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The total driving distance from Charleston, SC to Charlotte, NC is 209 miles or 336 kilometers.
Your trip begins in Charleston, South Carolina. It ends in Charlotte, North Carolina.
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One of Charlotte’s top tourist attractions is the NASCAR Hall of Fame, located across the street from Charlotte Convention Center. This 150,000 square feet center has over 40,000 square feet of exhibit space.
There are 9 areas to explore inside the NASCAR Hall of Fame. Hard Card gives you a behind-the-scenes look at NASCAR and hands-on activities. High Octane Theater is a 278-seat theater where guests can watch a movie that traces the history of NASCAR. The Great Hall is where you’ll find thousands of NASCAR exhibits, videos, and graphics.
Glory Road features 18 historic cars including the 1952 Hudson Hornet, 1961 Ford Starliner, 1966 Ford Fairlane, 1973 Chevrolet Chevelle, 1986 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Aerocoupe and 2013 Toyota Camry. Famous NASCAR stars like Jimmie Johnson, Matt Kenseth, Tony Stewart, Marshall Teague, Buck Baker, Glen Wood and more drove these cars.
Heritage Speedway showcases over 200 artifacts like uniforms, helmets, radios and trophies. For souvenirs, pick up unique NASCAR souvenirs at the 5,800-square foot Gear Shop.
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