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Museum of American Speed, Lincoln

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Inspirock Rating:
4.7/5 based on 170+ reviews on the web
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  • If you are a car buff you'll be in heaven. If not there is still something left for you. In addition to more cars than I knew existed along with their engines and parts there are displays of skooters,...  read more »
  • Something for everyone - race cars, lunch boxes, pedal cars, toys, racing engines... it was pretty amazing! 
  • I've been there several times, each time I see something I missed before. My latest visit, I was especially pleased to see Joe Haag's #9 Sprint car there. Thanks' to the people involved to made this h...  read more »
  • This is amazing! So so interesting. It is so well done and very informative. The tour guides are very knowledgeable. We were there 4 hours and still missed some stuff.
  • WOW, this place equals if not exceeds museums like Indianapolis, NASCAR and all the others. A bucket list destination of over 150,000 sq. ft. of an unbelievable collection that people from all walks of life will enjoy. Check their web-site before visiting as the hours and days change seasonally. $15.00 and well worth every dime.. It would take multiple visits for the gear heads to take it all in...
  • We had no idea this museum was part of Lincoln! It was a great experience with 3 different floors to see all of the automotive speedway history! We had a tour guide named Pete and he did a fabulous job explaining the history behind the museum. Would definitely recommend going here and experiencing it for yourself and family!
  • This place is awesome. Easily the best car museum I've ever been to. Lots of very impressive cars and displays, as well as dozens of very interesting engines, and the single greatest collection of Miller and Offy engines ever. I've been bummed that the last couple times I've gone through Nebraska the timing hasn't worked out where I could stop. I'd go back every chance I get.
  • Much more than what I was expecting going in. I thoroughly enjoyed the tour.
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