Fuel your passion for speed. The Cumberland Valley hosts a variety of both motorsport and automotive events throughout the year. Extend your stay in the area while visiting Carlisle Events and plan to explore other automotive-related attractions in the Cumberland Valley.

Rolls-Royce Foundation Museum

Continue your journey at the Rolls Royce Foundation Museum. This historical museum is home to Rolls Royce and Bentley displays and a research library for these unique automobiles. The RRF Museum houses a collection of cars representing the history of Rolls-Royce and Bentley models and a selection of related materials in changing displays. An extensive library holds books, technical manuals, handbooks, sales literature, and periodicals, as well as historic records that document individual chassis.

Rolls Royce Museum


AACA Museum

A trip to the Antique Auto Museum at Hershey is a journey of discovery and enjoyment for the whole family. The Museum’s highly detailed dioramas present original and restored vintage vehicles in elaborate scenes that bring the history of the automobile to life. The AACA Museum is dedicated to the Celebration, Preservation, Education, and Display of the American Motor Vehicle. AACA Members Get FREE Museum Admission with AACA membership card.

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South Mountain Raceway

Like drag racing? Check out nearby South Mountain Raceway, Pennsylvania's finest 1/8 mile drag strip located in the neighboring town of Boiling Springs. Built in 1962 to give youth a place to race off the streets, it continues to provide a great place to "get the lead out."

South Mountain Raceway


Eastern Museum of Motor Racing

The Eastern Museum of Motor Racing (EMMR) houses unique displays of legendary race memorabilia. A visit to this volunteer-run organization uncovers midgets from every era, the actual contents from Tommy Hinnershitz’s garage, one of the only known remaining pieces from Ted Horn’s car and one of Ricky Rudd’s NASCARs.

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Williams Grove Speedway

Located in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, the half-mile Williams Grove Speedway has been part of the rich history of motorsports throughout the nation and the world since the gates were first opened in 1939. Tommy Hinnershitz won the first-ever event contested before weekly sprint car racing began in 1967.

Williams Grove Speedway


Port Royal Speedway

Port Royal Speedway is located two miles south of US Rt. 322 just off of PA Rt. 75 in Port Royal, PA. Port Royal Speedway hosts a weekly schedule of local Sprint Car, Late Model, and Pro-Stock dirt track racing. Several national touring series organizations visit the track during the racing season.

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Shippensburg Speedway

Shippensburg Speedway is a 1/5 mile dirt oval located in Shippensburg Pennsylvania. Weekly racing includes Go-karts and 4-wheelers on Friday nights and Micro Sprints, 4-cylinders, cyclones, and many special events. Races are held March through October. Check website for schedule listings and pricing.

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Harley-Davidson Plant Tours

Your factory tour begins with an introductory movie and continues on the factory floor. Over the years, thousands of Harley-Davidson enthusiasts have made the journey to York, Pennsylvania to witness passion forged in steel. For more information on Harley-Davidson factory tours, please call 1-877-883-1450 (toll free) or 414-343-7850.

Harley-Davidson Plant Tours

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