Northeast Dirt Modified Museum and Hall of Fame
The Northeast Dirt Modified Museum and Hall of Fame was established in 1992, to showcase the rich and storied history of Modified stock car competition on the Northeastern oval dirt tracks — the cars, drivers, owners, mechanics, builders, promoters, media members, and memorabilia of the sport.
Located in Weedsport, New York, on the grounds of Weedsport Speedway, the Museum, and Hall of Fame is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization incorporated in New York State in 1995, for the sole purpose of preserving the history of dirt Modified racing and honoring its greatest achievers.
Northeast Dirt Modified Museum Admission:
Suggested admission donation is $7 for adults
$5 for seniors and children.
Northeast Dirt Modified Museum Hours:
Tuesday – Sunday 12:30 pm – 4 pm
January – March: Saturday & Sunday 12pm – 4pm
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