- TripBuzz found 117 things to do with kids in or near Mooresville, North Carolina, including 98 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Concord, Huntersville, Kannapolis and Cornelius.
- From The Pit Indoor Kart Racing to George Pappas' Victory Lanes, the Mooresville area offers 73 different types of family activities, including: Specialty Museums, Gift Shops, Race Tracks and Bowling.
- Popularly referred to as the nation's 'Racing City' the city of Mooresville is home to many NASCAR racing teams and drivers. Racing fans can visit the areas two museums that honor NASCAR and it's local teams. Other attractions include both business and residential historical districts, local parks and a selection of casual and fine dining.
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924 South Main Street, Winston Salem, NC MoreLess Info
Winston-Salemn's Frank L. Horton Museum Center is located at the heart of the historic Moravian community of Old Salem. The central portion of the museum is free to visit, but its most popular area, the Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts, requires a ticket for admission.
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1481 S Anderson Road, Rock Hill, SC 29730 MoreLess Info
Palmetto Hills Paintball Field & Store is a full service family friendly Paintball Facility. They carry all popular major brands of paintball equipment and supplies and have 5 full service fields to accommodate all paintball game modes and play types.
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610 Coliseum Drive, Winston Salem, NC 27106 MoreLess Info
The Children's Theatre of Winston-Salem stimulates creativity for children of all ages. They provide a full calendar of scheduled performances, including seasonal and holiday events. Acting classes and summer camp are also available.
Based in the Triad of North Carolina, the Olde Homeplace Golf Club features an 18-hole course in the heart of Winston-Salem. Picnic and banquet facilities, a snack bar and golf shop are featured at the facility.
The historic home of William Lenoir, Fort Defiance, Lenoir, NC was constructed in the late 18th century on the site of the original fort and stockade. It is maintained as a museum now, and hosts many special events.
Bethabara Park is on the site of the first Moravian settlement over 250 years ago. Visitors can hike over 20 miles of trials spread over 183 acres and containing over 126 species of birds, visit a 1788 church, watch videos, and see video exhibits, and tour an Indian War Fort.
A corn maze, animal barn and large play area give kids plenty to do at Aw Shucks Farms. Open by reservation in spring and summer, the farm has regular operating hours in the fall as well as several special attractions.
A horse boarding and training facility, Gold Leaf Training offers full-service and self-care horse boarding along with horse training and exercise services. The facility also provides birthday party hosting, riding lessons and grooming services.
A quaint alley, Mimosa Lanes Inc. Bowling is an old-style venue that has bowlers keep score by hand. The small alley offers party packages, league signups, and it features light effects for added enjoyment.