Snowmobiles, by modern standards, have a short history—but the story of the machine and the people who developed it is packed with memorable moments. The Snowmobile Racing Hall of Fame & Museum has captured many of them, with the original machines and gear worn by some of those who have worked the hardest to bring the sport from infancy to adulthood.
The museum’s displays encompass the broad spectrum of snowmobile racing: ice ovals, drag racing on snow and grass, speed runs, hill climbs, snocross, watercross, and cross country. No other machine is as versatile as the snowmobile, nor is any other sport as diverse as snowmobile racing.
Open year-round, this Wisconsin museum is a must-see whether you’re an avid snowmobiler, a race fan, or a history buff. See http://www.snowmobilehalloffame.com/ for more information. Learn more about the history of the International Snowmobile Racing Hall of Fame and the International Snowmobile Hall of Fame in this article.
A Sneak Peak of the Museum
ALL SNOWMOBILE HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM OPERATIONS ARE AT:
8481 WEST HWY 70 at Sled World Blvd
(1 mile west of the Chamber office(1 mile west of the Chamber office
& one mile East of the Whitetail Inn)
Telephone: 715-542-4HOF (4463)
Mail: P.O. Box 720
St. Germain, WI 54558