- Our list of the best things to do in Banner Elk, North Carolina, features the top 70 nearby activities — including 40 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Banner Elk, NC has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Museums & Galleries, Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, and Amusement.
- The results below include the top 15 things to do within the city of Banner Elk, NC , followed by 55 popular activities in nearby cities, including Boone, Blowing Rock, Linville, Morganton, Damascus, Lenoir and West Jefferson
Featuring 40 lanes, AMF Colonial Lanes offers open and league bowling and is suitable for private parties and events. The bowling center serves food and drinks and also provides pool tables and arcade video games.
The Centre For the Performing Arts is a professional no-nonsense establishment dedicating to teaching dancers as much as possible from three years old to pre-professional. Classes include tap, pointe, jazz, and classical ballet.
Cycling enthusiasts can choose from a variety of day and multi-day themed excursions around the region, including tours through local farms, forests, and the Blue Ridge Parkway with Velo Girl Rides. Custom tours are also available.
The Hickory Furniture Mart features 100 factory outlets, stores, and furniture galleries in one location. This combination allows shoppers to find furniture, sometimes deeply discounted, from 1,000 manufacturers all in one location.
Head over to Carmike Cinemas to catch the latest feature films. This theater features a BigD auditorium, where movies are shown with bigger screens and bigger sounds. Discounts are available for children, seniors and matinee showings.
Hickory's Carmike 14 is a movie theater multiplex that shows mostly newly released Hollywood films. The theater features stadium seating, 3D for select films, and digital video and sound, and offers discount matinees.
Patrons of the Black Mountain Golf Club enjoy an inspiring atmosphere, immaculate golf course and attentive staff service. The golf course is also open to non-members, although they must pay a slightly higher rate per game.
Featuring a 3/8th mile oval track, Kingsport Speedway showcases NASCAR and stock racing during its racing season, which begins in March and ends in September. The speedway has a kid's club where children can experience racing related activities.