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National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame

  • Museums/History
  • Non-Profit Organizations
191 Union Avenue
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
(518) 584-0400
(518) 584-4574 (fax)
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For updated hours and admission please visit us at racingmuseum.org.

About Us

An interactive museum featuring paintings, sculptures, photographs, historical films and memorabilia that chronicle and celebrate the history of thoroughbred racing in America. Home of the Official read more
  • About

    An interactive museum featuring paintings, sculptures, photographs, historical films and memorabilia that chronicle and celebrate the history of thoroughbred racing in America. Home of the Official National Thoroughbred Racing Hall of Fame, which in 2020 underwent a major renovation and now includes a state-of-the-art multi-screen theater featuring an immersive 360° film and interactive panels. A special gallery just for kids, with interactive hands-on exhibits. This is a world-class destination that not only meets but exceeds the bar set by other national institutions dedicated to thoroughbred racing. A tour through the Museum sets you on an incredible journey through the sport’s history, from colonial times through present day. Surrounded by incredible works of fine art, opulent trophies and historical artifacts, visitors experience all aspects of this thrilling sport, from its most iconic moments and pageantry to what happens behind-the-scenes during a day at the races. The experience culminates with the brand-new Hall of Fame Education Experience, a state-of-the-art cinematic experience that invites audiences to feel the exhilaration of thoroughbred racing and reveals “what it takes” to be among the greatest of the greats.

  • Highlights

    • Hall of Fame Education Experience
    • Women in Racing
    • Foal Patrol
    • Tours
  • Media

  • Directions

    Take exit 14 and bear to right onto Union Avenue from I-87 (Northway) towards Saratoga Springs. Proceed 1.0 miles on Union Ave. Museum is on the right-hand side at corner Union Ave and Ludlow Street

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