At World of Speed, we are all about motorsports.
From drag racing and land speed records to hydroplanes and NASCAR, we love it all! Our educational museum features the historic race cars, boats, and motorcycles that tell the story of motorsports culture. Through interactive exhibits and hands-on activities, the museum offers visitors a behind-the-scenes view of the racing world.
The museum encompasses many aspects of motorsports, including drag racing, road racing, land speed racing, motorcycle racing, open-wheel cars, NASCAR, and hydroplanes. If you love motorsports as much as we do, stop by and check out our special exhibits like the Daytona Banking Wall, the Wall of Sound, Women in Racing, and American Muscle Cars. While you’re here, take a spin (or two) in one of our three simulators to feel like you’re really behind the wheel of an iconic Formula, Indy, or NASCAR race car!
The museum’s gallery includes roughly a dozen unique exhibits; some are permanent, while others are rotating or temporary. Whether you have an interest in local racing history, want to learn more about vehicle construction, are intrigued by the culture surrounding cars and motorcycles, or have a favorite race series or style, World of Speed’s collection of exhibits has something for everyone. With nearly 100 displayed cars, bikes, and boats on loan and artifacts constantly being donated, loaned, or acquired by the museum, World of Speed’s dynamic gallery makes each visit a fresh new experience. See the current exhibits >>
World of Speed values lifelong learning. Discover the many education opportunities available for you at the museum! Whether you’re looking for a basic car care workshop or a lecture with a racing legend, our programs are designed to provide engaging, interactive experiences. See what’s going on >>
We believe that automotive history must be properly preserved and cared for. Our Archive holds a wide collection of materials, and supports exhibits throughout the museum, informs education programs, assists in research, and offers points of access — all while preserving the rich history of motorsports. See the collection >>