- TripBuzz found 169 things to do with kids in or near Charlotte, North Carolina, including 149 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Concord, Rock Hill, Huntersville and Matthews.
- From BB&T Ballpark to The Bank of America Stadium, the Charlotte area offers 69 different types of family activities, including: Theaters, Sports Stadiums (Professional), Amusement Parks (All Ages) and Movie Theaters.
- Charlotte is located within the southern portion of central North Carolina and is surrounded by multiple lakes and the Catawba River. History from the the Revolutionary War era and the Civil War era can be found in sites throughout the city and its nearby areas. It has also modernized and urbanized quickly to contain multiple sports teams, performing arts centers, and a prominent Renaissance Festival in October and November.
A movie theater featuring ten auditoriums, Statesville 10 displays first-run feature films using digital projection and sound. The theater offers stadium seating, RealD 3D movies, theater rentals for private events and a snack bar with food and drinks.
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1613 E Broad Street, Statesville, NC 28625 MoreLess Info
The Children's Museum of Iredell County is a children's museum dedicated to engaging, inspiring, and educating children. The museum offers several hands on exhibits in which children can learn about art and the sciences through play.
Open seasonally, the Regal Corn Maze offers outdoor fun for all ages. Visitors can wander a maze of corn and play a variety of games, including firing a corn cannon, launching things from a giant slingshot, or simply playing checkers.
The Cleveland County Historical Museum covers the history of the local area through a range of artifacts that detail everyday life and the stories of average people. It is currently housed in the historic courthouse which was originally built in 1907.
Named after famous banjo player and local resident Earl Scruggs, the Earl Scruggs Center is a museum dedicated to the Blue Ridge area music. The museum is filled with exhibits and information that teaches about local music life and culture.