At 10,000 square feet, the North East Motor Sports Museum is the largest auto and motorcycle racing museum in New England. Our mission is to discover, preserve, honor and educate the public on the history of motor racing within the region. Our preservation timeline starts with the first-ever automobile race in New England which took place at Cranston Rhode Island's Narragansett Park in 1896. In the museum, you will see over 30 historic race cars and motorcycles from all disciplines. Explore hundreds of artifacts which include photos, trophies, helmets, books, and programs all with a New England motorsports heritage. The museum is located in Loudon, New Hampshire on the grounds of the New Hampshire Motor Speedway and is a 501-c-3 educational nonprofit.


Open every Saturday year-round


June to Columbus Day weekend, open Saturday and Sunday




922 Route 106, Loudon, NH 03307