Evel Knievel VR Museum Experience
Evel Knievel is being honored in a museum that’s now enabling people to take virtual reality jumps and comprehend the physics that propel some of Evel Knievel’s stunts.
This new museum is being held in a 16,000 square foot Topeka Harley Davidson dealership. The space is owned by Mike Patterson. Mike predicts that the museum will bring in 100,000 people per year.
Evel Knievel defied death many times through crazy stunts and jumps that he did on his motorcycle.
Patterson said that he spoke with museum leaders across the country before deciding to create a separate museum for this Evel Knievel project based on the excitement around the project.