Group Transportation Services in the Lake Norman and Charlotte Areas
Breweries and Wineries
The Lake Norman area is establishing itself in the craft beer scene. Experience all that there is to offer by taking a group tour to some of our best local wineries and breweries.
Contact us today and we’ll recommend our favorites in the area, and help you plan a trip that is suitable for your budget and expectations.
Culture and History
Looking for some other activities? The Lake Norman area is rich in history, and exploring it will appeal to anyone with an interest in culture.
Here are some of the area’s most notable venues that are definitely worth a visit:
The Levine Museum of the New South is an interactive history museum that documents this through the timeless and award-winning “Cotton Fields to Skyscrapers” exhibit – among others.
The Historic Latta Plantation and Nature Preserve was once a thriving cotton plantation, Latta Plantation is now a living history farm. Experience what life was like in the North Carolina backcountry during the 19th century and visit Latta Nature Preserve for a look at natural beauty in the Carolinas.
A new addition to Center City, the Wells Fargo History Museum houses several artifacts and a real stagecoach that visitors can climb inside. Exhibits on North Carolina’s gold-mining heritage, the beginnings of Wachovia and Wells Fargo history can also be found here.
Sports and Recreation
Our area offers a vast majority of sports and recreation entertainment. Here are some of our favorites:
Experience one of the world’s most unique outdoor adventure attractions at the U.S. National Whitewater Center. Complete with class III-IV rapids, hiking and biking trails, one of the country’s largest climbing surfaces and a 1,100-foot Mega Zip line, the facility draws everyone from Olympic-caliber athletes to nature novices.
Walk, bike or jog along Uptown’s scenic soon to be 19 mile Little Sugar Creek Greenway. Get a taste of Charlotte’s past along with some beautiful weather with the Trail of History series of bronze statues. The first statue pays homage to Captain James Jack, famous for carrying the Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence to the 1775 Continental Congress meeting in Philadelphia.
Giddy up! Take a horseback ride at Latta Plantation Equestrian Center. Guided trail rides and individual and group riding lessons are available here.
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