Charlotte City Guide

2018

Charlotte, NC Official Visitors Guide

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charlottesgotalot.com 9 Discovery Place Science In the heart of Uptown, this immersive science museum features fascinating exhibitions, hands- on labs, daily live shows, an aquarium and an IMAX® theater. From toddlers to teens, kids learn as they play, and rotating programs give guests a reason to return. discoveryplace.org Craft Breweries Dozens of cra breweries call the Queen City home—and even more are set to open this year. Enjoy the spacious biergarten at e Olde Mecklenburg Brewery, Charlotte's first cra beer producer, and grab a growler from NoDa Brewing Company. Turn to page 41 for more sipping spots. oldemeckbrew.com, nodabrewing.com Topgolf Charlotte With more than 100 hitting bays, a full-service restaurant and bars, and a rooop terrace, Topgolf Charlotte is an entertaining outing for any skill level. e game (oen compared to bowling or darts) features microchipped golf balls that you hit toward targets. topgolf.com Levine Museum of the New South rough artifacts, video, music and photography, this interactive museum focuses on the post- Civil War South with an emphasis on Charlotte. Its centerpiece exhibit, "Cotton Fields to Skyscrapers," has six storytelling environments, including a tenant farmer house and a sit-in lunch counter. museumohenewsouth.org Segway Tour with Charlotte NC Tours Aboard a Charlotte NC Tours Segway, guests can see diverse architecture, cruise through historic neighborhoods, spot parks and museums, sample Queen City fare or learn local ghost stories. charlottenctours.com Levine Center for the Arts Pass Perhaps the best ticket in town, this $20 pass provides two-day regular admission access to three distinct culture hubs: Mint Museum (both locations), Bechtler Museum of Modern Art and the Harvey B. Gantt Center for African- American Arts + Culture (children 4 and under are admitted free). levinecenterarts.org Nightlife Charlotte's nightlife is as diverse as its neighborhoods. When the sun goes down, head out to the EpiCentre or AvidXchange Music Factory for themed nightclubs and see- and-be-seen dance floors. Montford Drive's hip strip offers late-night dining and karaoke, while the LoSo (Lower South End)/Queen Park area has the draw of distilleries, breweries and a cidery. avidxchangemusicfactory.com, epicentrenc.com 1 NASCAR Hall of Fame 2 U.S. National Whitewater Center 3 Carowinds 4 The Billy Graham Library 5 Segway tour with Charlotte NC Tours 4 2 3 5

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