RACING MUSEUM: Celebrates 40 years of Team Penske, named after Roger Penske, a stalwart owner in Indy car and Nascar racing, with a collection of vintage cars and memorabilia. On permanent display are 48 automobiles and 8 motorcycles, plus an antique arcade, an antique gun collection and antique models.
The collection includes two Indy cars that were in the movie “Driven” starring Sylvester Stallone.
BROTHERS RACING MUSEUM: Traces the evolution of motor sports, from track racecars to ice-racing motorcycles.
DRIVING MUSEUM: Yes, you can ride with them, every Sunday.
AUTOMOBILE MUSEUM: Exhibits more than 170 classic cars, trucks, motorcycles and racecars in historical groupings including a 1904 Ford, 1915 Hupmobile, 1925 Franklin, 1949 De Soto and 1958 Edsel.
Petersen, the founder of Petersen Publishing and its flagship Motor Trend magazine, and his wife, Margie, were founding benefactors of this well-known museum.
DIEGO AUTOMOTIVE MUSEUM: Changing exhibits examine the history of the auto industry from classics to concepts.
THE NETHERCUTT COLLECTION: This collection was begun by J. Nethercutt, the co-founder of Merle Norman Cosmetics.
Its exhibits and dioramas feature more than 150 rare and classic cars, trucks and motorcycles covering four floors.
Original Alaska cars, historic photographs and archival videos illustrate the unique challenges faced by the state’s first motorists.