- TripBuzz found 81 things to do with kids in or near Salisbury, North Carolina, including 68 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Mooresville, Concord, Kannapolis and Davidson.
- From Predator Paintball to Woodleaf Lanes, the Salisbury area offers 72 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, Theaters, History Museums and Historic Homes.
- Salisbury is a historical city in North Carolina's central region. Home to ten unique historical districts the area features 19th and 20th century homes and commercial buildings that are popular for tours. Also famous for creating the original soft drink, Cheerwine, and its many wineries visitors enjoy sampling the local food and drink.
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I-85 Mile Marker 100, Lexington, NC MoreLess Info
The North Carolina Vietnam Veteran's was built to honor the sacrifice of over 1600 soldiers from the state. The monument and garden park is also dedicated to over 200,000 soldiers from the state who served in the war.
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2 South Main Street, Lexington, NC 27292 MoreLess Info
The Davidson County Historical Museum Old Courthouse on the Square was just rededicated after restorations in September 2014. The area's development from the prehistoric era through the 18th century is displayed in the main exhibit with side displays about the region's agriculture and participation in World War…
The Lazy 5 Ranch is a children's zoo and center of educational agriculture. Kids and parents love to pet the animals, feed them handfuls of food and enjoy spending time together in the beautiful surroundings. The most popular attractions are the pumpkin hayride and the Clydesdale--powered wagon rides.
A movie theater with 10 auditoriums, Carolina Mall Cinema displays first-run feature films using digital projection and sound. The theater offers stadium seating, RealD 3D movies, party packages and a concession area with food and drinks.
The GoPro Motorplex offers visitors rental go-karts as well features scheduled racing events. Located in Mooresville, North Carolina, the facility is open seven days a week for go-kart enthusiasts. The circuit is based on the Kartdroma Parma in Italy.
Situated on 90 acres, North Cabarrus Park features volleyball, tennis and basketball courts, a disc golf course and horseshoe pits. The park has a 1.2-mile trail suitable for walking, picnic facilities, children's playgrounds and a pond.
Auto racing is part of North Carolina's culture, and Mooresville is privileged to be the home of the Roger Penske Racing South Facility. This is where racecars are built, repaired and salvaged for parts. Admission is free, although most patrons buy themselves a treat at the gift store.