4.5 based on 817 reviews
For more than 50 years, Charlotte Motor Speedway has set the standard for motorsports entertainment for fans of all ages.Charlotte Motor Speedway is the only race vacation destination where fans can immerse themselves in the heart of NASCAR country. Visitors can attend one-of-a-kind race spectacles such as the Coca-Cola 600, NASCAR Sprint All- Star Race and Bank of America 500; take behind-the-scenes speedway and race shop tours; explore the new NASCAR Hall of Fame; and drive an 800-horsepower stock car.Charlotte Motor Speedway, zMAX Dragway and The Dirt Track at Charlotte host international NASCAR, NHRA and World of Outlaw events; gigantic AutoFairs, grassroots Legend Car and street legal drag racing, Monster Trucks and one of the world’s largest drive-through holiday light shows, Carolina Christmas. There’s entertainment for every thrill-seeker!Through every event and every decade, Charlotte Motor Speedway puts FANS FIRST with a never-ending commitment to enhance the fan experience. That tradition continues with unmatched value through affordable season tickets, the debut of the world’s largest high-definition television screen and more opportunities for you to see your favorite drivers. Make memories with us at The Greatest Place to See the Race!
Beautiful light display at the Charlotte's Motor Speedway during the holidays! My husband and I were a little scared in the beginning since the lights were really sparse. But once we got to the middle of the display, there were a lot more lights and the display was fantastic. They set up an area where you can watch drive-in movies as well as a village to get food, pet animals, etc. What made our experience even more magical was there was someone with a truck that was outlined with Christmas lights. We ended up following the truck at the end.
5 based on 6 reviews
An opportunity to experience a hands-on NASCAR driving experience.
I love speed and have had my share of tickets. Trying to scare me into driving more slowly, my husband bought me a ride as a Christmas present. We live in NC so I took my ride at Lowes Raceway and had a choice of going around with a professional driver in a stockcar or driving myself. If you choose to drive yourself you must take a two hour course before hand, I chose to go with a driver, not knowing the car and going around that big oval with high banks pulls a lot of G's, those who drove themselves went a lot slower than the 165 mph that we were clocked at. Did it scare me into wanting to drive more slowly? Heck no, I wanted to go faster. Three drivers are allowed on the track at one time so if you drive yourself be very careful, my driver had to slow down to avoid hitting those who didn't know how to handle their vehicle. Your are dressed in racing gear and helmets, you must sign a waiver against injury or death - This is real folks, not for the weak of stomach or heart but a complete blast - I now want to do every track. One bit of advice, being a race car there are no doors, you have to climb through the window which is really cute (not) to watch if you are short like me.
4.5 based on 105 reviews
There is so much to do at this park for the entire family, couples or just a lone walk. I've used their kayaks, paddle boats and couldn't believe how inexpensive it was.
4.5 based on 536 reviews
Good place to come just can be pricey with all the extras they sell. We have been a couple of times and each time we find out different things to help cut some of the costs. Like pack a cooler, order pizza from outside delivery company. We split a room this time with another family so that helped also. Good place to come in the winter to give the kids a place to go and play without the adults having to watch them 24*7 in the pool since the lifeguards are great.
4.5 based on 42 reviews
I stopped by here while in the area and visiting multiple NASCAR shops. While there aren't a lot of displays to specifically see, this shop has one of the best areas to actually see the ongoing shop operations through large glass windows. There are also displays to show the garage process. When I was there I was able to see three of the four crew chiefs meeting behind the glass wall so that was neat to see. The gift shop is well stocked with many items.
5 based on 86 reviews
First time that I had been to the palce and it was a great expereience. The place is well laid out, has awesome people there and was easy to find our way around. a tunnel going under the track to get to the other side was a surprise and very well used by us to get to the side where the drivers and vendors had their displays and activities. getting autographs was very easy. I was amazed.
5 based on 75 reviews
Get behind the wheel in one of our 8 – 80 lap driving programs or Ride-Along shotgun for 3 high-speed laps at over 20 tracks nationwide – including Charlotte Motor Speedway!
Deceitful sales tactics, extreme difficulty in scheduling drive times, can't get your money back! If you have to reschedule it's an extra fee! Constantly 'selling'! Not worth the time or money!
4.5 based on 393 reviews
Our Corvette Club had the privilege of visiting this amazing complex. The five modern buildings were arranged in a campus style setting with impeccable, manicured landscaping. We had a guided tour of Mr. Hendrick's car collection which is a must see experience and has to be arranged in advance. The car collection contained thirty-one 1967 Corvettes in every paint style for that year in addition to many other Corvettes and Camaros with a 001 VIN number. The displays and buildings maintained with extreme cleanliness and care. The staff was very knowledgeable and friendly. We were able to look into one of the garages and see the shop area. The museum is free and had a lot of NASCAR displays. There is also a gift shop in the museum with all kinds of NASCAR items for sale.
4 based on 387 reviews
SEA LIFE Charlotte-Concord is specially built to cater to kids ages 3-12. Our unique construction is specifically designed so that your kids can have the same viewing experience as adults, and in some cases even better! We even have a soft play area for your kids to blow off some steam before you head home. Your family will travel from the fresh waters of the Catawba River in the Blue Ridge Mountains to the salt waters of the Atlantic Ocean and beyond in about an hour, in an intimate environment. We are the Charlotte area's only full-time aquarium and are accredited by the Association of Zoos & Aquariums. We're open every day and you can save time and money by booking online.
This small aquarium is located inside Concord Mills Mall. The cost is a little high for what you get to see. It took us less than an hour to go through the whole thing. With small children it would take longer of course. If you are in the area it is a good place to visit but it's not worth driving far to get to. I do recommend buying your tickets online since it saves you $4 for each one.
4.5 based on 52 reviews
Who would think that a cemetery would be a tourst focal point. The flowers areabsolutely
Beautiful and the caliadiamas and elephants ears of some I never seen . It was to late in the season for me to see the tulips ( this is what they are known for ) But one on the grounds keepers ( Brenda) gave me the grand tour. This cemetery is so peaceful
and the smell of blooming flower and trees filled the air.and the sound of the water fountains so peaceful. I could come here everyday and sit on a bench and just read a book and enjoy the smells and sound of this beautiful and peaceful
Place. I think the 1st tombstone was in 1804 ..... that's old ......
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