Things To Do In Salisbury


Pottery-Painting for Two or Four at Ceramic Arts and Crafts (50% Off)

Ceramic Arts and Crafts

Linwood

Participants paint and decorate a ceramic mug, plate, or dish in a variety of colors during relaxing group sessions for two or four

$32 $16

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Museum Family Pack or a Princess Party for Up to 10 Kids at Spencer Doll and Toy Museum (Up to 54% Off)

Spencer Doll and Toy Museum

Downtown Spencer

Big museum brims with all manner of vintage playthings, model trains, dollhouses & model villages

$30 $15

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18 Holes of Golf with Cart Rental for Two or Four at Crescent Golf Club (Up to 35% Off)

Crescent Golf Club

Crescent Golf Club

In carts, golfers tackle 18 holes that provide a few especially challenging shots

$80 $53

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Wine-Tasting Package for Two or Four with Take-Home Glasses and Cheese at Old Stone Winery (50% Off)

Old Stone Winery

Old Stone Vineyard and Winery

Each session includes one glass of wine per person, one take-home wine glass per person, and a sampling of handcrafted local cheese

$32 $16

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5 or 10 Open Play Passes at Bounce City Salisbury (Up to 52% Off)

Bounce City Salisbury

Salisbury

This 8,000-square-foot indoor playground boasts bounce houses, inflatable obstacle courses, slides, and a separate play area for toddlers

$8.50 $4.20

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The Carolina Taste at First United Methodist Church of Salisbury on Friday, March 6 (Up to 33% Off)

The Carolina Taste

First United Methodist Church of Salisbury

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Savor tastes from the region’s top restaurants, vote for your favorites, and enjoy live music

$15 $10

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Vineyard Outing for Two, Four, or Eight at Cauble Creek Vineyard (Up to 44% Off)

Cauble Creek Vineyard

Cauble Creek Vineyard

Explore the grounds of a 36-acre vineyard during a tour, wine tastings, and wine glasses

$16 $10

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Woodleaf and Pla Mor Lanes each boast 24 avenues of pin-busting entertainment equipped with overhead automated scoring. After lacing up rented footwear ($3/pair), players can squeak shoes against polished floors in the run-up to their attempts at an oft-elusive five-strike Butterball Turkey. An arcade and pro-shop occupy idle hands, and full bar and snack shops (not included with this deal) sate thirsty pin-pulverizers between turns.
1811 Jake Alexander Blvd W
Salisbury,
NC
US
The trendy, eclectic decor at MGLounge offers a stylish environment for groups to unwind with a drink or a quick bite to eat. Green, blue, and red neon lights lend a modern vibe amid some of the space's more casual elements, such as the towering bundles of bamboo stalks and the tables made from halved barrels. While seated at one of the high-topped tables or groupings of black armchairs and love seats, guests can indulge with shareable small plates from a menu that routinely changes, and might feature anything from pulled-pork sliders and mango-habanero wings to gourmet cheese plates and lobster tails with butter sauce. A selection of more than 50 craft beers complements the varied menu. To keep patrons entertained in-between bites and sips, MGLounge also hosts live musical performances.
1024 South Fulton Street
Salisbury,
NC
US
Lovingly tended by proprietors and master winemakers Tommy and Amie Baudoin, the idyllic fields of Morgan Ridge Vineyards yield delicious, fruity batches of handcrafted vino. Six varieties of grapes sprout from the fertile grounds, including classics such as chardonnay and merlot and rarer fruits such as sangiovese and seyval blanc. Within the newly built winery, stout oak barrels house a harvest of 1,500 cases of wine per year, and a tasting room welcomes guests with warm, comfortable hospitality. Regular tours explore the vineyard?s rolling hills and neat rows of plants before retiring to the tasting room, where patrons sample the fruits of the Baudoin's labor by drinking their wines and trying on their work gloves.
486 John Morgan Road
Gold Hill,
NC
US
Kids' feet rarely touch the ground at Bounce City Salisbury. Most of the 8,000-square-foot space has been taken over by inflatable play structures: bounce houses, a challenging obstacle course, and towering slides. Kids 13 and under scamper around in socked feet, testing the laws of gravity in the bouncers and taking turns on the animal-shaped giddy-up rides. Meanwhile, toddlers play in their own separate area, which boasts age-appropriate toys like jumbo blocks and trikes, while grown-ups can relax and read a book or surf the free Wi-Fi as they recline in one of the comfy chairs in the parents' lounge.
120 N Church Street
Salisbury,
NC
US
It would be hard to pick a more fitting site for the North Carolina Transportation Museum. At one time, its web of train tracks and buildings served as the largest servicing facility for Southern Railway Company's steam locomotives. Today, it performs a different service: preserving an authentic slice of locomotive history, with some early planes and cars thrown in for good measure. Size: a 57-acre site covered in diesel train engines, steam train engines, and interactive exhibits devoted to transportation Permanent Mainstay: Graham County Railroad #1925, a steam locomotive from 1925 that was commonly used on logging railroads Crown Jewel: a narrated, 25-minute train ride of the site, during which guests are pulled in passenger cars by an antique diesel engine Eye Catcher: Visits begin at theBarber Junction Visitor Center, which resides in an authentic train depot from 1898 Don't Miss: Some of the non-train relics on display, including a 1929 Model AA Fire Truck and a full-size replica of the Wright Flyer Special Programs: behind-the-scenes tours, the chance to operate a real steam engine, and birthday parties held in a caboose Pro Tip: It takes about three hours to see all the exhibits and ride the train
411 South Salisbury Avenue
Spencer,
NC
US
Not every shot at Crescent Golf Club is created equal. Though the usual requirements of distance, accuracy, and guts are necessary to score well throughout the 18-hole course, a few shots stand out and may even haunt players well after their round is over. On No. 8?a par 3?tee shots must sail over a pond before alighting on a shallow green, leaving little room for error. On the par 4 16th, meanwhile, a tricky approach onto an elevated green can provide some drama as competitors fight to sink shots without resorting to wizardry. If these holes trip players up, a 7-acre driving range rubs shoulders with the course near the clubhouse, providing plenty of opportunity for them to hone their swings in preparation for their next bout with the course. Course at a Glance: * 18-hole, par 72 course * Total length of 6,822 yards from the back tees * Course rating of 73.1 from the back tees * Course slope of 130 from the back tees * Four sets of tees per hole
220 Laurel Valley Way
Salisbury,
NC
US
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