New England Motor Sports Museum

Hours & Prices

Weekends - Saturday & Sunday


$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.

The Annual Meeting of the Racing History Preservation Group, parent of the North East Motor Sports Museum, originally scheduled for August 10 has been postponed. Watch this space for the new date and time.

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, 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.

Latest News

Legends Day and the Annual Meeting - November 4

Saturday, November 4 will be a huge day for the North East Motor Sports Museum. Beginning at noon, the Museum will honor two of New Englandís finest racers, Bugs Stevens and George Summers. The Legends Day event at the Museum will include an entertaining roundtable with the honoree superstars that includes audience participation. Read More
Pete vonSneidern's Donation

Frank Sivret gave Pete vonSneidern his helmet and 1948 New England Big Car Championís trophy before he died. The two are among vonSneidernís most treasured possessions. But in early August, Pete donated both to the museum where they will be displayed together. Read More
First Bus Tour

The museum was host to Steve Perry's "Mainely Motorsports" on August 22, 2017. The group was the first bus tour to visit the museum. Read More

Recent museum guests have appreciated the fine landscaping work donated by Salmon Falls Nursery and Landscaping owner Mark Pendergast (pictured), Andy Kaski (of Bentley Warren Inc), and Larry Kelly (Kendall Construction). Read More

The North East Motor Sports Museum was open for the first time during a NHMS race weekend in July, 2017. A record number of people came to the museum and over the five day period of extended hours, many expressed their gratitude that the museum is open with a broad array of exhibits that cover the full breadth of New England motorsports. Read More