City of Charlotte
Just beyond the action on the court at Time Warner Cable Arena, Center City Charlotte is a shining example of Southern hospitality with more than 4,100 hotel rooms, 170 dining and nightlife destinations, 45,000 parking spaces, and 850,000 square feet of meeting space within Charlotte Convention Center.
Other additions include the Levine Center for the Arts on South Tryon Street, comprised of the Mint Museum Uptown, the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art, the Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts + Culture, and the Knight Theater. A revamped Discovery Place and the new NASCAR Hall of Fame are not-to-be-missed destinations for CIAA fans heading into town as well. And for painting the town red, the EpiCentre and NC Music Factory are both definite crowd pleasers chock full of dining, nightlife and entertainment hotspots.
Make sure you check out the NASCAR Hall of Fame during your stay in Charlotte. Enjoy amazing artifacts, interactive exhibits, simulator rides and special events at the High Octane Theater. Plus, you can grab a bite to eat in the NASCAR Hall of Fame Café or at the Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant. You also can take home a souvenir at the gift shop to help you remember it all. Click here to explore the interactive map. For ticket information during your visit http://www.nascarhall.com/
Fans can also take advantage of the efficient LYNX Blue Rail light rail system, which connects South Charlotte, South End, and Center City to dining, nightlife, culture, the Charlotte Convention Center, and Time Warner Cable Arena.
For available parking, check out the Center City Green Parking Deck & Map and for more information on Charlotte, visit charlottesgotalot.com.