A fantastic collections of racing cars from Indy to Sprint cars. The Pedal car and toy car collections on the top floor are super. Well worth the time.
My brother told me I should go and check it out so my son and I did ,WOW my camera ran out of memory there was so many cool things to look at ! They only give one tour a day and takes about 2 hours so be prepared ! I loved it ! It is a guided tour that... More
The Museum of Speed was something we wanted to visit for a long time. On our way back from out West we got our chance. Everything in the museum is beautifully displayed. The tour guide was very knowledgeable and tried to answer all questions. If you love old race cars this is a must see. Bring your camera because you... More
We enjoy watching motor sports on TV and thought that this would be a really interesting place to visit. As we paid our $10 admission fee we were told the tour would take 2 hours - we thought this was quite long and would have preferred a self guided tour - unfortunately this was not an option. Our guide Duane... More
The Museum of American Speed would like to thank you for your review on Trip Advisor. While preparing for our standard two and a half tours our docents will usually talk with many of you to get a feel for your interest. This in turn helps them tailor the tour a bit since its too hard to talk about everything.... More
If you are anywhere near Lincoln, Nebraska and have even a passing interest in cars you have to visit this museum. It is an amazing collection of cars, car toys, engines, and more! I've been too the museum 3 times now and every visit has something new. The staff is also extremely helpful and very knowledgeable! Speedway Motors has some... More
This is truly the most comprehensive collection of automotive racing history in the world. It dwarfs the Indy version now at 130,000 sq ft and they plan to add 90,000sq ft shortly. Bill Smith is the founder and major contributor. There is a $10.00 tour admission fee and except for special occasions not open to the public without a guide.... More
I wish there were 10 spaces to click instead of just five. I had waited many years, with great anticipation, to visit the Museum of American Speed. And we finally made it this past August 26.It was so much more than I hoped for. Every corner was loaded with history. I had heard so much about the facility, but no... More
This place has an incredible collection of cars and engines mostly related to American oval track racing. Unfortunately, the tour format in which a guide takes you around the museum for about 2-1/2 hours leaves no time to explore anything on one's own. As a former racer and automotive engineer, I would have loved to spend the whole time examining... More
Doug, We try to give a great tour that will appeal to all of our guests. With so many neat things to see and share on our guided tours its hard to focus on one category without shorting guests of seeing the whole collection. The guided tours are a great way to share the history and nostalgia of each category... More
The Rad exhibit sparked a lot of interest in my parrents. We spent several hours browsing. If you have young children watch out ! They will ask you if you can buy one of these wonderful antique toys ! At $8.00 per adult. Definitely a must see if you are in Lincoln a short time.
Yes, shocking... Who would've thought that this would be the the best and most talked about part of this trip for us. Myself included. This was suppose to be a small side stop for the trip. This "museum" had the best collections and displays of never before seen cars, engines,race memorabilia, antique pedal cars, lunch boxes (yes, vintage lunch boxes)... More
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