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NASCAR Hall of Fame, Charlotte

(4.4/5 based on 1,500+ reviews on the web)
A place to honor the drivers, crews, and cars that have thrilled fans, NASCAR Hall of Fame features eight galleries, plazas, and halls dedicated to this driving sport. The building opened its doors in 2010. Join the throngs of visitors who come to admire the "Glory Road" exhibit, which displays 18 cars on a ramp designed to resemble the Talladega Superspeedway. Or visit the "Hall of Honor" with a 360-degree display that pays homage to winning drivers. By using our Charlotte trip itinerary maker, you can arrange your visit to NASCAR Hall of Fame and other attractions in Charlotte.
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  • If your into NASCAR this is the place to be. Very well laid out, exciting things to do and see on every level. Interactive games for kids, pit crew racing, interactive driving simulator and lots of re...  more »
  • Those who are fans of Motorsport, this place is going to love... There are many vehicles on display, history and things to do. Certainly a stop in Charlotte
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  • Went here after going to the track....was here for half a day ... Was alright needs more interactive displays ... After awhile it seemed all was the same. Just different dates  more »
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  • I'm not a car person but still had a good time at the museum. The racetrack exhibit was the highlight of the visit, showcasing the evolution of race cars through the decades. It was cool walking on the track and seeing how steep it could get on the turns. The other displays were interesting but certain sections definitely felt outdated. Unfortunately there's no free parking so we had to park in an expensive garage nearby.
  • I went to this museum knowing nothing about Nascar and loved it. The design of the museum is impressive, and the exhibits are outstanding. They did not feel outdated at all to me. They clearly have put a lot of money and effort into this museum and I think it is absolutely worth it. Highly recommended!
  • I went into the gift shop (after eatting at Buffalo wild wings) but was kind of disappointed by the lack of Carl Edwards shirts, they only had four styles on hand and no smalls available or female cuts. They only had large or extra large. Other than that it was great got myself a narcar shot glass and added it to my collection. :)
  • The NASCAR Hall of Fame is great for new and old NASCAR fans alike. There's sure to be something you'll love inside. The entry price is high, but it's a nice place to visit. If you're local, take advantage of the membership options so that you can visit regularly and for special events. There are many opportunities throughout the year to meet drivers and other NASCAR personalities. Very much worth the membership!
  • Really great experience. Only had a couple hours before our flight out of Charlotte and decided to hit this place. I'm not a NASCAR fan but I think after visiting here I could be! It was very well laid out and interesting. I learned a lot about a sport I knew very little of. Like National Association of Stock Car Automobile Racing is the acronym. Oh and that it has a lot to do with moonshiners. There are tons of interactive displays that if I had more time I would have loved to experience. As it was I did the driving one and only crashed twice lol. The facility is huge and very clean. Nicest bathrooms and friendly workers. Only complaint I have is the parking and I'm not sure they have any control over that so it is not reflected in my score. We happened to visit on a day when the football team was playing so they charged us a flat $15 for parking when it should have been around $5. The girls in the parking structure were very apologetic about it...but rules are rules.