It’s not all about the mouse in Central Florida! Daytona International Speedway is another regional claim-to-fame and offers a fantastic alternative to the thrill rides and crowds of Orlando’s many theme parks. Go behind-the-scenes and find out what makes Daytona Speedway perhaps the most famous race track in the world. This one-hour Daytona Speedway All-Access Tour takes you to the otherwise off-limits areas of the track that will give you bragging rights among your friends, and send you home with an even greater affinity for the sport of racing…and maybe even with some high-class NASCAR apparel!
Tours begin every hour on the hour from 10:00AM-3:00PM, and seating is assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. Yes, that’s right…seating! You didn’t think you were going to walk around the Daytona Speedway, did you?
On your super-exclusive All-Access Tour of Daytona International Speedway, you will have the opportunity to see the Drivers’ Meeting Room, the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Garages, the Gatorade Victory Lane, and more. All that’s missing is a photo op with Ricky Bobby!
Daytona Speedway is home to the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, the Daytona 500, the Coke Zero 400, and loads of other high-speed, high-octane events that draw in crowds from around the country and around the world. The track is 2.95 miles in length and features 12 turns on a dirt surface. It was designed in 1953 as a way to expand and extend the Daytona Beach Road Course, and was eventually built in November of 1957.
Your tour guide will narrate stories of the speedway, and give you the ins and outs of the legendary track. Your tour will conclude with an exciting visit to the Coca-Cola Theatre, in which you will watch a video about the history of racing in the Daytona area, and get a look at Jamie McMurray’s 2010 Daytona 500 winning car!
Comments about Smart Destinations Daytona International Speedway All Access Tour:
i love to watch the race but when we went in the track to see how the drives see every thing was great. the thing we didnt like about it was that the museum was closed!
From Orlando take I-4 East to I-95 North.
From 95 North take Exit 261-A
From I-95 South take Exit 261.
Located on the right on US 92 (International Speedway Blvd.) 60 miles from Orlando, St. Augustine, and Kennedy Space Center.
Proceed to the Ticket Office at Daytona International Speedway 1801 W International Speedway Blvd on the corner of Bill France Blvd. and present your Go Select pass.
Save even more with these pre-built discount packages that include Daytona International Speedway All Access Tour bundled with other great Orlando attractions.