New England Motor Sports Museum

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Who Are We?

Our mission is to discover, preserve and educate the public on the history of New England motorized racing, including the people who do it or have done it. Our museum was built and shall operate as a place for the public to visit and come to appreciate our sportís past and to learn about its present and future. We encourage preservation of the historically significant racing artifacts including vehicles, literature and photography.

The New England Racing Museum is located at 922 NH Rt 106 N., Loudon, NH on the grounds of New Hampshire Motor Speedway. We are open Saturdays and Sundays during the summer and every Saturday during the winter. Normal business hours are 10am-4pm. We have extended days and hours during NHMS race weekends. Children under 12 are admitted free and general admission is just $10. Reach us by email [email protected], phone 603-783-0183 or click on this contact us button.

The museum is 10,000 square feet with race cars and motorcycles from all disciplines, all with a New England background, on display. This museum is all about New England motorsports. Race win, championship trophies and driver helmets are on display. When you visit the museum, youíll see stunning photography and unique New England racing artifacts. Thereís even a wonderful Soap Box Derby display, slot car track and iRacing Simulator.

The Racing History Preservation Group, the Museumís owner, is a 501-c-3 non-profit so donations are likely to result in tax deductions for the donor. The museum is governed by an unpaid board and operated largely by dedicated volunteers.

Hours & Prices

Call for more info: 603-783-0183
 

REGULAR HOURS

Open Saturdays 10am to 4pm

ADMISSION COSTS:

$10 - General Public
Children under 12 admitted free.
Exhibitors admitted free with one guest.

MAILING ADDRESS:

New England Racing Museum
PO Box 7011
Loudon, NH 03307

Latest News

Over 50 historic race cars expected at third Annual New England Racers Reunion May 4

04/13/2024

Over 50 historic race cars expected at third Annual New England Racers Reunion May 4

The annual New England Racers Reunion presented by Autopac Gallery is set to feature a variety of race cars and race motorcycles for outdoor display at the New England Racing Museum (922 NH Route 106, Loudon, NH) on Saturday May 4th.
TOM CROMPTON NAMED 3rd PRESIDENT OF THE NEW ENGLAND RACING MUSEUM

04/08/2024

TOM CROMPTON NAMED 3rd PRESIDENT OF THE NEW ENGLAND RACING MUSEUM

At the museum's March 24th, 2024 board meeting Tom Crompton was voted in as the president of the New England Racing Museum. He attended his first auto race at age six and has been involved with the sport ever since.
NEW ENGLAND RACING MUSEUM ANNOUNCES 2024 FUNDRAISING EVENT SCHEDULE

03/11/2024

NEW ENGLAND RACING MUSEUM ANNOUNCES 2024 FUNDRAISING EVENT SCHEDULE

The 2024 fundraising event season at the New England Racing Museum (922 NH Route 106N, Loudon, NH 03307) opens up with the 3rd Annual New England Racers Reunion: Race Car Show on Saturday May 4th. Each of the museums events are essential fundraisers to help meet financial obligations so we can continue our mission of New England motor racing discovery, preservation and education.
FRED DESARRO TROPHIES DONATED

03/07/2024

FRED DESARRO TROPHIES DONATED

We thank Anthony Morrone for his donation of two Fred Desarro trophies. DeSarro was a standout in the golden age of modified racing in New England.
GIL CORAINE

02/23/2024

GIL CORAINE

We are saddened to learn of the passing of former museum board member and New England drag racing pioneer Gil Coraine. Gil passionately served on the museumís board of directors during the building capital campaign and construction phase of the museum and became the museums first general manager before declining health prohibited him to do so.
REMEMBERING PAUL ALDRICH

02/16/2024

REMEMBERING PAUL ALDRICH

We are saddened by the passage of Paul Aldrich, one of the earliest drag racing personalities to volunteer for and serve on the museumís board of directors.

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