International Motorsports Hall of Fame
The International Motorsports Hall of Fame museum tour is a walking, self-guided tour that takes approximately an hour to complete.
In addition to the three exhibit halls and pavilion area, the Motorsports Hall of Fame also includes the McCaig-Wellborn Motorsports Research Library, a 3,000 square foot space with over 14,000 volumes of books, magazines, and other research materials (open weekdays only). It may be the most comprehensive collection of motorsports information on Earth.
The average Hall of Fame & Museum tour can take between 1 and 3 hours depending on the amount of time you wish to spend with each attraction.
3198 Speedway Blvd
Lincoln, AL 35096
Students (age 6-12) $5.00
Children 5 & under FREE with adult admission
Open: Daily 9am – 4pm
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