The National Roller Coaster Museum is a museum in Plainview, Texas, USA. Created by the American Coaster Enthusiasts, it is situated on land owned by Larson International. The facility currently only opens for private tours, but has stated that it may open to the public in the future. It operates a virtual exhibition via its website.
The Museum was established in 1999.
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