Things To Do In North Charleston

Laser Tag for Two or Complete Fun Package for Two or Four at GloZone (Up to 51% Off)

GloZone

North Charleston

$24 $12

Laser beams zap the fiber-optic vests of opponents during games of laser tag; fun package includes mini golf and arcade tokens

5, 10, or Unlimited CrossFit Classes with CrossFit Swagger at Select Fitness (Up to 62% Off)

Select Fitness

North Charleston

$65 $29

Members shed calories and build muscle through group classes, a fully stocked cardio center, free weights, and functional training

Two Weeks of Unlimited Classes for Kids or Adults at Masters Studios (Up to 76% Off). Three Options Available.

Masters Studios

Multiple Locations

$70 $25

Masters Studios trains students to achieve goals, whether to get in shape, train, or to become a martial arts master

$39 for $70 Groupon — Personal Training

Performance Nutrition

North Charleston

$70 $39

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Fresh Beat Band at North Charleston Performing Arts Center on November 11 at 6:30 p.m. (Up to 40% Off)

Fresh Beat Band

North Charleston Performing Arts Center

$39.85 $24

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Nick Jr. musical quartet take the stage for a summer concert

Maxwell at North Charleston Performing Arts Center on July 29 at 7:30 p.m. (Up to 51% Off)

Maxwell

North Charleston Performing Arts Center

$60.30 $30

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Grammy-winning neo-soul legend continues to build on his triumphant 2010 return with heartfelt odes to love and loss

Sesame Street Live!: "Make A New Friend" at North Charleston Performing Arts Center on September 9 (Up to 46% Off)

Sesame Street Live!: "Make A New Friend"

North Charleston Performing Arts Center

$27.90 $15

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Grover, Elmo, Abby Cadabby, and Cookie Monster learn that friendship is universal when a foreign visitor arrives at Sesame Street

Go-Kart Rides and VIP Racing Membership for One, Two, or Four at Charleston Rush Speedway (Up to 52% Off)

Charleston Rush Speedway

North Charleston

$52 $25

Race 12 laps in a junior cart, or 16 laps (2.5 miles) in an adult cart, and gain membership privileges for one year

Flight Aviation Lesson or 30-Minute Helicopter Tour and Photo Safari from Holy City Helicopters (Up to 45% Off)

Holy City Helicopters

North Charleston

$325 $225

Take to the skies for an hour-long lesson in a Robinson R22 helicopter, or sit back for a picturesque cruise above regional landmarks

One or Two Groupons, Each Good for a Painting Class from Wine and Canvas (Up to 50% Off)

Wine and Canvas

Multiple Locations

$35 $19

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Local artists lead painting classes at bars and restaurants, so customers can let out their creative side while enjoying drink specials

Rhythm And Blues is Alright with Temptations Review featuring Dennis Edwards on September 6 (Up to 38% Off)

Rhythm And Blues Is Alright w/ Temptations Review feat. Dennis Edwards

North Charleston Performing Arts Center

$56.20 $35

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The original singer of "Papa Was a Rollin' Stone" and "I Can't Get Next to You" pays tribute to The Temptations

$20 for 30-Class Yoga and Fitness Pass from Yoga & Fitness Passport ($300 Value)

Yoga & Fitness Passport

Multiple Locations

$300 $20

Students can use this 30-class pass at multiple locations to take everything from yoga to Zumba, signing up on an easy online platform

10 Group Fitness Classes or One Month of Unlimited Classes at 4Ever Fit Studio (Up to 52% Off)

4Ever Fit Studio

North Charleston

$60 $29

Passionate, licensed fitness trainer uses her own experience at weight loss to lead people of all fitness levels in entertaining classes

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At CRAFT, both rookie and veteran pilots take to the skies without ever leaving the ground inside the realistic, full-motion Redbird FMX flight simulator. Approved by the FAA as an Advanced Aviation Training Device, the simulator tricks future pilots with wrap-around visuals, an enclosed cockpit, and quick-change configurations. Its electric motion platform pitches, rolls, and yaws like a real airplane, and scenario-based programs let pilots choose different challenges, such as navigating through inclement weather or dodging runaway reindeer. Throughout visits, certified flight instructors offer advice, ensuring experienced pilots can advance their training, and new pilots are properly prepared when they transition to the real thing.

6060 South Aviation Avenue
North Charleston,
SC
US

The Dirty Girl Mud Run—a women-only 5K for all ages and athletic abilities—traverses an obstacle course plotted across mud-soaked terrain. Eschewing the pressure of a traditional 5K, the noncompetitive, un-timed event focuses on camaraderie—women are encouraged to form teams and help each other to the finish line. The course pushes participants to endeavor beyond their comfort zone by tackling hills, puddles, and runaway speed bumps. Music and adult beverages liven the party, and Dirty Girl supports women fighting breast cancer by donating a portion of each entry fee to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.

123 Main Road
Johns Island,
SC
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It was February 17, 1864. The USS Housatonic floated in Charleston Harbor atop calm, cold waters. Below the surface, a group of Confederate soldiers sweated bullets as they cranked the propellers of the H. L. Hunley, speeding toward the Union's Housatonic on a historic mission: they would become the first submarine crew ever to sink an enemy ship. A 135-pound torpedo struck the Housatonic's stern, detonating a fiery explosion that sank the vessel within minutes. The Hunley then surfaced just long enough for the crew to flash a blue magnesium light, signaling to fellow forces on the shore that the mission succeeded and the submarine would return. And it did—but not until almost 140 years later, when it was raised from the harbor's sandy bottom on August 8, 2000, after author Clive Cussler discovered the wreck intact.

Today, the leaders of the nonprofit H. L. Hunley Submarine seek to conserve, restore, and ultimately exhibit this historic vessel, as well as solve the mystery of how it completed its mission only to vanish moments later. They welcome visitors to see the submarine in its current condition—within a 90,000-gallon conservation tank—and educate guests on the vessel's many details. Guides walk guests through features such as the manual-propulsion system and automatic moon roof, and illuminate exhibits such as a lifesize model from the TNT movie The Hunley.

1250 Supply St
North Charleston,
SC
US

In six locations around the Charleston area, King Street Grille rolls out upscale pub fare and a few dozen flat-screen televisions. Full of contemporary versions of traditional bar favorites, the menu unfolds to reveal mac ?n? cheese egg rolls, nine types of grilled, hand-formed burgers, and plates weighed down with comforting entrees, such as pork chops and Chicken Madeira. The bar stocks more than 100 beers and its own line of liquor to wash down meals or offer as gifts to the thirsty actors who reenact big games inside the TV. Throughout the week, the eatery pairs good food with good times by transforming its space into a venue for trivia nights, billiards, and live music.

2150 Northwoods Blvd
North Charleston,
SC
US

Named after the military fortifications that once protected the Carolina coast's precious stores of 9-volts, the Charleston Battery attempts to bring Europe's practiced and precise brand of soccer across the Atlantic, their cleats sharpened by regular exhibitions with teams from the English Premier League. The team has snagged four USL-Pro league titles, performing amid a human mosaic of yellow and black at Blackbaud Stadium, which channels the vibes of British football stadiums with clear sight lines and an English pub, The Three Lions.

1990 Daniel Island Dr
Daniel Island,
SC
US

A double-A minor-league affiliate of the NHL's Boston Bruins, the South Carolina Stingrays compete in the South Division of the ECHL?S Eastern Conference. The team has mastered a swift style of play and pitch-perfect Wayne Gretzky impersonations that have brought three Kelly Cups back to North Charleston Coliseum, where cheering fans turn the stands into a raucous mosaic of red and blue. Spectators can also follow cues from the Stingrays mascot, Cool Ray, to celebrate every slap shot that blazes into the net and every check that rocks the boards.

3300 W Montague Ave, Ste 302B
North Charleston,
SC
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