Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum was opened in 1956 to display race vehicles and memorabilia, principally associated with the Indianapolis 500 race. The first Museum building was located at the southwest corner of the Speedway’s property, where the Speedway’s Administration Building now stands.
Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum Admission:
Seniors 62+ $14
Youth 6-15 $8
5 and under Free
Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum Hours:
March – October: Daily 9am – 5 pm
November – February: Daily 10am – 4 pm
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