- Our list of the best things to do in Mooresville, North Carolina, features the top 153 nearby activities — including 63 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Mooresville, NC has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Museums & Galleries, Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, and Sports & Fitness.
- The results below include the top 20 things to do within the city of Mooresville, NC , followed by 133 popular activities in nearby cities, including Concord, Salisbury, Cornelius, Huntersville, Charlotte, Kannapolis, Statesville, Davidson and Lexington
Adjustable seats and bistro tables create a unique movie-going experience at Our Town Cinemas, located in the Sadler Square Shopping Center. Special pricing is offered for students, children, seniors, military and matinee showings.
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104 S. Main St, In Front of Soda Shop, Davidson, NC 28036 MoreLess Info
A guided walking tour, the Ghost Walk of Davidson offers entertaining and informative insights into Davidson's history, haunted and otherwise. Tours are led by knowledgeable guides who tell chilling and entertaining stories of the town's past.
An art gallery that showcases, sells, and supports locally-created art, The Sanctuary of Davidson hosts a variety of events, dinners, and art shows. It also offers lessons and workshops, as well as summer camps.
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Davidson College, 315 N Main Street, Davidson, NC 28036 MoreLess Info
The Katherine & Tom Belk Visual Art Center is a state-of-the-art facility that is home to art history and studio art. It houses two galleries for visiting and student art shows as well as studios for art majors and faculty.
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200-G North Harbor Pl, Davidson, NC 28036 MoreLess Info
With direct access to the lake, Duffy Electric Boats of Lake Norman offers boat rentals and wine cruises for visitors. The cruises take place on an electric boat and includes tastings of a variety of different wines and cheeses.
Davidson Community Players was established in 1965 and currently encourages community participation in live theatre that engages, entertains, enriches and educates. They serve over 13,000 patrons annually and provide theatre performances, classes and camps for youth and adults.
Measuring seven acres, Legion Park features a historic marker beside an old spring that once provided water for the town and served as a Revolutionary War encampment site. It offers a baseball field, picnic areas, a playground and walking trails.
As an indoor skate park, STATIC Skateboard & Park has a facility stocked with ramps, rails, and other obstacles for skateboarders to ride on. The park has a shop that sells skateboarding equipment like decks.