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Free tickets for Kids in 'Free Youth Admission' of NASCAR Hall of fame

Jerome Quentzel

CHARLOTTE, NC - The Nascar Hall of Fame invites kids to come to the hall for free during the summer. This is related to the holding of the 'Free Youth Admission' program.

During this program, kids can enjoy various activities and facilities available at The Hall for free. Only one adult who acts as the guardian of the children will be charged for this program.

Kids will have the opportunity to learn about what it takes to become a NASCAR driver iRacing simulator or Pit Crew Challenge. Kids can also explore historic cars that have competed in NASCAR on Glory Road, and celebrate NASCAR selectees in the Hall of Honor. The most interesting thing is, kids can experience a total of 50 interactive activities available in The Nascar Hall of Fame.

One of the most popular interactive activities is Digital Scrapbook making. In this opportunity, kids can curate favorite videos and photos from interactive exhibits that can be used as souvenirs. Another interactive activity that can be done is Nascar Tracks. This activity provides a kids-friendly digital version of NASCAR tracks around the country that can help the kids to learn about the history behind it. Kids can compare the sizes between the tracks and watch a visual lap in an innovative rack projection.

If you are interested in bringing your children here, you are advised to buy tickets online at and choose a visit date between August 6-22. Each adult can bring up to four kids aged 4-12 years old. If there are more than four kids visiting, the price for one adult will be calculated.

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