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World of Speed Museum, Wilsonville

Categories: History Museums, Specialty Museums, Museums
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4.9/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web
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  • This is a real museum about speed. There are tens of Indy cars and lots of information about Bonneville salt flat racers, two race boats hanging on a wall, and motorcycles as well. The museum is easy ...  read more »
  • I was out west and the museum came up on my phone and I'm glad it did. What a great museum. I know ppl in racing and found many cars in the museum that friends of mine either drove or worked on from R...  read more »
  • The machines are well displayed and easy to view. The range of machines is impressive for the size of the collection. 
  • This is a great place to spent part of a Saturday, the simulators are great, I tested Lotus and the Indy car and both were very close to reality. I totally recommend you to do this with your family and friends. There are a bunch of old TVs and radios that help our kids to understand where we come from and how we used to watch movies (not from an iPad or a smartphone like they do now)
  • Awesome experience. We attended as a group and the staff was marvelous friendly and informed. It was clear they have a passion for automotive history
  • I volunteer here and hear nothing but great comments from all our guests. I love coming to work. There's something for everyone to enjoy and it's very affordable.
  • Very well put together! Even has displays of early motorcycles, local racing history, and one of those huge high-speed race boats! I had no idea those boats were that big! Will be back again.
  • This is an incredible place. Lots of amazing cars with great history. Takes about an hour to get through the whole thing but could take longer if you read everything fully. A playroom for kids as well if you have young ones!
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