Rising over 1,600’ in Gaston County sits a beautiful mountain offering plenty of outdoor activities. Hop on a hiking trail, fish or canoe on a scenic lake, and discover plenty of stunning vistas. For a more extreme adventure, go rock climbing or camping inside this state park. Whatever suits your interest, Crowders Mountain is worthy of your time spent among a beautiful piece of preserved land. [Read more…]
With so much of our day spent following a routine and using some sort of technology, unstructured time outside can provide some balance. A family camping trip where you can breath in the fresh air, spy on some wildlife, and sleep under a starry sky is a perfect opportunity to enjoy the simplicity of nature while giving your family a great bonding experience. Immerse yourself and your family in the whole camping experience for a relaxing and fun adventure that you can find not too far from home. [Read more…]
In Uptown Charlotte, families can get creative at Mint Museum Uptown on Sunday Fun Days. The museum opens its doors to encourage families to participate in family-friendly art projects, view artist demos, and join in a kid-friendly yoga session. So load up the kids and head uptown for an entertaining day filled with creativity while opening your child’s eyes to how much fun going to a museum can be. [Read more…]
The world’s most visited exhibition, Body Worlds is back at Discovery Place with an incredible new presentation: Body Worlds & the Cycle of Life. The original Body Worlds made its Discovery Place debut in 2007, shattering attendance records. Over 40 million people in more than 90 cities in America, Europe, Asia, and Africa have seen it.
SEA LIFE Aquarium at Concord Mills has re-launched its Octopus Enrichment Program. Here visitors can learn about the life of Giant Pacific Octopus and watch the aquarist team engage the resident octopus through several stimulating games. A team member hides food in Mega Blocks, and then children watch an octopus break apart the blocks to get food. An octopus can develop the mental capacity of a five-year-old and these puzzle-solving activities stimulate their intelligence.