International Motorsports Hall of Fame

Lincoln, AL

Where are we going?

International Motorsports Hall of Fame
3366 Speedway Boulevard
AL 35096


What is there to do?

Rev those engines, because we're off to the International Motorsports Hall of Fame, where you an not only immerse yourselves in the fascinating history of motorsports, but be inspired by those men and women who changed history!

Opened back in 1983, the International Motorsports Hall of Fame features an impressive collection of racing vehicles and memorabilia, some of which dates right back to 1902!

The collection is valued at over $15 million, so you can just imagine some of the amazing artifacts and vehicles that you will see!

You can explore the museum via a walking, self-guided tour that takes around an hour to complete, but can take up to three depending on how much you want to really immerse yourselves in the exhibits.

Along with the three exhibit halls and pavilion area, the museum also includes a library with over 14,000 volumes of books, magazines and other research materials - it's also one of the most comprehensive collection of motorsports information in the world!

Some of the highlights within this Alabama museum include the fastest boat in the world, and some of the fastest motorcars in the world (including a Talladega), and even infamous crashed vehicles.

If you have any motor fans in the family, a visit to the International Motorsports Hall of Fame might need to be added to your next family day out itinerary!

Vroom Vroom - start your engines, because we're OFF!

How much does it cost?

Adults: $12 Hall of Fame / $8 Track Tour / $16 Combo

Children: Ages 6 to 12: $5 Hall of Fame / $5 Track Tour / $8 Combo

Discount: There is a $1.00 discount to senior citizens (age 55 and over), AAA, AARP, and Military, Policemen and Firemen with ID, on individual museum tickets only

Free Under: 5 years with adult admission


Need a little extra help?

The Speedway runs an 12-seat, handicap-accessible van tour every ½ hour on days the race track is not closed for racing or testing activities. These tours begin at 9:00 am and run every ½ hour until 5:00 pm CT. The tour lasts approximately 20 minutes and is narrated by the van driver.


When can we go?

9am - 5pm (extended hours during race weeks Talladega Superspeedway)

Daily except New Years, Thanksgiving, Christmas Day and Easter


Any top tips?

Allow at least an hour to explore everything, up to around three to really see everything

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