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The Winston Cup Museum will be permanently closed as of 12/16/23

Located in downtown Winston-Salem, NC, the museum is just a few blocks away from 6th Street and the Trade Street Arts District. Winston-Salem has a rich racing history and is the home of Bowman Gray Stadium, the longest continuously operated NASCAR-sanctioned track in the country. In fact, at one time, Winston-Salem had a couple of other tracks in addition to Bowman Gray Stadium: Peacehaven Speedway and Dixie Classic Fairgrounds Track.

The Winston Cup Museum is the only place where you can experience the fabulous Winston Cup Series era of NASCAR. As you walk through, you will see exhibits and photos that capture the 33 years that R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company sponsored NASCAR’s premier series. Cars driven by Dale Earnhardt, Sr., Jimmy Spencer, and Wendell Scott are on display and you can relive Michael Waltrip’s victory in The Winston in 1996 and Dale Earnhardt, Jr.’s thrilling Winston No Bull 5 win at Talladega Superspeedway.

1355 N Martin Luther King Jr Dr
Winston-Salem, NC 27101
P:
3367244557
Email: wcminfo@winstoncupmuseum.com

Winston Cup Museum Admission:

Adults $12
7-12 $8
Military ID and Under 6 FREE
Plan: 1hr

Winston Cup Museum Hours:

Thursday – Saturday 10 am – 5 pm

winstoncupmuseum.com

Image via https://www.facebook.com/winstoncupmuseum/photos/

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