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Places Of Interest

Places Of Interest

You'll be captivated by the exciting hands-on exhibits at this huge educational center for science and technology, where a tropical rain forest, space station, Ocean Touch Pool and Omnimax theater are only a few of the attractions that bring the sciences to life.
Attraction type: Children's museum; Science museum
Formerly the Charlotte Motor Speedway, this popular attraction serves as the site of NASCAR racing and other sporting events.
A mecca of family fun, this 105-acre theme/water park features rides that thrill and live entertainment.
Attraction type: Amusement/theme park
The Mint Museum of Art is located a building that once housed the Charlotte Mint. Opening in 1936, it was the first art museum in North Carolina. Today it features permanent and visiting exhibitions with noted collections of American art, pre-Columbian art, American and European ceramics, American decorative arts, historic costumes and accessories, African art, Asian art, historic maps, contemporary art, and photography.
This museum offers audience-focused programs and exhibits, based on the people, buildings, stories and objects that have shaped the history of Charlotte and its surrounding region.
Concord Mills
"Where Great Shopping Lives"
features hundreds of the best names in retail including Polo Ralph Lauren Factory Store, Nike Factory Store, Osh Kosh B’Gosh Outlet, Zales the Diamond Store Outlet and Off 5th Saks 5th Avenue Outlet.
Hop aboard Charlotte's Longest-Running Daily City Tour and take a 2-hour excursion that covers over 50 sites and 250 years of history. Included are the Historic District in Uptown and 2 Old South neighborhoods. Tours are scheduled year-round
Zuma Fun Center in Charlotte is the place for family entertainment, birthday parties and group events, with attractions including go-karts, miniature golf, batting cages, bumper boats and a state-of-the-art video arcade. Rookie go-karts, a train ride and other attractions are designed especially for younger children. So much fun - practically in your backyard!
Levine Museum of the New South is an interactive museum housing the nation's most comprehensive interpretation of post-Civil War Southern history. Visit today and enjoy a self-guided tour of the centerpiece exhibit Cotton Fields to Skyscrapers and other current exhibits.
The Shul

Chabad's Welcoming Synagogue

Jewish Preschool on Sardis

A five star Preschool

The Mikvah

Purifying Waters

Talmud Torah

A Hebrew School that's fun!

Women's Club

The Rosh Chodesh Society


The Power of Youth

Tip Top Garage Doors