Host a Unique and Special Event

Need event space in the Winston-Salem area? Look no further! The Winston Cup Museum Special Event Center provides the perfect backdrop for just about any private function or special event. Car rallies, fundraisers, corporate meetings, team building sessions, birthday parties, family reunions, cocktail parties, and even weddings… we’ve hosted them all. Need a few more good reasons to have your event at The Winston Cup Museum? How about these:

  • Easy access to Interstate 40 and Highway 52
  • Close to downtown hotels
  • On-site parking


Our Special Event Space

We can accommodate up to 200 guests while providing a unique, engaging, and entertaining experience for everyone. Need help planning your event? No worries. We can provide the following:

  • Tables
  • Chairs
  • Linens
  • Tents
  • Other decorative items

Need food? No problem. We work closely with many local caterers and restaurants who can provide everything needed from cocktails and hors d’oeuvres to a buffet and even a full-service seated dinner. We also welcome the use of your own caterer!

Think of us as the ultimate pit crew, geared up and ready to help your event take the checkered flag! Contact us to get started.

“Our organization thoroughly enjoyed working with the Winston Cup Museum team to schedule and host one of our Winston Under 40 Lunch with Leader programs. The Winston Cup worked efficiently and diligently to ensure our event was a success and went above and beyond to accommodate our various needs!”
– Josephy Hamby, Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce

Plan Your Next Event

If you have questions about getting started on your next event, drop us a line using the form below. Can't wait to get started? Give us a call at (336) 724-4557.

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    Trivia Teaser

    Who was the first person to win $10 Million in Winston Cup earnings?

    Answer: Darrell Waltrip, who retired in 2000 and was later inducted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame in 2012.

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