For those looking for an immersive visit to Daytona International Speedway, the All-Access Tour provides a long list of exciting experiences guaranteed to make your time on these hallowed grounds truly memorable.
Below are just some of the most memorable experiences you'll have on an All-Access tour at DAYTONA!
Experience the banking for yourself as the tram coasts along turns 3 and 4 and you come face-to-face with the iconic 31-degree high banks of DAYTONA.*
*Track schedule and weather permitting
Visit the start/finish line before taking a ride along pit road to get a view of the pit stalls. You’ll then be dropped off to walk through the UNOH Fanzone and enjoy a special video presentation from Daytona International Speedway President Chip Wile and past DAYTONA 500 champions inside the media center, where reporters from around the globe come to cover races at DAYTONA.*
*The start/finish line, pit road and high banks experiences are dependent on track activity and will not occur if there are events scheduled.
Gatorade Victory Lane
Walk in the footsteps of legends inside Gatorade Victory Lane as you stand in the very same spot as past DAYTONA 500 champions and take a photo with your friends and family to commemorate the day!.
Explore the Injectors
The "World Center of Racing" provides a truly first-class experience! On the tour, you'll explore the Level 1 concourse before ascending on one of the record 40 escalators, to concourse Level 3. Once here, be sure to take a load off on the comfortable frontstretch seats and enjoy unparalleled sightlines.
DAYTONA 500 Champion Car, Harley J. Earl DAYTONA 500 Trophy & The Wall of Winners
After you return from touring the facility, stand side-by-side with 2019 DAYTONA 500 champion Denny Hamlin's No. 11 FedEx Express Toyota Camry, left in the same condition (and covered in the same confetti) as the day it conquered "The Great American Race."
Following a photo with the DAYTONA 500 champion car, turn around to admire the massive Harley J. Earl DAYTONA 500 Perpetual Trophy and the wall of past DAYTONA champions, where you'll find plaques of winners highlighting every major race in Daytona International Speedway history.
Motorsports Hall of Fame of America
Walking past the DAYTONA 500 champion car, you will enter the Motorsports Hall of Fame of America, which encompasses the history of motorsports not only at DAYTONA but also the entire nation. Here you will find relics like the Bluebird V, the last car to set the land-speed record on the sands of Daytona Beach, a piece of the original street asphalt where the first stock car races took place and much more.
Operated by the nonprofit Motorsports Museum and Hall of Fame of America Foundation Inc., the MSHFA is the only hall that encompasses the full spectrum of American motorsports: cars, motorcycles, off-road, powerboats and airplanes.
End your day with a trip to the immense DAYTONA Pit Shop, where you’ll find any and every piece of race gear and memorabilia you’ve been looking for. Daytona International Speedway branded hats, tees, and limited edition 1/24 scale die cast cars are just a few of the items available.
Admission to the All-Access Tour is $26 for adults and $20 for kids, while children four years old and younger are free. Daily tickets are sold beginning at 9:00am at the DAYTONA Ticket & Tours Office with 90-minute All-Access tours running every hour on the half hour.
All activities are subject to change depending on weather and the track schedule, so be sure to check tour times and arrive early. Visit our Tours page to find the perfect day and time to plan your visit to DAYTONA!
8.11.2020Save the Best for Last: Goldsmith Claims Final NASCAR Daytona Beach-Road Course Victory Before Series Moves to New Daytona International Speedway
Outduels Hard Charger Curtis Turner by Just Five Car Lengths in 1958 Farewell Race to the Sand
8.7.2020A Decade of Great Moments: NASCAR’s Top Series Wrote History on the Daytona Beach-Road Course from 1949-58 Before Moving to Superspeedway
Iconic Names Had Success on the 4.1-mile Layout; Today’s Stars Will Make the NASCAR Cup Series Return to Road Course Racing in Daytona Beach at Daytona International Speedway’s Trioval/Road Course on Aug. 16
8.6.2020The Birthplace of Speed – Daytona Beach - Welcomes Road Course Racing in the 1930s as NASCAR Founder Bill France Sr. Begins Promotion of a Sport he loves
NASCAR Set to Make its Historic Return to Road Course Racing in Daytona Beach at Daytona International Speedway’s Trioval/Road Course on Aug. 14-16
6.17.2020Daytona International Speedway Reopens Ticket & Tours Building, Pit Shop Retail Location and Motorsports Hall of Fame of America MuseumOperations will Feature New Health and Safety Protocols