- The list below includes 117 free or cheap things to do in or near Mooresville, North Carolina, including 73 different types of inexpensive activities like Specialty Museums, Race Tracks, Bowling and Go Karts.
- From Hope Park to Bellingham Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Mooresville and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Concord, Cornelius, Huntersville and Salisbury.
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200 Brookstown Ave., Winston Salem, NC 27101 MoreLess Info
Visitors can enjoy guided tours of unique restaurants and shops in North Carolina with Taste Carolina Gourmet Food Tours. The tours make 5 to 6 stops and provide behind the scenes chats with chefs and artisans.
89% 177 votes
390 South Liberty Street, Winston Salem, NC MoreLess Info
At the Children's Museum of Winston-Salem, children must climb through the lobby just to enter the building. Once inside, they interact with a climbing library, a children's library, building area, enchanted forest, animal alphabet, and amazing airways as they act out their favorite childhood stores.
89% 35 votes
750 Marguerite Drive, Winston Salem, NC 27106 MoreLess Info
Part of the Winston-Salem community, the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art is a contemporary multimedia art gallery. Exhibits showcase the works of film-makers and experimental artists and art-related events are held regularly.
A museum that offers educational activities and developmental play, the Main Street Children's Museum has weekly and seasonal events. The museum can be a host for birthday parties and offers guided tours and programs.
First opened in 1950 as a children's discovery center, the Museum of York County, has grown to include a large collection of exhibits on Africa and its animals. Visitors can also visit the planetarium, naturalist center, and the local landscape.
84% 38 votes
Corner of Main & Cemetery Sts., Winston Salem, NC 27101 MoreLess Info
Actor Mr. Heizer entertains as well as educates on the 90 minute walking Winston Salem Ghost Tour including the Single Brothers House. Mr. Heizer also does daytime historical tours of Winston Salem.
Glencairn Gardens is an 11-acre botanical garden with a wide variety of plants. Visitors can use paved walkways to explore the landscaped lawns, see ducks and fish in ponds, and even plant seeds in a public vegetable garden.
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.