten and beautiful) that undoubtedly saved Evel’s uninsurable life more than once. Listen to the eye-widening, imagination-sparking, and doesn’t-seem-possible stories that defined an American icon at the Evel Knievel Museum.
Evel Knievel Museum Admission:
Students 8-17 $7
Under 8 Free
Evel Knievel Museum Hours:
Tuesday – Friday 10 am – 5 pm
Saturday 9 am – 5 pm
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