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Charlotte for Couples

Whether you’re planning a date night or a longer city escape, Charlotte has plenty to do for two.

Airport Guide: Best Places to Shop, Dine & Relax

With a plethora of shopping and dining options, Charlotte Douglas International Airport makes it easy to make the most of your time between flights.

posted by Lauren Levine Corriher

A Guide to Charlotte’s Outdoor Fun

You don't have to be an extreme person to love all that Charlotte has to offer.

posted by Sallie Funderburk

Neighborhood Explorer: Plaza Midwood

This post is brought to you in partnership with Shea Urban.

posted by Cassie Townsend

10 Family-Friendly Play Dates Around Charlotte

Discover fun family-friendly things to do around the Queen City.

posted by Cassie Townsend

16 Remarkable Wedding Venues in Charlotte

Set the scene for an unforgettable day with an unforgettable venue. Whether you want to marry in a Southern mansion, an art museum or in a garden, we have 16 settings to create the perfect wedding day.

posted by Jen McGivney

The Best of Wheelchair Accessible Charlotte

There is no shortage of wheelchair accessible attractions in Charlotte. From immersing myself into the world of NASCAR to eating delicious food, I had an absolutely perfect weekend in Charlotte.

posted by Cory Lee

Unique Rehearsal Dinner Venues in Charlotte

Rehearsal dinners have grown more distinctive in recent years, chosen not only to offer a good meal, but to showcase the couple’s personalities and tastes.

posted by Jen McGivney

10 Ways to Experience the Queen City

Ten unique things to do on your next adventure in Charlotte.

posted by Beth Castle

5 Ways to Unwind in Uptown Charlotte

Visiting the Queen City for a work trip? Here’s how to make the most of Charlotte’s business district.

posted by Beth Castle

Charlotte’s Best LGBTQ Bars

Ready for a night out? These gay bars are the city's top picks.

posted by Jared Misner

5 Ways to Tap into the LGBTQ+ Community

The Charlotte Pride parade might be canceled but queer-affirming organizations still need your support.

posted by Jared Misner