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This museum gives an excellent overview to the rich history of harness racing, with well-designed displays, well-written history and even a chance to take a simulated trip in a harness sulky. Good stuff!
Well worth the visit... if you have any interest in or experience with harness racing this visit is well worth the time. Lots of history. Young children will last about 1/2 hour looking at the exhibits, then they will run out of interest. Adults will...More
The museum is centered on harness racing history, movies and attractions detail the rise of the trotter. There is a 3D movie that will engage all ages, a small dress up and children’s area but for the most part it appeals to all ages of...More
The museum was fine and had lots of interesting things inside about Harness Racing. The best part of the visit was that it is FREE.
I had ventured upstairs to the second floor to see the "talking horse" and play some interactive games. I was...More
This is a beautiful facility that provides a first-hand exhibit and education about the Standardbred - Trotters and Pacers. The museum itself houses stables once used by horsemen who raced and trained at Goshen Historic Track. Various exhibits are here that run the gamut from...More
I have been to many Hall of Fames. I rate Baseball #1, NHL #2 and this HARNESS RACING HALL of FAME/MUSEUM #3 ahead of The NFL Hall of Fame! There are two floors of fantastic displays and beautiful sculptures of those selected to the HOF....More
Everyone within 40 minutes needs to come to this place. It’s a beautiful Victorian racetrack- as if Saratoga were miniaturized. Local residents need to support such an unusual place located in the heart of downtown Goshen. It’s Americana at its best.
Love this little museum. It is housed in the most beautiful tudor style stable I have ever seen and full of photos of famous horses from days gone by along with drivers silks and sulkys. This is a sport that is rarely if ever televised...More