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Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum

The Museum is closed for renovations, but you can still take a tour of the track!

The Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum is undergoing a major renovation and will be closed until April 2025. For the latest information on the renovation plans, please visit the Museum's official website.

Tours are available every day of the year except Thanksgiving and Christmas, offering a variety of track and “behind the scenes” tours, depending on weather and track availability.

Guests can check in for tours at the Pepsi building to the west of the Museum. The building also houses the Indianapolis Motor Speedway gift shop, which is open 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. seven days a week except for Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.

In addition to the Museum’s website, news and information is available at (317) 492-6784, or on the Museum’s Twitter, Facebook and Instagram pages.

The IMS Museum is operated by the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Foundation, a not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) entity, which relies on individual memberships, sponsor partners and philanthropic donations for much of its operating budget.


  • Adults (age 16 and up) $15
  • Seniors (age 62+) $14
  • Veterans and Active Duty Military (with proof of service) $8
  • Youth (6-15) $8
  • Children (up to age 5) FREE

Entrance into the grounds is free of charge on non-event days. However, during events the Indianapolis Motor Speedway charges an admission fee or requires a ticket to get onto the grounds. This general admission fee or ticket price does not include tour admission.


The Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum is currently closed for renovations, but track tours are offered every day of the year except for Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.

Track Tour Hours

  • Current Hours: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. (ET) - the last track tour begins at 3:15 p.m.

General Information (during open hours): (317) 492-6784

Tour Information:


Kiss the Bricks Tour & View From the Top Tour

Take a lap around the famed 2.5-mile oval with our “Kiss the Bricks” tour, a 30-minute narrated tour with a stop at the start/finish line so you have an opportunity to do what race winners have done since 1996: kiss the 1909-vintage paving bricks that once comprised the entire racing surface.

The “View From the Top” tour includes a 30-minute guided tour of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway with stops at Victory Podium and the iconic Pagoda. After visiting Victory Lane, you’ll travel to the top of the 153-foot-tall Pagoda for a breathtaking view of the Speedway and the surrounding downtown skyline.

  • Adults (age 16 and up) $15
  • Seniors (age 62+) $14
  • Veterans and Active Duty Military (with proof of service) $8
  • Youth (age 6-15) $8
  • Children (up to age 5) FREE

Golf Cart Tours

Reserve our two-hour Golf Cart Tour, which includes a detailed view of all IMS landmarks, the track and “Yard of Bricks,” plus refreshments a ticket lanyard and one-on-one conversation with a Museum tour guide. Guests must be age 12 or older and accompanied by an adult. Golf Cart Tours are available March 1-October 31. For tour pricing and schedules, call the IMS Museum Tour Desk at (317) 492-6747, or visit

Location & Directions

The Museum is located at 4750 W. 16th Street, Speedway, IN, 46224, inside the track between turns 1 and 2. The entrance to the Museum is located at Gate 2 on the north side of 16th Street. This is marked by a black banner on the west side of the entrance.

During the renovation, track tours and the IMS Retail Shop are housed in the building to the west of the Museum. Look for the signs to direct you to their location.

View directions to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.


Parking is available at the Museum and is free of charge during days that the track is not in use for a race or other public event. During races and certain other events, Museum guests may need to park outside of the track and walk in.

During on-track days this May, visitors should park in open IMS parking lots and use the Pagoda Plaza shuttles to access the Museum.


The Museum strives to make its buildings, collections, programs and services accessible to all visitors. Companions or aides of persons with disabilities are admitted free of charge. Museum ADA services include:

  • Free, accessible parking to the south and west of the Museum building, with appropriate curb cuts and ramps to facilitate entry into the building.
  • Wheelchair accessible tour buses.
  • We welcome service animals.
  • For our guests with hearing impairments, we have printed texts of the narration of our bus tours of the track.
  • American Sign Language interpretation is available upon request with a minimum 48 hours' notice.