Eastern Museum of Motor Racing
Back in 1975, a small group of racing enthusiasts known as the Williams Grove Old Timers, gathered near Harrisburg, Pa. They shared a common interest in the early days of American motor racing and a desire to preserve the history of that bygone era. To serve this purpose, they immediately planned the construction of a public museum of racing history to be known as the Eastern Museum of Motor Racing.
"Our museum houses one of the most extensive collections of racing memorabilia in the United States and has on display some of the most historic race cars of racing's "Golden Era"."
Photo is courtesy of Wendy Van Hove
Opening times: March 31 - Oct 28: Every Friday, Sat & Sun - 10am-4pm