If you missed the Indy 500 race, you can still live the auto racing dream at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum. Take a lap around the historic oval track, stand on the world-famous “Yard of Bricks,” and go behind-the-scenes to Pagoda Plaza.
Located on the grounds of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the Indy 500 museum also features a massive exhibit space, beckoning racing fans to admire the vast collection of drool-worthy cars. The Indy Motor Speedway, home to the annual Indy 500, is one of the oldest and most revered racing facilities in the world, and the museum is the perfect way to explore this storied history.
Explore Indy’s Racing Legacy
Named one of USA Today’s top three sports attractions in the country, the museum offers so much more than just cool cars and memorabilia.
Take a Speedway Tour Around the Track
The Finish Line makes a great photo-op
Check out Gasoline Alley
This is a behind-the-scene road the race cars and drivers take during the Indy 500
Special Activities for Kids
Video racing games, remote control cars, slot cars, pedal car races and more
Brickyard Crossing Golf Course
Located to the east of the track, the 18-hole championship-caliber golf course includes three lakes, 72 sand traps, and 650 trees.
The official trackside shop sells all types of photos, clothing, and memorabilia. Race Teams also sell merchandise from trailers in the Fan Zone.
Stay at Marriott Indianapolis
Situated just outside downtown—about five miles from us—the Indy Speedway Museum is a must-see for visitors, motorsport fans, and anyone looking to enjoy a uniquely Hoosier experience.
Indianapolis Marriott Downtown is directly connected to the skybridge, offering convenient access to many of the area’s best dining, entertainment, and cultural attractions.
Conner’s Kitchen + Bar
Fuel up at our brand-new restaurant, Conner’s Kitchen + Bar, or wind down in a plush arm chair at Rye Bar. The menu boasts an impressive selection of whiskeys from around the globe.