Speedway Motors Museum of American Speed
Founded in 1992 by “Speedy” Bill and Joyce Smith, the Speedway Motors Museum of American Speed is dedicated to preserving, interpreting, and displaying physical items significant in racing and automotive history.
The Museum of American Speed is a federally recognized 501 (c) (3) private foundation and currently encompasses more than 150,000 sq. ft. over three levels. The vast collection resulted from the Smiths’ personal involvement in racing and hot rodding for more than six decades, and their lifelong passion for collecting and preserving historic automotive artifacts.
Speedway Motors Museum of American Speed Admission:
Seniors (Ages 60+) $10
Veterans/College Students (With ID) $10
Youth (Ages 6-17) $5
Children (Ages 5 and under) Free
Active Military (With ID) Free
Plan: 3-4 hr
Speedway Motors Museum of American Speed Hours:
Monday – Friday 12 am – 4:30 pm Saturday 9 am – 1pm
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