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  • Arts & Museums

    »Painting with a Twist

    Enjoy a glass of wine and the company of friends while expressing your artistic side. You can bring food and drinks while an experienced instructor helps you create your own masterpiece to take home. You can find a theme to fit your taste, such as paint your pet, Van Gogh, or spring time. The studio will provide everything you need to paint, including a blank canvas, apron, and brushes. All you need to focus on is having fun! 

    4724 Sharon Road
    Charlotte, NC 28210

    »Charlotte Nature Museum

    This museum is tailor made to teach kids about the natural world. They'll see live animals, such as baby chicks, owls, and snakes. Take a stroll through the Butterfly Pavilion or the Paw Paw Nature Trail to learn more about local wildlife. Kids can run and play at Fort Wild or Our Big Backyard, or listen and learn during one of several workshops and events organized here.

    1658 Sterling Road
    Charlotte, NC 28209

    »Charlotte Trolley

    What better way to explore the historical facets of the city than by traveling across it in one of the oldest and most-loved modes of transport? Charlotte Trolley Inc. takes you around the area in vintage streetcars ensuring a pleasurable learning experience. Choose from tours best suited to you; you can even arrange to have a private party on one of them! After a tour on this mobile museum, stop at the gift shop and pick up a memoir or two. Check the website for details.

    1507 Camden Road
    Charlotte, NC 28203

    »Maddi's Gallery

    Maddi's Gallery is bright, colorful and filled with interesting knick-knacks. Both locations feature a mosaic collection of folk art, contemporary art and jewelry. Browse through paintings, glass art, handmade jewelry, accessories, kitchen items and more. With textures, colors, shapes and prices to suit all tastes, this store tempts even the stingiest of shoppers to cough up some dough. Call +1 866 462 3347 (Toll Free).

    1530 East Boulevard
    Charlotte, NC 28203

    »McColl Fine Art

    This elegant, understated gallery is one of the best in the region. McColl Fine Art deals in American and European paintings of the 19th and 20th centuries. Covering various categories like impressionism, post-impressionism, landscapes, still-life and more, this prestigious venue showcases works of fantastic quality. This is your chance to view and buy paintings of artists from a host of different schools. Check the website for further information.

    208 East Boulevard
    Charlotte, NC 28203

    »Elder Art Gallery

    The Elder Art Gallery boasts of a great collection of American contemporary art, plus some European art works as well. The gallery also has exclusive rights to represent the works of the two popular artists Leon A. Makielski and Ernest Walker. Apart from the paintings, it also houses beautiful bronze, stone and steel sculptures. And then there is the porcelain and earthenware too.

    1427 South Boulevard, Suite 101
    Charlotte, NC 28203

    »Jerald Melberg Gallery

    Artists from all over the world display their work here, with the exhibitions based on various themes and subjects. From fragile glass sculptures to carefully-developed photographs, art enthusiasts will get it all. A word of warning, though: is you are looking for a Picasso or a DaVinci, you will be in for a disappointment. Prominent contemporary names include Romare Bearden, an American collagist, Wolf Kahn, a landscape painter, and Dale Chihuly, a glass artist. Call for details on the next showing.

    625 South Sharon Amity Road
    Charlotte, NC 28211

    »Mint Museum Uptown

    The Mint Museum Uptown is located in a historic downtown building that was recently renovated to celebrate the rich legacy of Charlotte's artistic tradition. The permanent collection holds a wide range of items made from ceramic, jewelry, glass, fibers, metal, and wood. Their special glass commissions alone make it worth the visit! For those who enjoy an interactive experience, the museum offers many workshops, lectures, artist demonstrations, and travel guides to enhance the trip. Also, it is located within the heart of the business district and nearby many shopping centers and restaurants. Make sure to also take a look at the Mint Museum Randolph, full of fine and contemporary art.

    500 South Tryon Street
    Charlotte, NC 28202

    »The NASCAR Hall of Fame

    The NASCAR Hall of Fame is one of the important and well known venues of Charlotte. Spread across an area of 150,000-square-feet, this completely renovated and refurbished facility boasts ultra modern equipment and sophisticated amenities. As the name suggests, it is dedicated to NASCAR, and is a perfect starting point for all those who are unaware about auto racing. The Hall of Fame has a special exhibition hall that displays artifacts that give you detailed information on car racing. It also has specialized simulator rides and interactive displays that further add to the experience. Apart from that, the on-site venues like Belk High Octane Theater, Great Hall and Legends Room can be hired for private functions.

    400 East Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard
    Charlotte, NC 28202

    »Bechtler Museum of Modern Art

    The Bechtler Museum of Modern Art is a fresh injection of art and culture into the city's nerves. Located in the Uptown district in the heart of downtown Charlotte, the Bechtler is a popular destination for locals and tourists alike. The free audio guide and gallery brochures at the visitor desk and information center keep visitors informed on the modern art lining the walls and hallways. The museum is a fun experience for visitors of all ages, especially since the Bechtler provides children with materials to make their visit to the museum interactive and enjoyable.

    420 South Tryon Street
    Charlotte, NC 28202

    »Mint Museum Randolph

    From 1836 to around 1861 this Federal-style building served as the first branch of the United States Mint. During the Depression it was saved from demolition through a community effort and became North Carolina's first art museum. Now it is one of the major collections of American, European, African, and Asian artwork, along with ceramics, photography, maps and contemporary art. There are daily tours, lectures, art classes, and festivals that invite the public to come and enjoy the exhibitions. With such an extensive collection of over 72,000 items and a building rich in history, this museum is a must-see for any art lover! Also be sure to check out the Mint Museum Uptown, located in nearby Uptown.

    2730 Randolph Road
    Charlotte, NC 28207

    »Carolinas Aviation Museum

    Come by this aviation museum, located at the Airport, to check out civil and military aircraft. Take a look at the military airplanes featured here, including a Grumman F-14D Super TomCat, which served in Iraq, and a Grumman OVD-1D Mohawk. See the civilian craft like the Piedmont Airlines Douglas DC-3. Restoration work on aircraft takes place on Tuesdays and Thursdays, so schedule a visit to see the whole process. For further information on the exhibits, volunteer opportunities and history of the planes, check the website.

    4108 Airport Drive
    Charlotte, NC 28208
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