Go for a scenic ride with the family through Blue Ridge Parkway and have a fun picnic along their camping grounds. You could also opt to spend a weekend at one of their campsites and arrange a hiking tour or a bicycling tour with a group.
Learn about the Wright Brothers' story by going through a gallery of photographic exhibits. Visit the Centennial Pavilion where you can enjoy more exhibits, movies and educational programs that will interest your kids. If your family loves being close to nature, you can go on a mountain climbing trip up the Big Kill Devil Hill to see an absolutely breathtaking view.
This is one of North Carolina's most visited attractions mainly because it offers a lot of fun things to see and do with the family. Feel close to nature as you go fishing, bird watching and rock climbing. Spend quality time with your family and friends as you explore 75 miles of hiking trails that also includes a majestic 404 feet waterfall.
A visit to North Carolina would not be complete without touring the Charlotte Motor Speedway. You can go on the "Feel the Thrill Speedway" tour, which offers racing enthusiasts a closer look at limited access areas on race days. Take your little boys to the Little Luggies tour where they can meet and greet some of the most famous drivers and they can enjoy some games and art activities all related to cars and racing.
This is where your children will have all the fun, adventure and excitement that they crave for. With the Discovery Place's highly interactive exhibits, larger than life IMAX movies and hands-on experiments, an afternoon here will definitely be a time that they will never forget. Some of their most exciting displays include 101 Inventions, Animal Grossology, Fantastic Frogs and the Hubble Space Craft on 3D IMAX.
With the Atlantic Ocean to the east, North Carolina features plenty of shoreline for visitors to enjoy with water activities, sunbathing, or simply relaxing on the beach. The state's long history means that you can find important historic sites from the...