Since its grand opening in 2010, Uptown Charlotte's NASCAR Hall of Fame has become one of the most-visited attractions in Charlotte and a must-see for race fans and non-fans alike. The 150,000-square-foot facility honors the history and heritage of NASCAR through many interactive exhibits that include memorabilia and cars from famous speedways and drivers.
On the first floor, the state-of-the-art High Octane Theater showcases footage of famous race moments. On the second floor, several exhibits can be found including the Glory Road, featuring 18 famous cars on a 33-degree banked ramp that matches Talladega Superspeedway. The third floor includes racecar simulators and the Race Week Experience. This floor is also home to the Hall of Honor where honorees such as Dale Earnhardt, Bill France, and Bobby Alison are enshrined and each given their own exhibit. Finally, the six decade history of NASCAR is explored in detail on the fourth floor of the Heritage Speedway. A gift shop, Hall of Fame Cafe, and Buffalo Wild Wings are also on site.
Racing Insiders Tours, which provide day-long tours of Charlotte's racing community in and around the city begin and end at the NASCAR Hall of Fame. Tours can be booked here.
A paid parking deck is accessible from 500 South Brevard Street.
Sheraton Charlotte Airport Hotel is approximately 9 miles away from the NASCAR Hall of Fame.