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Racing's history and future comes to light at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum Lavengood Photography

Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum

The museum interior is closed for renovations until 2025, but track tours are still available.

General Info

The Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum (IMSM) has one of the world’s largest and most varied collections of racing, antique, and classic cars (including more than 30 that have won the Indianapolis 500). It offers 37,500 square feet of exhibit space that celebrates more than a century of motor racing.

New IMS Museum Exhibit Celebrates Rocket Rick Mears

During Renovations

Fuel your passion for racing all year long! The Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum is currently closed for renovations, but you can still explore the Speedway through one of our Track Tours. Tours are available 363 days a year—every day except Thanksgiving and Christmas unless there are special events at the Speedway. You can experience the thrill of the Indianapolis 500 while you’re waiting for next May.

Access to Tour Parking is FREE except during Speedway events, when IMS requires tickets or credentials to access the facility. Simply enter the grounds through Gate 2 at the four-lane tunnel on westbound 16th Street.

The Museum also offers a variety of Track Tours that go “behind the scenes” at the legendary Indianapolis Motor SpeedwayThese exclusive tours are a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to learn about racing history and experience the Speedway like never before. With the Museum as your guide, you can explore the famous Pagoda, stand atop Victory Podium, and even stop to Kiss the Bricks! 


Accessible parking and facilities are available, and service animals are permitted. Learn more on our Accessible Indy guide. Tour schedules are subject to change without notice due to weather or track activity. Tickets are $15 for adults, $8 for children ages 6-15, $14 for seniors 62+, and children ages 5 and under are free. Combine and save on Indy’s top attractions with a 1-day or 3-day Indy Attraction Pass. Walk-up purchases are welcomed, or you can make a reservation at or 317.492.6784. You are encouraged to call the reservation line ahead of your visit to confirm tour availability.

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