New England Motor Sports Museum

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Who Are We?

The North East Motor Sports 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, you’ll see stunning photography and unique New England racing artifacts. There’s even a wonderful Soap Box Derby display, slot car track and iRacing Simulator.

The Racing History Preservation Group, the Museum’s owner, is a 501-c-3 non-profit so donations are likely to result in tax deductions for the donor. The Museum is run by volunteers. Neither board members nor the museum’s volunteers are paid.

Hours & Prices

Call for more info: 603-783-0183

OPEN Saturday and Sunday

10:00am to 4:00pm

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

Latest News

Museum to Reopen June 20th with Midget Car Exhibit


Museum to Reopen June 20th with Midget Car Exhibit

The museums reopening coincides with the opening of our 2020 featured exhibit "The Mighty Midgets" which places seven historically significant New England Midget Cars on display.
Hot Rods, Muscle and More Car Show August 15th


Hot Rods, Muscle and More Car Show August 15th

Join us on Saturday, August 15th (rain date the 16th) at the North East Motor Sports Museum located at 922 NH Route 106 in Loudon, NH for an all vehicles, makes, years and models car show in support of the museum, which has experienced a long closure due to COVID-19.
THANK YOU for supporting the museum!


THANK YOU for supporting the museum!

Thank you for your continued support of northeast New England motorsports preservation and education.
Remembering Al Novotnik


Remembering Al Novotnik

Museum Board member Al Novotnik died on Wednesday Jun 3 at age 89, less than a month after his final birthday. He was the museum’s oldest board member.



Tommy Caruso has been preserving and collecting artifacts that reflect New England's racing history. He's contributed some of his collection to the museum.
Alan Darrah’s 1930 Ice Racer Arrives


Alan Darrah’s 1930 Ice Racer Arrives

We may still be temporarily closed but work continues inside the museum.

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