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Evel Knievel Museum, Topeka

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The Evel Knievel Museum is a non-profit museum located in Topeka, Kansas, United States, established and founded by Mike Patterson, Lathan McKay and James Caplinger. The museum is located adjacent to Topeka’s Historic Harley-Davidson and opened in June 2017. It is 13,000 square feet (1,200 m2) and has two stories honoring Evel Knievel.
The museum houses the largest collection of authentic Evel Knievel memorabilia in the world, including interactive experiences with an emphasis on STEM. The Evel Knievel museum was named one of the top 10 best new national attractions in 2017 by USA Today, and is officially authorized by the Knievel estate.
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  • Our favorite parts of the museum are the 1974 "Big Red" Mack Truck and display of the Evel Knievel licensed items such as toys, games, bicycles, lunch boxes and even several slot machines.  more »
  • Incredible, Growing up watching Evel Knievel and then being able to relive my childhood through this museum brought back a lot of memories. I remember as a kid it was a big thing when he was going to....  more »
  • It was actually a really cool Museum. It's not a huge Museum, but if you stop and read all the exhibits and watch the movies it'll probably take you about two hours to go through. When you get to the second floor there's two or three interactive computer screens on the wall, they have some really cool information that you can explore. Make sure you keep some of your mind at attention when you get up there. And ride the 3D cycle Adventure. There was cool
  • The staff here were exceptionally friendly. The exhibits were visually interesting with the perfect balance of information to display. There were several interactive exhibits that brought the history to life upstairs. I will definitely be going back to finish viewing all of the things there.
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