Sightseeing in North Carolina


Winery Tour with Tasting and Cheese Plate, or Craft Beer Flight at Morgan Ridge Vineyards (Up to 52% Off)

Morgan Ridge Vineyards
Morgan

Winemakers Tommy and Amie Baudoin welcome guests to newly built winery with views of charming vineyards and tasty cheese plates.

$40 $19

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$18 for a Tour and Winetasting for Two with Take-Home Bottle at Stony Mountain Vineyards ($32 Value)

Stony Mountain Vineyards
East Albemarle

Follow one of the vineyard’s owners around the winery and sample wines

$32 $18

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Membership or Daytime Admission to Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden (Up to 48% Off)

Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden
Belmont

Visitors explore display gardens, orchid conservatory, and elaborate fountains; member benefits include free admission and special events

$45 $25

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Wine Tasting and Vineyard Tour for Two, Four, or Six at Stony Knoll Vineyards (Up to 50% Off)

Stony Knoll Vineyards
Rockford

Winery nestled in the Blue Ridge foothills with a tasting room that overlooks more than 48 acres of crops

$58 $29

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Two or Four Admission Tickets to The Winston Cup Museum (50% Off)

The Winston Cup Museum
Winston Cup Museum

Museum highlights the Winston Cup Series and features rotating exhibits and interactive racing simulators

$16 $8

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Lake Norman or Queen City Tour for One from Queen City Helicopter Corp. (Up to 65% Off)

Queen City Helicopter Corp.
Multiple Locations

Robinson R-44 helicopters whisk passengers skyward as a certified pilot safely oversees the journey

$224 $79

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$119 for One-Year Ownership of Two Vines at Carneros Della Notte ($198 Value)

Own a Napa Vineyard
Carneros Della Notte

Learn how to tend and harvest grapes, access special vineyard events, and make your own wine from grapes that grow on your vines

$198 $119

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Select Local Merchants

  • Hall Family Farm
    At Hall Family Farm in Charlotte, you can shop for great food and beverage items, all of which are available at affordable prices. A classic breakfast option, cereal is always good to have on hand. A box is sure to ease everyone's morning appetite without taking too much time off the clock. When you body needs hydration most, grab some drinks off the shelf. When you're looking for a caffeine fix, Hall Family Farm has the best coffee and tea to get you going. Hall Family Farm offers a range of classic and signature breads, all of which are fresh and baked to perfection. Hall Family Farm makes it easy to quench your thirst by stocking water for whenever you need it. When you're trying to upgrade your cooking, adding flavor is essential. Create supple and tarter flavors by exploring the wonders vinegar and oil can add to your cuisine by shopping for them here. If you're in the need for some protein, this is THE place to go, as they have wonderful and various meats for purchase. Do you meet your recommended calcium intake? If not, pick up some dairy products and put yourself on the path to a healthier lifestyle. Hall Family Farm encourages purchasing canned foods because they offer such convenience. They let you decide what you want to eat when you want it, as the food doesn't spoil quickly. When you don't have time to grab lunch or dinner, these tasty snacks will hold you over until you can take a break. Bring out your Italian side in the kitchen and create a yummy pasta dish with some noodles from Hall Family Farm. When you get that craving for chocolate chip cookies, pick up the ingredients here. Don't wait for things like rice to cook when you don't have to. The great selection of frozen food here helps you speed up the cooking time for any number of different foods. A frozen meal is just what you want when chopping, dicing, sauteing, and slicing isn't in the cards. This store has quite a selection of rich spices and seasonings. Add some produce to your next dinner plate for a delicious meal jam-packed with vitamins and nutrients. Ready, set, fish! For heart-healthy fare, super fresh seafood is readily available. Parking is accessible and not far from the store. Remember when you need groceries in Charlotte, don't go just anywhere, head to Hall Family Farm's premier location.
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    10713 Providence Road West
    Charlotte, NC US
  • Ten Thousand Villages in Raleigh
    All big movements start small, but many would be surprised to learn that Ten Thousand Villages—a nonprofit and retailer with 70 stores nationwide—began out of a car trunk. In 1946, Edna Ruth Byler started the organization out of her car, taking a name from a quote by Mohandas Gandhi, who said, “India is not to be found in its few cities but in the 700,000 villages.” Her willpower and determination allowed her vision to grow into a nonprofit that today supports more than 130 artisan groups in 37 developing countries. These artisans' wares go on sale at the organization's nationwide retail outlets, which brim with items including jewelry, stationery, and home decor. Everything is made using environmentally friendly processes, and every artisan is paid a fair wage. The money earned from sales goes directly to the artisans—who might otherwise be unemployed or underemployed—for financial help with education, food, housing, and healthcare. The organization has risen to such stature that it won the People’s Choice Award for Green Business of the Year in 2005, and has acted as one of the founding members of the World Fair Trade Organization.
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    435 Woodburn Road
    Raleigh, NC US
  • New Bern Segway Tours & Fun Center
    The guides from New Bern Segway Tours & Fun Center showcase their city's best sights. Perched atop segways, they lead groups down scenic streets and to historic locations. They tailor each excursion to their guests. Depending on what groups want to see, they might deliver interesting commentary about the city's history or simply point out the best spots for a photo op.
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    238 Grayson St
    Raleigh, NC US
  • Rioja! A Wine Bar
    At any given time, the Rioja! WineKeeper's handsome wooden casing houses 12 bottles in a temperature-controlled setting. These conditions keep the wines fresh and result in a full-flavored pour. A quick flick of the tap and a crisp white or bold red streams into Riedel crystal, the only glassware used at Rioja! A Wine Bar. Between these sophisticated pouring and storing methods, and the sheer immensity of the full selection—some 800 wines—Rioja!'s dedication to the appreciation of wine is palpable. Their tapas menu was designed with elegant pairings in mind and—much like playing "spin the bottle" at the UN—highlights flavors from around the world. Prosciutto bruschetta, stuffed dates, and a chorizo and manchego plate show off the kitchen's Mediterranean leanings. South African-style jerky, on the other hand, indicates a willingness to infuse an Old World dining tradition with New World recipes. The bartenders also keep a healthy selection of craft beers from brewers such as Bell's, Duck Rabbit, and Founders.
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    1603D Battleground Ave.
    Greensboro, NC US
  • Revolution Gliding Tours
    Established: 2013 Reservations/Appointments: Required Staff Size: 2–10 people Average Duration of Services: 1–2 hours Brands Used: Segway Pro Tip: Wear comfortable shoes. While comfy, flip-flops are not ideal for getting on and off the Segway. Handicap Accessible: Yes Parking: Parking lot Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Fully narrated Segway tours of downtown. Recommended Age Group: Adults
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    301 Brookstown Ave.
    Winston Salem, NC US
  • The Scrap Exchange
    As a child, Ruth Warren learned to value creativity over consumption. Her parents—who grew up during the Great Depression—taught their children to make ornaments from magazines, matchbooks, and bottle caps, paper dolls from catalogs, and even their house from salvaged wood and nails. As an adult, Ruth still celebrates these values as an artist and the marketing coordinator for The Scrap Exchange. The nonprofit company collects materials from more than 250 industries within a 100-mile radius, looking to repurpose everything from foam, paper, zippers, test tubes, fabric, and vintage goods into art and craft supplies. Staffers have aims beyond just reducing waste and promoting environmental awareness: they hope to create a vibrant community. Alongside merchandise, their shop makes room for craft classes, an art gallery, and an artists’ marketplace of items created with discarded materials. Everyone is welcome to work inside a 400-square-foot design center, outfitted with sewing machines, a serger, a die-cut machine, a button-making machine, T-shirt hot press, and more than 300 reference books. The inspirational space earned a feature on Apartment Therapy, as well as Santa's nice list.
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    923 Franklin Street
    Durham, NC US

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