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The NASCAR Hall of Fame is where legends live on. Where fun lives on. Where the race lives on. Enjoy amazing artifacts, interactive exhibits, simulator rides and special events at the High Octane Theater. Plus, you can grab a bite to eat in the...more
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400 E Martin Luther King Blvd, Charlotte, NC 28202-2343
All reviews pit crew pit stop simulator ride interactive displays buffalo wild wings glory road hard card audio tour race track race fans hands on activities lots of history on display gift shop great history great place to visit a lot of fun
When visiting Charlotte this has to be on your ‘must do’ list.
Once you’ve bought your ticket and entered, they guide you to the theatre for a 20 minute or so history of NASCAR. I never knew how it all started from the days of...More
My daughter & husband went to the induction banquet of Jeff Gordon into the Hall of Fame and had a great time. The following day we all toured the Hall of Fame which they enjoyed but meant little to me as I am not a...More
Very impressive set up! Lots of hands on activities to do while there. If you are a NASCAR fan or car enthusiasts, you will love this place! Make sure you use the little map that you are given. Place is very large and filled with...More
My girlfriend and I are always looking for something different to do. While on a visit to Charlotte asked her if she be interested in doing this. Of course, and we booked the “ride along” and what an experience. What a rush it was going...More
Fun to experience the history of racing. My nephew is a brand designer and loved the classic logos. I enjoyed the old car designs. Plenty of kid activities; 8+ years. Is a theater show but we didn't get to it. We spent almost 3 hours...More
There is something for everyone here! The old and the young can learn about the heritage of racing. Great interactive things to do. Make sure you go for the day to be able to take the time to check out all the details
Response from maggiephotonut | Reviewed this property |
You can purchase the day you arrive. They have great staff support at the ticket counter. We purchased a daily pass at the museum the first time and when we returned a few days later we bought an annual pass, all at the... More
You can purchase the day you arrive. They have great staff support at the ticket counter. We purchased a daily pass at the museum the first time and when we returned a few days later we bought an annual pass, all at the museum. Very easy.
We are going to the Nascar Hall of Fame and were thinking of visiting the Hendrick facility also. Has anyone been there? What all is there to see? Thanks
September 15, 2011|
Response fromJohn G|
I have not been to the shops but have been told they have some cars from Hendricks racing pass there. It should be worth the trip since you are already in Charlotte. The shops are locate just around the corner from the track. Also next to Hendricks shop is Jr's nationwide team shop. Roush is also just down the road a ways.
best places to stay near the NASCAR hall of fame or airport (4 Replies)
Coming through Charlotte briefly and want to visit NASCAR hall of fame / museum for a few hours in the morning. What is the best plan... stay near the airport or near the NASCAR museum? I know absolutely nothing about the neighborhoods... will have time for a late dinner and then need to be back at the airport around 1:30pm (midweek travel). Thanks!
January 18, 2014|
Stay downtown near the Hall of Fame. Not many good dining options out near airport, and not the greatest area. The Westin is very close to the HoF and has a good restaurant for dinner. The Hilton City Center is also nearby and is close to good restaurants. There's also a Hilton Garden Inn and Hampton Inn next door to the HofF, but those are less convenient to restaurants, though the Westin's restaurant is close.
Accommodation near Charlotte (2 Replies)
My husband and I are spending some time in North Carolina in mid-September. My husband would like to visit the NASCAR Hall of Fame & I want to go to the Billy Graham library. We would like to stay near, but not in Charlotte. Any ideas on places to stay? We would prefer under $200 a night. Thanks for any help. Mrs. D