With the holidays underway, there are lots of ways to enjoy the season.
Christmas at the Billy Graham Library
A live nativity scene, horse-drawn carriage rides and decorated buildings make the Billy Graham Library a great place for the whole family to visit. It is free to park and visit, but you can spice up your trip with a Christmas dinner or holiday treats. Find more information here.
Enjoy Christmas lights in the fast lane as you drive around the Charlotte Motor Speedway’s display. Tickets are $25 per car and $50 for each van. The speedway has a drive-in theater with a 6:30 p.m. showing of the following movies:
- Dec. 14 – 17 – “Elf”
- Dec. 18 – 24 – “The Polar Express”
- Dec. 28 – 30 – “Frozen”
You can find directions and information here.
Grab unique gifts at VTG CLT Pop
VTG CLT Pop is a pop-up shop featuring local handmade and vintage items. The shop will be open until Dec. 21 and is located at Church and Third street. This Friday, the pop-up will feature Sycamore Brewing with food trucks, special beers and hot ciders. It’ll be a great spot for unique gifts. You can find more information here.
Panthers take on Green Bay
The Carolina Panthers will battle the Green Bay Packers at the Bank of America Stadium this Sunday. There is a lot of buzz surrounding this matchup since Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers could play his first game in almost two months after being sidelined by a collarbone injury. You can find information about tickets and details on where to watch the game by clicking here.
Drive through Christmas Town
No Christmas season is complete without a drive through McAdenville, NC. Head to Christmas Town to view an entire town just west of Charlotte lit up with holiday spirit. It’s free, and you can find directions here.
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