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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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Harvey Gantt Center

Harvey B. Gantt Center

704-374-1565 • Listen to a lecture or take in the culture and history of African-Americans and African descendants as you admire galleries filled with pieces created by prominent artisans. A discount is offered for seniors.
Historic Rosedale Plantation

Historic Rosedale Plantation

704-335-0325 • Drop in and go on a guided tour around the 200-year-old Historic Rosedale Plantation. A discount is offered for seniors. **The house tour includes multiple levels of stairs.
Levine Museum

Levine Museum of the New South

704-333-1887 • This museum showcases a comprehensive post-Civil War history of southern society from 1865 to the current decade. A discount is offered for seniors.
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Little Sugar Creek Greenway

980-314-1002 • Currently under construction, the future 19-mile long paved Little Sugar Creek Greenway is a perfect destination in Charlotte for outdoor recreation, such as walking, running, biking and leisure.
McDowell Nature Center and Preserve

McDowell Nature Center and Preserve

704-588-5224 • Enter the McDowell Nature Center to learn about the flora and fauna spread throughout the preserve before seeing “nature in action” at the National Wildlife Federation Certified Backyard Habitat Garden.
Rose Garden Path

McGill Rose Garden

704-333-6497 • Stroll down meandering trails though this industrial coal yard turned gorgeous rose garden. Savor the beauty and scents of over a thousand rose bushes as you walk along its paths.
Mint Museum RANDOLPH

Mint Museum RANDOLPH

704-337-2000 • The historic Mint Museum on Randolph Road highlights pieces from the ancient Americas, European and African collections along with ceramics and decorative arts. A discount is offered for seniors.
The Mint Museum

Mint Museum UPTOWN

704-337-2000 •  Attend a lecture or wander through exhibitions in the Mint Museum's Uptown location. Admire American, Modern & Contemporary Art and Craft + Design Collections. A discount is offered for seniors.

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