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Charlotte, NC 28211
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Things To Do in Charlotte, NC

Levine Museum of the New South Levine Museum of the New South

The Levine Museum of the New South encourages a hands-on approach to experiencing their facility. Several interactive exhibits and experiences offer visitors a chance to learn about Southern history from the days of the Civil War in a truly memorable and fun way. You can actually try on clothing from the post-Civil War era up to the present day, get up close to various items from that bygone era, or even record your own radio show. Whether you choose just one of these or undertake them all, you'll learn about some of the South's most essential historical moments and have lots of fun doing it.

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Charlotte Checkers Charlotte Checkers

The Charlotte Checkers belong to the Midwestern Division of the Western Conference of the American Hockey League. The sports team is the AHL affiliate of the Carolina Hurricanes of the National Hockey League. Their home games are played at the Time Warner Cable Arena.

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Historic Rosedale Plantation Historic Rosedale Plantation

The Historic Rosedale Plantation offers a peek at an era in history that was marked by several types of strife and unrest. Still, against that backdrop, there were regal structures like this Federal style home that was built in 1815 and even then, it got the attention of the town's populace. When you enter the home, perhaps the fact that it has been so well preserved is its most striking feature. The original French wallpaper that dates back to its original construction still adorns the walls. A rare but interesting look at Southern domestic life is the overall theme of taking a tour of this structure that features attractive gardens and a tranquil pond. Tours are by appointment only and you must allow a two week's notice for your tour to commence.

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