The RCR Museum is a 47,000-square-foot facility that encompasses the original No. 3 race shop built in 1986 and the original RCR Museum built in 1991. A 3,500-square-foot structure was constructed between the two buildings to tie it all together. See more than 25 No. 3 GM Goodwrench Chevrolets driven by Dale Earnhardt (Sr).
There are 16 video screens in the facility, showcasing key victories in RCR history as well as informational pieces hosted by Richard Childress and members of RCR’s managerial staff. There are also numerous displays, memorabilia and photographs throughout the facility, including NASCAR Winston Cup championship banners and NASCAR Winston Cup championship owner’s trophies.
Museum and gift shop include a variety of race cars, trophies, and photos of RCR’s 40+ years in the sport, including the career of the legendary Dale Earnhardt.