Sightseeing in Charlotte

90-Minute Walking Tour of Uptown for Two, Four, or Six at Tour Charlotte (Up to 58% Off)

Tour Charlotte

7th Street Public Market

Guides share tidbits from Charlotte’s present and past on tours that with stops for skyscrapers, museums, and historic churches

$28 $14

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$70 for a Haunted Segway Tour for Two in October or November from Segway Fun ($140 Value)

Segway Fun

Second Ward

Small groups glide through Charlotte’s spookier side atop quiet, efficient Segway scooters

$140 $70

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Halloween Bar Crawl for One, Two, or Four on Friday, October 31, from Carolina Nightlife (Up to 47% Off)

Carolina Nightlife

Whiskey River

Costumed partiers get complimentary entry to all the EpiCentre venues; drink specials and costume contest

$15 $8

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One, Two, Four, or Ten Admissions to a Charlotte Crawl from Barcrawlin.com (Up to 80% Off)

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Howl at the Moon

Drink craft beer and cocktails at four to five bars while dressed according to a playful theme

$49 $19

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Admission for One, Two, or Four to Carolinas Aviation Museum (Up to42% Off)

Carolinas Aviation Museum

Charlotte

See historic war, commercial, and private planes, including the salvaged aircraft from the 2009 Miracle on the Hudson

$12 $7

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Walking-Adventure Tour for Two or Four from Crazy Dash Digital Adventures - Charlotte (60% Off)

Crazy Dash Digital Adventures - Charlotte

Charlotte

Sprint through the city on a scavenger-hunt-like adventure

$40 $18

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Haunted-History Walking Tour for Two or Four with Ghost-Hunting Equipment from Spirit Expeditions (50% Off)

Spirit Expeditions

First Ward

A two-hour walking tour covers Charlotte's most haunted areas and allows guests to conduct their own paranormal investigation

$50 $25

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90-Minute Walking Ghost Tour for Two or Four from The HauntedDistrict (Up to 63% Off)

The HauntedDistrict

First Ward

Tours investigate paranormal side of Charlotte by visiting historical crime sites and learning about area’s beginnings

$78 $31

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Select Local Merchants

Linda Minor, a member of the North Carolina Society of Goldsmiths and a former fashion buyer for J.C. Penney and Belk department stores, sells handmade creations within Bead Me’s spacious shop. Her first designed jewelry, which has been recognized as American-made by Martha Stewart, was chosen to be given to First Lady Michelle Obama on behalf of the city of Charlotte, NC. She draws from her style expertise to create necklaces, earrings, and bracelets with pearls, coral, turquoise, Swarovski crystals, and semiprecious gemstones. Many of her pieces incorporate copper, an antimicrobial metal that resists fading. During fun, BYOB jewelry-making classes, Linda imparts her beading know-how to students of all skill levels, giving them hands-on practice with metal-manipulation techniques such as fold forming and reverse psychology.

301 E Tremont Ave
Charlotte,
NC
US

Sisters and native Charlotteans Neha Negandhi and Monika Shah didn?t let respective stints in Seattle and Alaska keep them away from their hometown arts scene. Inspired by similar BYOB painting sessions seen during their travels, they harnessed their diverse experiences with event management and Alaskan train tours to open their own studio, where they encourage students of all artistic levels to tap into their inimitable creativity just as they did. Joined by an impressive cast of local artists, the sisters unfurl a calendar stocked with a barrage of painting options, allowing students to portray a sailboat with an impressionistic mast or a seahorse wearing a gilded saddle.

1308 The Plaza
Charlotte,
NC
US

Drawing from the more frightening pages of the area's history, Carolina History & Haunts? guides lead lantern-lit tours of eerie and haunted locales. The ?Nightmares Around Elm Street? tour sends groups through the specter-laden streets of Greensboro, while the Beyond the Grave tour braves uptown Charlotte?s paranormal avenues to learn the fates of the less fortunate and possibly even witness a prankster ghost grabbing a dog's tail as it's chased.

Carolina History & Haunts partners with local businesses to give tour goers discounts on accommodations and food, and large groups are eligible for discounted pricing and private tours.

214 N Tryon St.
Charlotte,
North Carolina
US

Art bursts around every corner of the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art. Swiss architect Mario Botta designed the intimate museum to showcase art in every arresting space and vista, including works by Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, and Max Ernst. The spiraling colors of the European perspective highlight the best of mid 20th-century modern art. The collection showcases the relationships the Bechtler family formed with the art community and the art that followed.

420 S Tryon St
Charlotte,
NC
US

Stoneware expert Andrew Linton schedules sessions in his spacious studio for couples of all potted persuasions to hone their creative skills. Having taught workshops at Midlands Clay Arts Society and the Mint Museum of Charlotte, Andrew encourages a hands-on approach to the ceramic arts in the studio he owns and operates himself. Customers with little or no experience in shot put can learn the fundamentals of wheel throwing in a beginners' class, which also covers trimming techniques designed to give your flower vase or cauldron a refined design. Forthcoming masterworks are then hardened in the bisque firing process, after which customers have the option of taking their freshly fired pots to be glazed (additional fee applies) at the in-store donut shop.

4843 Monroe Rd
Charlotte,
NC
US

Braitman Studio offers serious art instruction to adults and teens. Founded in 1995, we started with one class of 10 adults and one teen class. We currently offer a broad range of weekly classes, 3 to 5 annual workshops, and a biannual painting trip abroad. Approximately 150 artists paint here weekly.

9313 Monroe Rd
Charlotte,
NC
US