We took the 30 minute Speedway Tour. We had one senior, two toddlers and two regular adult admissions. Kids were free! Total ticket cost was $48.00 (no disc offered on this tour). The tour started on time. They picked us up in front of the main building and drove us thru tunnel 1 to the infield. This place is huge! As we drove, the tour was given in a mix of live and prerecorded voices. The driver took us to the pit area. It was a short walk from the tour vehicle to the pit. Some people were on the track participating in the Richard Petty experience so we were able to see cars on the track. We all loved it. We stayed in the pit area about ten minutes. It went by fast. Then we got back in the tour vehicle and drove back out of the track and around to the back of the main building to view the short (3min?) film on the track history. After that, you leave the theater (at this point they take your picture) and enter the showroom where the car of the current year winner is kept. From there you pass through the gift shop and out. Be aware on the way out, they will stop you and give you the printed pictures. And ask you to carry them to the next booth where you can buy them or drop them off. Packages run from $20 - $30. This was a good tour. Short and sweet. Also, important to mentions that on our tour there was someone in a wheelchair. You could bring a stroller, too. And not a lot of walking so it's good for small children and seniors. It moved quick enough that the kids did not get bored! For the little kids, they did have die cast metal cars (matchbox size) for some of the drivers in the gift shop for $7.00. The kids loved them!
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