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NASCAR Hall of Fame, Charlotte

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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. Arrange to visit NASCAR Hall of Fame and other attractions in Charlotte using our Charlotte sightseeing planning website.
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  • Located right downtown and is worth the admission fee. Great display of NASCAR history, from early to late cars, details of Hall Of Fame members, and interactive things like competitive simulator... 
    Located right downtown and is worth the admission fee. Great display of NASCAR history, from early to late cars, details of Hall Of Fame members, and interactive things like competitive simulator...  more »
  • Great place, I have not been a recent fan but as a fan of when racing was racing this place is great super clean everyone super nice big surprise was the discount in the gift shop only complaint was.....  more
    Great place, I have not been a recent fan but as a fan of when racing was racing this place is great super clean everyone super nice big surprise was the discount in the gift shop only complaint was.....  more »
  • I was in charolotte with my dad on vacation tbh and wanted to check this out. I know nothing about nascar tho. But it was a fun time. Staff and everyone there was really really nice. The racing... 
    I was in charolotte with my dad on vacation tbh and wanted to check this out. I know nothing about nascar tho. But it was a fun time. Staff and everyone there was really really nice. The racing...  more »
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  • If you are in Charlotte, it is a fun place to visit and good for all age groups. You can buy tickets at the booth or book online, either you it works. Consider family membership option if you are family of two and have 2-3 kids, as the family membership provides more value for money and you get two buddy passes which you can use immediately during the visit if you have more than two adults in your group. Simulation drive is included with the family membership, so value instead of combo tickets. It is a long line sometimes and probably most times to get into simulation. You can easily spend 3-4 hours at the museum, rest rooms are clean and very accessible.
  • We had an absolutely amazing time here. About $ 80+ for 3 people with 2 of our tickets being discounted military. There are packages you can purchase to include a simulator ride. Very interactive. You get a card to scan at the stations for more information or to activate the kiosks. You can take a picture and get your face and name on the large jumbo screen with your favorite drivers you select underneath your picture welcoming you. There was a simulator qualifier, the real thing and a timed pit crew simulator. Super cool museum to view the history of NASCAR, owner and driver history. Amazing time for all.
  • We visited early afternoon on a weekday, no waiting to get in and I recommend you pick a ticket package that best suit your needs. You may not want to take part in all the Halls attractions. We did the simulator and photo with lunch credit package. You also get a $10 speed (gift) shop voucher included. The displaces are beautifully displaced with detailed narration. We enjoyed ourselves.
  • My boyfriend and I came here for a day date, there was no line or anything- we like to do things that are fun and interactive. This was my first time at the hall of fame and there was more to do than I expected. The tickets are pricey but It would be a great place to bring kids if I had any. But it’s great for just adults too! I definitely recommend doing the racing simulation if you go, they were closing soon and let us do it for free and it was super fun, but typically you have to pay extra for it. We live uptown so we didn’t have to pay for parking but I suggest finding street parking and walking a little bit as opposed to a parking deck.
  • NASCAR Hall of Fame has many historical cars from the foundation of the company. It has a race car's time line. They show interesting information about combustion engines and racing engineering overall. In the second floor they have fun activities, for example driving simulations and even a station to practice how to provide maintenance to a car during a race. (Similar to Pits) Side Note: it as an inner bridge connection to the Charlotte's Convention Center. I think that NASCAR Hall of Fame is a must if visiting Charlotte. It was enjoyable, fun and very informative.

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