The next time you’re visiting Charlotte, you may want to check out our interactive attraction map.
It’s a handy guide to the best places to visit in the Charlotte metro area and to what we think are the best attractions in the area.
The map is based on research we conducted on our research team, and we hope it helps you identify some of the most memorable attractions in Charlotte.
Geography and attractions are key.
The following are our top picks for some of our favorite attractions in and around Charlotte.
The city is located in central North Carolina, with plenty of attractions to choose from.
You can get there by bus or air.
Charlotte has a rich history of entertainment, and the city is full of attractions that offer fun and interactive experiences for the whole family.
You’ll want to pick an attraction that has a strong sense of place, something that you can experience from many angles, and that will appeal to kids as well as adults.
Charlotte’s attractions also have a strong appeal to people of all ages, so we highly recommend you pick a attraction that’s family friendly, especially if it’s a family friendly attraction.
When it comes to entertainment, the biggest attraction in Charlotte is the city’s newest theme park, The Great Wall of China.
This 1.8-mile-long, $1 billion attraction opens this year and offers the opportunity to visit a 3D version of the Great Wall.
Visitors can go inside the wall and take in a 360-degree view of the city from the top.
It will be a great place to stop in for a quick photo with friends, or for a relaxing walk around the city.
You can also go to The Great Barrier Reef, a theme park that was announced in May 2019 and has been in operation for more than 30 years.
This 4-acre facility features a massive underwater world with underwater exhibits and a beach for swimming.
The park also offers a free “swim-out” experience for adults ages 5 and older that lets you take a dip in the reef’s waters and watch the creatures.
As a tourist, you can also visit The Great Charlotte Museum, an amazing collection of more than 6,000 artifacts, including rare artifacts from the city of Charlotte.
For a little more money, you’ll be able to take a guided tour around the exhibits, as well.
Finally, if you want to see the city and its surroundings in all their grandeur, visit the Grand Central Terminal.
It opened in late 2019 and is one of the biggest theme parks in the country, featuring a new version of its famous theme park ride, the “Pete’s Pajama” roller coaster.
It is located on the waterfront in downtown Charlotte and is the only place you can ride a coaster in the city for a price.
The Charlotte Arts Council has an array of programs and events in the downtown area, so you can check out the calendar of events.
If you have any questions about the city or its attractions, feel free to ask them in the comments below or reach out to us at [email protected]