National Roller Coaster Museum and Archives

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The National Roller Coaster Museum and Archives (NRCMA) is a United States 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to the protection and preservation of historic roller coasters and amusement park artifacts and memorabilia. Its goals include to interpret, document, archive, and share the history of the amusement park industry with present and future generations.

The NRCMA recently completed a storage and archive building in Plainview, Texas and is continuing to expand its collection. It is currently looking for more archive material and financial support to complete an online virtual museum and a travelling exhibit project. In 2009, it was the benficiary of donations from the former Busch Gardens Europe park and from Six Flags Over Texas.[1]

The museum is a member of the American Alliance of Museums.


  1. ^ "National Roller Coaster Museum Embraces New Future", National Roller Coaster Museum.

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