4600 Roush Place, Concord

Visited in 2023

Visited 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 & 2019

Hours--9am-4pm Monday-Thursday, 9-12:30 Friday

Wi-Fi? No

Hero Cards?  Yes

Video Footage: https://youtu.be/cjfyMsf6VI8

Overview--This shop has changed a lot over the years, just like the team itself.  Currently, the museum building is open to the public, and is quite expansive!  You get to see plenty of artifacts from the team's history, with focus on their Hall of Famers.  There's also a wide-ranging gift shop and plenty of hero cards available.  Unfortunately, the old race shop building is now closed to the public.


To See and Do: 5 the Roush Racing Museum has PLENTY to see. Exhibits on sponsors, cars from the past, even demonstrations of innovations like roof flaps. There's also wreckage from Jack's first plane crash, which is a little off-putting, but is part of an exhibit on the man who saved his life.  The auditorium is open to the public, but wasn't showing anything while I was there.

Accessibility: 1 sadly there's not much to actually see being done, as the team's operations are in a totally different building that's not open to the public.

Gift Shop: 5 lots and LOTS to see and buy here, with pretty reasonable prices.

Friendliness of Staff: 4 the receptionist seemed nice, if a bit distracted.

Final Verdict--See it, especially if you're a fan of any of this team's former drivers.

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