100 Things to Do in Charlotte Before You Die (2nd Edition)
It's hard to believe how much has changed in Charlotte since the first edition of this book. Anyone who has spent time in this city knows that it is growing fast and with good reason. From the ultimate outdoor playground at the U.S. National Whitewater Center to a booming brewery scene, Charlotte is full of fun activities and hot spots. In these pages you'll find easy-to-follow suggestions for family-friendly festivals, cultural stops, top shops, and can't-miss dining destinations alongside insider tips and itineraries.
A Guide to the Weird, Wonderful, and Obscure
Where in Charlotte can you - get up-close with the ''Miracle on the Hudson'' plane? - indulge in conspiracy theories about occult symbols in public murals? - see a giant head sculpture by a notorious Czech artist? - hear a parking garage that sings? - visit the grave of cojoined twin sisters who were the inspiration for a Broadway musical? From delightful surprises to hair-raising theories, in these pages you'll find answers to the questions around town you didn't even know you had.
100 Things To Do In Charlotte Before You Die (1st Edition)
Consider this the vintage edition of the second version. This edition, which was released in 2014, is full of fun stuff to do in Charlotte. But the city has changed dramatically. So, if you're looking for the most up-to-date ideas for how to spend a day—or an evening—in Charlotte, check out the 2nd Edition.
Food Lovers Guide to Charlotte
The Best Restaurants, Markets, and Local Culinary Offerings
When it was published in 2012, this was the ultimate guide to the dining scene in Charlotte. It includes restaurants, markets, specialty food shops, and even farm stands. But in the last decade Charlotte's food scene has been transformed and many spots featured in these pages no longer exist.