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Billy Graham Library

Built on the same property as the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, right off of Billy Graham Parkway in Charlotte, N.C., the Library is organized around the themes of “The Man,” “The Message,” “The Ministry,” and “The Mission” with the message being pre-eminent: the Gospel of Jesus Christ. The ministry is taking that message to the ends of the earth. The Journey of Faith focuses on what God did in the life of a young farm boy who grew up in rural North Carolina, committed his life to Jesus Christ at a local revival and, through God’s grace manifested in him, became what many consider “America’s pastor” and evangelist to the world

Levine Museum of the South

The Levine Museum of the New South, is a history museum located in Charlotte, North Carolina whose exhibits focus on life in the North Carolina Piedmont after the American Civil War. The museum includes temporary and permanent exhibits on a range of Southern-related topics.

Carolina Raptor Center

Carolina Raptor Center has its origins in fixing the results of a negative bird/human interaction. Birds come to our hospital broken and sick because they have been hit by cars, flown into windows, ingested lead or some other poison, shot by hunters, hit electrical lines or gotten tangled in fishing line or barbed wire, among other things. As a conservator of raptors, it is our responsibility to encourage the protection of these animals, to preserve their habitats, and to lessen the impact of human populations on raptors. This will take creative thinking, public education and consensus building that grows out of our mission to conserve raptor populations for future generations.

Carowinds Theme Park

Carowinds is a amusement park, located adjacent to Interstate 77 in Charlotte, North Carolina. The park is located on the state line of the Carolinas, with a portion of the park also located in Fort Mill, South Carolina. The park opened on March 31, 1973, at a cost of $70 million

Local Charlotte Restaurants


“When I prepare a meal, I want the food to speak for itself. I have a pretty conventional way of thinking about a dish, and I don’t want to be so fancy that the true flavors of each ingredient can’t shine through. At Bonterra, we are firm believers in the great farms around us and try to use whatever is fresh and local in our dishes. We love our partnership with local farmers.” – Blake Hartwick, Executive Chef of Bonterra

Upstream SouthPark

Craving fresh, day boat seafood and sushi? Upstream, located in the heart of the bustling South park area at Phillips Place, offers guests an innovative menu created by Executive Chef, Tom Dyrness. With a list of awards, including the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence, The Dirona Award, Zagat and being named one of the “best new restaurants in the country” by Esquire’s John Mariani, Upstream is the place to have a spectacular dining experience whenever dining in Charlotte.

Paco's Tacos SouthPark

From the wood-fired grilled fajitas to the cheese enchiladas with chili con carne, Paco’s menu showcases the freshest quality ingredients. The deliciousness is in our details. Each dish was crafted under the expert guidance of James Beard award-winning Tex-Mex culinary expert and cookbook author, Rob Walsh. Central to the flavor-packed dining experience is the bar, with over 100 tequila varieties, several outstanding wines and a selection of beers from Texas, Mexico and North Carolina.

Midwood Smokehouse

Midwood Smokehouse Barbecue is strongly rooted in the BBQ traditions of both the Carolinas and Texas. Whole hog, beef brisket and other smoked meats

Local Charlotte Wedding Venues

Alexander Homestead

The Historic N.S. Alexander Homestead is an one of a kind ALL-INCLUSIVE wedding and reception venue, located just minutes from the heart of Charlotte, NC. From our incredible 1903 Victorian home, to our breath taking gardens and rustic-elegant BARN receptions, you will be absolutely amazed at all we have to offer.

The Duke Mansion

Built in 1915 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, The Duke Mansion exudes an elegant blend of Southern charm and modern luxury. Located just 2 miles from the city center, the elegant mansion offers an ideal location for weddings, receptions, and other celebrations. With limited availability for only 25 weddings a year, the luxurious villa can accommodate up to 150 wedding guests, with all food and beverages provided by the hotel’s executive chef and culinary team. Guests can stay in the 20 beautifully appointed guest rooms and have full access to the mansion’s first-class amenities.

The Morehead Inn

Located in one of uptown Charlotte’s most picturesque neighborhoods, the Morehead Inn is a historical Dilworth home that offers luxurious accommodations, exceptional amenities, and a beautiful location for special events. The elegant Southern estate boasts a distinct character with exquisite architecture and spectacular gardens, which provide a gracious setting for various gatherings such as weddings, social functions, and family gatherings. Services include first-class catering with private menu tastings, professional wait staff, and wedding portraits by appointment.