North Carolina Auto Racing Hall of Fame

Description

Located in Mooresville, or "Race City, USA," the North Carolina Auto Racing Hall of Fame is one part museum, one part art gallery, one part gift shop, and one part race fan utopia. The museum features a display of over 35 cars, including Rusty Wallace's first Winston Cup ride, the 1980 Chevrolet Impala #16, and a Richard Petty Chevrolet Winston Cup car. The display includes stock cars, Indy, drag racing, and rare muscle cars of the '60s. The Goodyear Mini-Theater lets you relive racing's greatest moments. In the art gallery, you'll find the original work of motorsport's top artists, including Jeanne Barnes, Sam Bass, and Gary Hill. Reproductions of their work can be purchased in the gift shop, which is the official headquarters of "Race City, USA" and an outlet for officially licensed NASCAR merchandise. The gift shop offers a full lineup of shirts, hats, jackets, die-cast and collectible models, and more. The Hall of Fame is located at 119 Knob Hill Road in Mooresville. Take Exit 36 from I-77 and go west. At the second light, turn left. Take the next right onto Knob Hill Rd.

Address

119 Knob Hill Rd
Mooresville, NC 28117

Lat/Long

35.59011200, -80.86373800
Visit Website
(704) 663-5331

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