- Our list of the best things to do in Burlington, North Carolina, features the top 61 nearby activities — including 30 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Burlington, NC has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, Museums & Galleries, and Sports & Fitness.
- The results below include the top 16 things to do within the city of Burlington, NC , followed by 45 popular activities in nearby cities, including Greensboro, Chapel Hill, Mebane, Durham and Pittsboro
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Ship Wreck Miniature Golf 3010 South Church Street, Burlington, NC MoreLess Info
Pirate-themed mini-golf course with obstacles such as cannons, a pirate ship, and sunken treasure chests; bowling with pizza and soda
99% 145 votes
676 East Hughes Mill Road, Burlington, NC 27217 MoreLess Info
Home to a variety of wild animals, Conservators' Center provides guests with both a fun and educational experience. Guided tours allow for close up looks at lions, tigers, wolves, bobcats and many other species.
98% 44 votes
4242 R Dean Coleman Road, Burlington, NC 27215 MoreLess Info
Sitting on 414 acres of dense forest terrain is Cedarock Park. The park offers a variety of amenities including hiking, disc golf, equestrian trails, fishing and a restored 1900's historical farm.
97% 59 votes
1333 Overbrook Road, Burlington, NC MoreLess Info
There are over 75 acres of activities provides at the flagship City Park of Burlington. Facilities at the park include five athletic fields, an extensive playground, walking track, year-round aquatic facilities, and the historical Dentzel Carousel.
100% 10 votes
1149 A St. Marks Church Road, Burlington, NC 27215 MoreLess Info
Locally owned and operated, Piedmont Ale House is a neighborhood-style pub that serves a variety of craft beers on tap. The pub is also a sports bar, with multiple sporting events on televisions at any given time.
81% 36 votes
5803 N.C. 62 S, Burlington, NC 27215 MoreLess Info
Important to the Revolutionary War, Alamance Battleground State Historic Site provides various exhibits and programs to aid in public education. The grounds include a frontier house, nature trail, picnic tables and gift shop.
100% 8 votes
4777 Highway 62 South, Burlington, NC 27215 MoreLess Info
The Alamance County Historical Museum is a plantation home originally built in 1790. This preserved historical site hosts several ongoing Victorian-themed events. The original barn and carriage house remain in good condition, and are adorned by the surrounding flower gardens.
86% 14 votes
1450 Graham Street, Burlington, NC 27217 MoreLess Info
Home to the Burlington Royals, Burlington Athletic Stadium has bleachers that can sit over 3000 visitors at a time. The stadium has a picnic area, concession stand, and a clubhouse for guests to visit during baseball games.
100% 2 votes
3370 S Church Street, Burlington, NC 27215 MoreLess Info
From tumbling to dance classes, Kidsport Gymnastic Academy offers children a variety of fitness classes for improving their flexibility. The facility is equipped with gymnastic equipment like beams, bars, mats, and more.
100% 1 votes
3356A S Church Street, Burlington, NC 27215 MoreLess Info
Lazer X is a large family friendly venue that hosts laser tag. A Mission Impossible laser maze, cosmic black-lighting, fog machine, and music heighten the fun. Party rooms, an arcade and Skeeball are also available.
75% 4 votes
107 E Front Street, Burlington, NC 27215 MoreLess Info
Located in historic downtown Burlington, the Front Street Public House offers craft beers, cider and wine. This English-style bar also features drink specials as well as regular live music and trivia nights.