It’s hard to resist the intoxicating spirit of NASCAR racing when you live in North Carolina. The NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte NC is the holy ground of all things racing. Whether it’s the history of the sport or the characters or the cars themselves, it’s all on display at the NASCAR Hall of Fame.
Here’s what you can expect when you go:
On Your Mark
Located at 400 E. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd in Uptown Charlotte, the 150,000-square-foot NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte NC is an interactive, entertainment attraction honoring the history and heritage of NASCAR.
You don’t have to be a racing aficionado to enjoy the Hall of Fame. The high-tech venue was designed to educate and entertain race fans and non-fans alike. Opened May 11, 2010, it’s a state-of-the-art facility that’s home to artifacts, interactive exhibits, and a 278-person theater.
Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant and the NASCAR Hall of Fame Gear Shop are also part of the complex.
All trips to the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte NC start in the High Octane Theater. With 278 seats and a 64-foot-wide projection screen with surround sound, you’re immediately immersed in NASCAR culture.
The movie on screen combines cinematic quality with education, getting you excited about the day and displays ahead.
Here’s a sampling of the attractions and displays you’ll experience at the museum:
Glory Road: Glory Road is one of the can’t-miss signature exhibits at the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte NC. This exhibit has been a focal point since the NASCAR Hall of Fame opened in May 2010. Encircling the Great Hall, Glory Road features 18 historic cars that tell the story of NASCAR.
Even better, on January 11, 2014, the NASCAR Hall of Fame unveiled a complete makeover of the iconic exhibit. The second generation, dubbed Glory Road 2.0, features a refresh of all 18 cars reflecting the six generations of NASCAR premier series race cars that have been driven and built by some of the sport’s most celebrated drivers, owners and mechanics.
Champions Exhibit: In continuing with a tradition started after the 2012 season, the NASCAR Hall of Fame has updated its Champions exhibit to reflect the winners of all three of NASCAR’s national touring series. The display now features fire suits and helmets from 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Jimmie Johnson, 2013 NASCAR Nationwide Series champion Austin Dillon and 2013 NASCAR Camping World Series champion Matt Crafton.
Since this exhibit is kept current, you can count on new things to see if you space your visits accordingly.
Race Week: Race Week takes guests behind the scenes for a look at how a NASCAR team and the NASCAR industry prepare for race day each week.
Need to Know
Hours of Operation
7 Days a Week
10 am-6 pm
Order tickets and plan your visit online at the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte NC website.
While Charlotte is home to the NASCAR Hall of Fame, nearby Davidson has a charming small-town feel with all the benefits of being close to the city. Why not plan on enjoying the area from the Davidson Village Inn? We’re certain you’ll love Davidson itself as well as the surrounding areas. We look forward to making your stay a retreat to remember!