Winston Cup Museum
Located in downtown Winston-Salem, NC. Winston-Salem has a rich racing history and is the home of Bowman Gray Stadium, the longest continuously operated NASCAR sanctioned track in the country. In fact, at one time, Winston-Salem had a couple of other tracks in addition to Bowman Gray Stadium: Peacehaven Speedway and Dixie Classic Fairgrounds Track.
The Winston Cup Museum is the only place where you can experience the fabulous Winston Cup Series era of NASCAR. As you walk through, you will see exhibits and photos that capture the 33 years that R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company sponsored NASCAR’s premier series. Cars driven by Dale Earnhardt, Sr., Alan Kulwicki and Wendell Scott are on display and you can relive Michael Waltrip’s victory in The Winston in 1996 and Dale Earnhardt, Jr.’s thrilling Winston No Bull 5 win at Talladega Superspeedway.What people are saying about Winston Cup Museum:
"As a NASCAR fan you will enjoy a look back at the history. The cars are cool and photos are also awesome!! Heard that Dale Earnhardt's car is actually a race driven rebuild. So when you are looking at that car it's truly history in front of your eyes."
"Impressive Museum worth attending for a tour or an event rental. Very touching to me to carry on the Winston Brand and history while being the Cup Sponsor for almost 30 years."
"This Nascar museum is small but nicely done. There are lots of interesting photographs on the walls that have been enlarged for your viewing. I think there must be 18 to 20 cars. I spent an hour and enjoyed myself."
"Museum is not real large, but it has a lot of great older memorabilia. There are a lot of pictures on the walls and several older stock cars from famous racers. There is also a large display of his motorcycles. "
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