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Valentine of Terror: Two or Four Fast Pass Admissions to Valentine of Terror February 12-14, 2016 (Up to 53% Off)

Two or Four Fast Pass Admissions to Valentine of Terror February 12-14, 2016 (Up to 53% Off)

Valentine of Terror

Center Grove

A special scary Valentine’s Day haunted house event at The Woods of Terror

$116 $55

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Morgan Ridge Vineyards: Winery Tour with Tasting for Two or Craft Beer Tasting for Two at Morgan Ridge Vineyards (Up to 52% Off)

Winery Tour with Tasting for Two or Craft Beer Tasting for Two 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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Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden: Membership or Daytime Admission to Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden (Up to 48% Off)

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

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.

$26 $14

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

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

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

$29 $15

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Own a Napa Vineyard: $119 for One-Year Ownership of Two Vines at Carneros Della Notte ($198 Value)

$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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  • Levine Museum of the New South
    The interactive, engaging exhibits at the Levine Museum of the New South trace the history of Charlotte and the Carolina Piedmont from 1865 (when the Civil War ended) to today. The exhibits share the diverse stories of those who have shaped the region and those who continue to reinvent it. Visitors leave with a deep understanding of the profound changes the South has experienced. Central Exhibit: The museum pivots on its main attraction, an 8,000-square-foot exhibit called Cotton Fields to Skyscrapers. It boasts interactive, immersive environments where visitors explore more than 1,000 artifacts, images, and video clips to learn how the South has changed from the end of the Civil War until today. Through the Eyes of History: In the main exhibit, visitors can sit at a Civil Rights–era lunch counter while they listen to stories told by leaders of sit-ins. Hands-On Features: Visitors can plunge their hands into seed cotton and play checkers out front of an old mill house. They can also don clothes in an early Belk department store and expand and rearrange the museum's collection of images via touch-screen photo album. Temporary Exhibits: Upstairs galleries feature traveling and temporary museum-created exhibits ranging from Civil Rights photography to LGBTQ history. From the Press: According to the New York Times, "the achievement of the Levine Museum of the New South . . . should not be underestimated. . . . There is an appealing integrity in the way the museum takes on its subjects." 2015 Charlotte Magazine Best of the Best Winner: "With every exhibit, Levine Museum of the New South reminds us of our past while illuminating today's voices."
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    200 East 7th Street
    Charlotte, NC US
  • Level Up Kitchen and Barcadium
    At Level Up Kitchen and Barcadium, Ms. Pac-Man isn't the only hungry creature. And while there aren't a lot of cherries on the menu to gobble up (and very few ghosts chasing patrons around), there are plenty of game-themed appetizers and entrees. Known here as "Game Starters," appetizers include Duck Hunt poutine and Cheezy Crater Taters (tater tots topped with parmesan cheese with romesco dipping sauce). Entrees, aka "Game Overs," include the Mario Meatball sandwich and the spicy Hadouken burger, which channels Ryu's fireballs with chilies, peppers, and slices of onion. Meanwhile, at the bar, every cocktail comes with a Legend of Zelda reference; try the Dark Link, which turns Makers Mark bourbon evil (and even more delicious) with an infusion of blackberry thyme syrup. The number of games is equally impressive. This isn't a bar with a broken-down pinball machine shoved off in a dusty corner. Instead, classic arcade and pinball games share equal space with the restaurant. Currently, Donkey Kong, Galaga, and NBA Jam number among the cabinets, with many more classics making their way to the floor in the coming months. Games go down in a space decorated with exposed brick and reclaimed wood. There are even a few chairs shaped like hands strewn about, memorials to players whose thumbs cramped up in the middle of important Frogger tourneys.
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    126 South Salisbury Street
    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
  • Weatherspoon Art Museum
    Admission is always free to the Weatherspoon Art Museum's collection of nearly 6,000 works from primarily post-WWII American artists. With today's deal, both the individual and dual/family memberships entitle you to reciprocal admission to partnering museums, 10% off most gift-shop merchandise, free or discounted admission to special events, and more. Click here to see a complete list of membership benefits.
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    500 Tate Street
    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
  • Christal Cerrone GLASS DESIGNS
    While working as an art teacher at a public school in St. Louis, Glass Class's owner, Christal Cerrone, began her journey into the world of glass by repairing the stained-glass windows of local theaters and historic buildings. A move to San Francisco presented Christal with the opportunity to further hone her skills, and she began to create stained-glass windows for homes, memorials, and tricked-out family station wagons. Twenty-three years later, with work featured on HGTV's That's Clever!, the art educator in Christal still shines through as she teaches kids and adults to make their own masterpieces with materials including dichroic glass and metals. The custom creations that emerge from Christal's studio can be both decorative and functional. Classes include all required materials for possible projects, such as necklaces, lamps, or life-size replicas of the Louvre pyramid. In addition to classes, a lineup of camps for kids aged 9 and older help youngsters to master diamond tools and work with glass.
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    41 Wilhelm Dr.
    Durham, NC US

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