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Senior’s Guide to Charlotte

Charlotte is a growing area brimming with senior-friendly activities. The Queen City has so much to offer its residents and visitors from stunning gardens and art museums to historical buildings and sports arenas. Find ideas for places to visit and activities to do in the city and surrounding communities below in our Senior’s Guide to Charlotte.

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The Greenway

Anne Springs Close Greenway

803-548-7252 • Explore the outdoors on more than 2,100 acres at this Greenway. With 40 trails to choose from, you’ll have plenty of places to go hiking, biking or horseback riding. You can also fish in designated areas with a permit.
Bank of America Stadium

Bank of America Stadium

704-358-7000 • Catch a Panthers game or the annual Belk Bowl at this incredible 75,412-seat football stadium located within center city in Uptown Charlotte.
BB&T Ballpark

BB&T Ballpark

704-274-8300 • Enjoy skyline views when you go out to see the Charlotte Knights play a ballgame at this baseball stadium near Uptown in Charlotte.
Bechtler Museum of Modern Art

Bechtler Museum of Modern Art

704-353-9200 • Engage with stunning works created by famous artisans from the mid 20th century, including Picasso, Warhol and Le Corbusier. A discount is offered for seniors.

Billy Graham Library

704-401-3200 • Journey through the life of the evangelist, Billy Graham, using interactive kiosks and presentations at the Library. Be sure to tour the Graham Family Homeplace and stroll the Memorial Prayer Garden before you leave.
Bojangles Coliseum

Bojangles Coliseum

704-372-3600 • Sit back, relax and watch the Charlotte Checkers play an ice hockey game or see a concert at this huge multi-purpose arena.
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Carolina Raptor Center

704-875-6521 • Walk the Raptor Trail to learn about and see over 30 species of birds, including eagles, hawks, falcons and more at the Carolina Raptor Center in nearby Huntersville. A discount is offered for seniors.
Carolina’s Aviation Museum

Carolina’s Aviation Museum

704-997-3770 • This museum, located on the grounds of the Charlotte-Douglas International Airport, is a Smithsonian affiliate with exhibits featuring commercial aviation, civil aircraft, military aviation and more.

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