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Buy one admission ticket, get one of equal or lesser value FREE!
*Must show your BOGO CARD before purchase
*Not valid with any other offer
*The last ticket is sold at 5pm to allow time to enjoy the exhibits
*Expires 12/31/18 (another deal to follow!)
When and Where to Find Us...
236 Industrial Drive
Lexington, NC 27295
Hours of Operation
Thursday 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
What We're About...
Beginning as a childhood dream of becoming a race car driver while selling peanuts and popcorn at Bowman Gray Stadium, Richard Childress bought his first race car for $20 and working out of his home garage has gone on to build what is widely considered one of the most legendary organizations in motorsports history.
Over its 45-year history, Richard Childress Racing has become synonymous with success and championships. RCR has earned 15 total championships (six Sprint Cup Series championships with Earnhardt in 1986, '87, '90, '91, '93 and '94, six NASCAR XFINITY Series titles, two NASCAR Camping World Truck Series titles and one ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards title) and was the first organization to win titles in NASCAR's three national series.
The Richard Childress Racing Museum
Located front and center on the 52-acre RCR campus in Welcome, North Carolina, offers visitors a walk through time and traces how an independent one-car team evolved into one of NASCAR’s most successful organizations.
The RCR Museum takes visitors through a journey that includes team owner Richard Childress’ earliest days as a NASCAR driver, the championship-winning years with Dale Earnhardt and the No. 3 team, the evolution and success of the team after Earnhardt’s untimely passing, and Childress’ passion for the outdoors.
Based in the 47,000-square foot shop that was home to Earnhardt’s No. 3 team for many years, visitors have the opportunity to step back in time to see race cars and other artifacts that have contributed to some of the most iconic moments in NASCAR history.
The museum hosts the largest collection of No. 3 Goodwrench Chevrolets, including the 1998 Daytona 500-winning car, the 1995 Brickyard 400 winner and each of the special paint schemes driven by Earnhardt in the All-Star races from 1995-2000. Guests can learn how the RCR crew developed, built and prepared Chevrolets each week by walking through the different departments of the old race shop.
The museum is also home to some of the team’s most successful cars and iconic moments outside of the Earnhardt-Childress legacy:
Does RCR rent its facility for private parties?
Yes, we offer space for private event rentals. Please email email@example.com with your name and event details. A member of our facilities operations team will contact you with details.
The museum team store has all of the latest apparel and souvenirs for RCR fans of all ages and sizes. The team store is open: Tuesday & Wednesday 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM and Thursday - Saturday 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Look closely and you will see former No. 3 pit crew member and Museum curator Danny “Chocolate” Myers in his office, often recording his live show on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio.
What can I see when I visit the Race Shop?
Our Cup Shop offers a large fan walk that over looks the transporter bay and shop floor, giving guests a birds-eye view of car assembly and other race preparation activities. Photography is permitted on the fan walk. Our XFINITY Shop offers a smaller viewing area that allows guests to see the main shop floor.
When can I come visit the Race Shop?
Our Cup and XFINITY Shop is open to the public with specially designated viewing areas. These areas are open Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
Is there an admission fee to enter the RCR Museum?
Admission fees for the RCR Museum are as follows:
$10 for Adults
$8 for Seniors (Age 55 and older)
$5 for Students (Age 7 – 18)
Free for Children (6 years and younger)
Where is RCR located?
RCR’s campus, which includes race shops, museum and team store, is located in Welcome, North Carolina, approximately 10 minutes south of Winston Salem and one hour north of Charlotte.
Take a Look...
*Pictures and descriptions on this page from www.rcrracing.com/rcr-museum and www.facebook.com/RichardChildressRacing