They took a leap of faith and now the world can enjoy his.
Recently, founders of the Evel Knievel Museum in Topeka took a trip to Anaheim, CA to be honored by the TEA (Themed Entertainment Association) for their work restoring the Knievel memorabilia and starting the museum, which is attached to the Historic Harley-Davidson of Topeka. The main topic of conversation at the TEA Summit, where they were honored, was the 4-D simulation where you can get on a 1974 Harley-Davidson, put on a VR headset and feel what it would be like to do one of Knievel’s iconic jumps over 16 police cars.
Last year the museum was also given honors from USA Today for being a Top 10 attraction, voted on by the readers. Who said there’s nothing to do in TopCity? Head over to the museum today to experience all of it in person!
Check out the promo video for the 4-D Evel Knievel experience below!