- TripBuzz discovered 71 different types of activities for couples in the Mooresville area, including Specialty Museums (like Memory Lane Museum), Race Tracks (like Mooresville Motorplex), Bowling (like George Pappas' Victory Lanes) and Go Karts (like The Pit Indoor Kart Racing), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 118 date ideas in or near Mooresville, North Carolina, including 105 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Concord, Salisbury, Kannapolis and Cornelius.
Catawba Cultural Center is a collection and celebration of Catawba Indian Nation history. Visitors can view exhibits full of historical tribal artifacts, tools and pottery, and learn the history of the people straight from direct Catawba ancestors.
a/perture cinema screens independent, foreign and documentary films in four intimate theater settings. Adults can complement this film experience with traditional movie beverages and snacks or special selections such as wine and local bakery treats.
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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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2250 Reynolda Road, Winston Salem, NC 27106 MoreLess Info
The historic home of R.J. Reynolds contains American art from 1755 to present including works by Georgia O'Keefe, Grant Wood, and Jacob Lawrence. At the Reynolds House Museum of American Art, visitors see 28 original buildings, many containing restaurants and gift shops, the 16-acre lake, and the formal gardens…
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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.
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.