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A tour through the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame sets you on an incredible journey through the sport’s history, from colonial times through present day. Surrounded by incredible works of fine art, trophies, and historical artifacts, visitors experience all aspects of this thrilling sport, from its most iconic moments and pageantry to what happens behind the scenes during a day at the races. The Museum’s new signature film, What It Takes: Journey to the Hall of Fame is a 16-minute immersive experience that brings viewers on an amazing journey through the sport and examines the rare honor — given to less than one percent its participants — of reaching the game’s pinnacle and earning a coveted spot in the Hall of Fame. The cutting-edge film conveys the exhilaration of the sport of thoroughbred racing in America, the passion behind the heritage of the game, and the thrill of exploring the stories of “what it takes” to be among the greatest of the greats in the Hall of Fame. For more information on the Museum’s hours of operation, admission prices, gift shop, Museum tours, galleries and exhibits, facility rentals and ways to support the Museum, please visit our website at


Museum Eighth Pole view
Anatomy Gallery
Seabiscuit Statue
Race Day Gallery
Wedding Secretariat Statue in Courtyard


Collections Manager Position at the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame
Category: Non-Profit and Social Services
Collections Manager FSLA Status:     Non-Exempt Salary Range: $40,000 - $46,000 Job Description: The National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame’s mission is to preserve and promote the history of thoroughbred racing in America and honor the sport’s most accomplished participants in the Official National Thoroughbred Racing Hall of Fame. The Museum has over 27,000 objects in its diverse collection more
Contact: Jessica Cloer
Phone:(518) 584-0400
Fax:(518) 584-4574

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