Admission to the NASCAR Hall of Fame will be $19.95 for adults, and $12.95 for kids ages 5-12, the hall announced.
The prices are more that for most sports halls, though the admission is more in line with other venues such as the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland.
"We researched 70 venues (to set ticket prices)," said Winston Kelley, executive director for the Hall of Fame. "We are steadfast in believing our guests will find competitive prices."
The admission price does not include a simulator ride in a race car, which costs $5. If there were no separate cost for the simulator, it would be difficult to accommodate everyone who would want to ride, Kelley said.
The 150,000 square-foot hall is scheduled to open May 11. Tickets go on sale Wednesday, the same day a voting panel will determine the first five people inducted.
Ticket prices for the NASCAR Hall of Fame
Military and seniors: $17.95
Children ages 5-12: $12.95
Children under 5: free
*does not include a $5 fee to ride a racing simulator
How hall admission compares
College Football Hall of Fame: $12
Hockey Hall of Fame: $15
Pro Football Hall of Fame: $16.20
Baseball Hall of Fame: $16.50
Basketball Hall of Fame: $16.99
Country Music Hall of Fame: $21.99
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: $22, $18 for locals
The Georgia Aquarium: $26