More Area Attractions
Historical Rosedale Plantation located in Charlotte, NC, is one of the few remaining examples of 19th century Catawba River Valley plantations. Tours include the main house, 8 acres of grounds and extensive gardens.

Levine Museum of the New South, Charlotte, NC, is an interactive regional history museum featuring changing and traveling exhibits that offers a view of Charlotte's past.

McDowell Nature Center, Charlotte, NC, is a hands on nature center with interactive games. It also offers 8 acres of hiking trails.

Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, NC, is North Carolina's first art museum and one of the leading museums of the Southeast with holdings of pre-Columbian art, regional crafts, historic costumes, gold coins, etc.

Mint Museum of Craft & Design, Charlotte, NC, features the technical virtuosity and inspirational craft artists from all over the world. Ceramics, fiber, glass, metal and wood are showcased in the museum located in Center City.

National Sportscasters and Sports Hall of Fame located in Salisbury, NC, opened in 2001. This new attraction invites the public to explore the history of sports reporting through a variety of interactive exhibits. The Hall represents the best of sports writing and broadcasting with videos, clippings and dynamic exhibits.

Rowan Museum, Salisbury, NC, is located in the 1854 courthouse which survived Stoneman's raid. It is one of the finest examples of pre-Civil Wat architecture in our state.
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