New England Motor Sports Museum

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Who Are We?

The North East Motor Sports Museum is at 922 NH Rt 106 N., Loudon, NH. We are open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays during the summer, 10am-4pm with extended days and hours during NHMS race weekends. Children under 10 and Seniors over 75 are free as are active military. Seniors 65-74 pay just $7. Best way to reach us is by email, nemsmuseum@gmail.com. Or, you can click on this contact us button.

The Museum is nearly 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.

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 run entirely by volunteers. Neither Board members nor the museumís volunteers are paid.

Hours & Prices

DAYS/HOURS:
The museum is open the first and third Saturday of each month
10am-4pm

ADMISSION COSTS:
$10 - General Public
$7 - Seniors 65 and over.
Seniors 75 and over admitted free.
Children under 12 admitted free.
Active military, first responders admitted free.
Charter members, Exhibitors, free with one guest.

Latest News

DAYTONA XFINITY VIEWING PARTY

02/08/2019

DAYTONA XFINITY VIEWING PARTY

Watch the Xfinity race with friends, try your hand at the iRacing.com simulator, enjoy free food and fun on Feb 16 at the museum.
George Summers

01/04/2019

George Summers

One of New England's all-time greats has died.
OUR VOLUNTEERS

12/22/2018

OUR VOLUNTEERS

The crew of unpaid volunteers make the North East Motor Sports Museum a great place to visit.
SIMPLY MAGNIFICENT

12/02/2018

SIMPLY MAGNIFICENT

New trophies, the oldest in our collection, are newly on display. One is for racing a Cadillac on the Boston Common.
IT'S A BEAUTIFUL THING

11/20/2018

IT'S A BEAUTIFUL THING

Some people paint sunsets, others photograph lighthouses. How do you like Bill Gordon's photo of Pete vonSneidern's Big Car?
LOGANO MAKES HISTORY

11/19/2018

LOGANO MAKES HISTORY

Middletown, Connecticut native Joey Logano has won the championship of the biggest and most important racing series in the United States.