Uptown Charlotte

With a total size of around 3.5 square miles, Uptown Charlotte is home to a variety of entertaining activities. Where some of North Carolina's top tourist destinations are located.

Hendrick Motorsports Museum

This museum provides race fans with a history of Hendrick Motorsports and is conveniently located one mile from the Charlotte Motor Speedway.

Billy Graham Library

Through exhibits and multimedia presentations, visitors may learn about the life of the television pastor inside the Billy Graham Library.

Freedom Park

All ages will enjoy playing on the playground in Freedom Park, which is one of the city's top tourist destinations for its outdoor activities and scenic surroundings.

NASCAR Hall of Fame

Historic race vehicles including the 1952 Hudson Hornet, 1967 Cheval, and Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s 2008 Chevy Impala SS may be seen at the NASCAR Hall of Fame.

The Bank of America Stadium

Bank of America Stadium has not only played host to every Panthers home game since 1996 but also seven playoff games.

Fourth Ward Park

The Fourth Ward Park, which is close to the city Centre, has a variety of fine dining and informal restaurants, exciting music venues, and fantastic shopping options.

Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden

It is located on the shores of Lake Wylie. There is an orchid and tropical plant conservatory there.

Discovery Place Science

This Uptown Charlotte scientific centre offers engaging interactive exhibits, the Carolinas' biggest IMAX screen, the Accenture IMAX Dome Theater, and educational events.

Mint Museum Uptown

The Mint Museum Uptown is an essential element of the Levine Core for the Arts and is situated in Charlotte's rapidly developing city Centre.

Carolinas Aviation Museum

The aircraft museum has displays on the development of aviation technology & history. A large number of aircraft are also on show.