12 North Carolina Destinations for Accessible Travel
A growing number of businesses, organizations, and attractions across the state are making the adventures that every North Carolinian should experience more accessible than ever.
NASCAR Hall of Fame — Charlotte
A visit to the NASCAR Hall of Fame kicks off with a closed-captioned introductory video in the wheelchair-accessible High Octane Theater. Next, deaf and hard-of-hearing visitors can explore the exhibits with a sign language interpreter, while visitors with sensory disorders can check out sensory bags or take breaks in quiet zones. Guests who use wheelchairs can hear the roar of engines and the squeal of tires while racing against competitors in the iRacing Simulator’s wheelchair-accessible stock car replica, equipped with steering wheel-accommodated pedals.