If you’ve never visited it, the Speedway Motors Museum of American Speed in Lincoln, Nebraska, is a treasure you’ve just got to visit. It’s a collection of exhibits that celebrate the American speed industry and motorsport in the United States, very fitting giving the lofty presence in speed manufacturing that its founder, the late Bill Smith, occupied. The collection numbers some 150 historic racing cars and examples of literally thousands of pieces of rare speed equipment that Speedy Bill, as he was known, accumulated over the years. So what’s Halloween look like at a place like this? Read on.
On Saturday, October 29th, the museum will demonstrate how it marks the spooky date. Beginning at 8 a.m. Central time and lasting through noon, the museum will host a Cars and Coffee gathering for car enthusiasts that will dispense free coffee and donuts, give appropriate recognition to the wildest Halloween costume, and present BMX-themed entertainment at the Speedway Motors complex. Bring along a specialty car to display during the gathering and Speedway Motors will present you with a free museum voucher, which is a big deal because this museum has one of the greatest collections of vintage performance parts on the planet.