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This museum was excellent!!! I can't believe that they don't charge anything and run on donations only. We spent a good 3 hours walking through and the volunteers were amazing. The stories and information they provided gave us a fantastic view on all of it....More
We really enjoyed the guided tour as it helped us to focus on items that tell the bigger story. Without the guide, I think I would have just been too overwhelmed to get anything out of it. We were made to feel welcome to browse...More
This museum is a hidden gem that has years of history of local and national tracks. The museum is packed with rare memorabilia, cars and more. The museum has an extensive library and knowledgeable guides that will personally take you on tours upon request. If...More
We picked up the York county guide book. It's listed in there, but doesn't state only open certain times during the year and only Fri, Sat, Sun. We went on Thurs. It's in the middle of no-where field. Very large building, decent parking I guess...More
We made a quick stop to see what this was and ended up spending most of a day there. A volunteer in a motorized chair gave us a personal tour with little stories about various cars, engines and people. My wife and I dated at...More
This is a small museum dedicated to the history of dirt track racing and the men who did it. If you are not local you should be able to find it with GPS. If you go towards the end of June they have a country...More
If your into motor racing and in the area this is a nice distraction. A lot of work has gone into this museum. The owner is 100% hands on with visitors making you feel welcomed and appreciated for taking the time. Lots to see from...More
...This is one of the best racing museums I have visited.The staff are friendly and knowledgeable....always willing to answer my dumb questions...an eclectic mix of exhibits that will cater to every motoring enthusiast. A must do if visiting the area..the entry is free,but this is...More
My husband is a huge fan of Mario Andretti, who settled in Pennsylvania. This museum had cars and mementos of Mario that Husband had never seen before, so Husband was happy. The docents were very friendly and eager to talk about cars.