Heritage City TourHeritage City Tour

Friday, July 11 – 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Sunday, July 13 – 11:00 am – 2:00 pm / 12:00 pm -3:00 pm / 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm 

Friday, July 18 – 11:00 am – 2:00 pm

You are about to visit one of America’s most interesting cities rich in Black history and full of incredible accomplishments. As the largest city in the Carolinas, Charlotte offers everything you’d expect from a city with the friendliness of a small town. Sports, museums, nightlife, food, action and the arts, from visual to performing, offers even the most demanding visitor that perfect element of satisfaction. Charlotte is a one-of-kind city that seems to have it all.  Uptown’s Historical, “Old South” Sights Include: 3 old Black neighborhoods (Washington Heights, McCrorey Heights, and Biddleville. Johnson C Smith college campus, a look at the old mill town and its influence on Charlotte. Uptowns “New South” Sights Include: The 60-Story Bank of America Headquarters currently stands as Charlotte’s tallest building. Blumenthal Performing Arts Center is an Uptown center for the performing arts. The South End, Dilworth, Time Warner Arena, home of the new Charlotte Hornets & Bank of America Stadium home of the Carolina Panthers.

Tour includes: Guide and transportation

Tour Time: 3 hours

Minimum: 30 attendees

Cost: $36 per person
(includes a 3.25% cc fee)
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Come Fly with MeCome Fly with Me – Carolina’s Aviation Museum Tour

Monday, July 14 – 11:00 am – 3:00 pm

Friday, July 18 – 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Walking through the Carolinas Aviation Museum, you will learn all about historical aircrafts With their collection of equipment, gadgets, and helicopters there is so much to see. Using interactive displays for visitors of all ages, you can actually climb into the pilot’s sear of their F4 Phantom! Providing military, civil, commercial, and historical aircrafts, you can see so much of our development in the engineering of these machines. Some of the aircrafts include the Savoia Marchetti, the Grumman F-14D Tomcat, the D-558-1 Skystreak, and the CH-46C Sea Knight.

…And don’t miss out on their prized exhibit – US Airways Flight 1549 – which took off from LaGuardia airport for a flight to Charlotte and as a result of multiple bird strikes was forced to land on the Hudson river.

After leaving the museum, you will be taken to the best secret spot in the City to see actual planes that are coming into the Charlotte Douglas Airport.

Tour includes: Escort, admission, and transportation.

Tour Time: 4 hours

Minimum: 30 attendees

Cost: $49 per person
(includes a 3.25% credit card service fee)
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Premium South Park Shopping SpreePremium South Park Shopping Spree

Thursday, July 17 – 9:30 am – 2:30 pm

 (just 30 minutes from uptown)

Shopping in the South Park area is something most Charlotte locals have been doing for years. If you are looking for anything from household items to clothing to interesting conversation pieces, you have come to the right place. Visit Phillips Place and Shops on the Park – You can visit both Phillips Place and Shops on the Park – “A city within the city,” this area is home to the very finest and most elegant of national chains as well as unique local boutiques. You’ll have time to browse to your hearts’ content. By day’s end you will have filled your sights and sacks with distinctive Charlotte treasures – South Park Mall: Indulge yourself in the many shops, restaurants, and salons of the South park Mall. Charlotte’s Premier shopping center offers a complete shopping experience with everything from Home Furnishings to Fashion. With specialty shops like Michael Kors, Neiman Marcus, The Apple store, Kate Spade, Nordstrom, and many more, we’re sure you’ll find something to indulge in while you’re there.

Tour includes: Transportation and escort.

Tour Time: up to 5 hours

Minimum: 30 attendees

Cost: $35 per person
(includes a 3.25% credit card service fee)
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The Billy Graham LibraryThe Billy Graham Library

Friday, July 11 – 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Tuesday, July 15 – 11:00 am – 2:00 pm

The Billy Graham Library is a 40,000 square foot family friendly complex where guests will see the newly constructed library, the Graham Family home place, a bookstore, and café. Visitors will journey through history, from Billy Graham’s humble beginnings on the family dairy farm to beloved worldwide evangelist and one of the most respected men in history. The dairy-barn styled Library is home of state-of-the-art exhibits, multimedia displays, and films, all designated to appeal to casual visitors, spiritual seekers, researchers, historians, and schoolchildren. The library bookstore gives visitors the chance to shop for unique treasures in “Ruth’s Attic,” a boutique named for Graham’s late wife, Ruth. You may also relax on a wooden bench to take in the pastoral scenes Billy Graham enjoyed in his youth.

Tour includes: Transportation and escort. (Donations are welcome!)

Tour Time: 3 hours

Minimum: 30 attendees

Cost: $36 per person
(includes a 3.25% credit card service fee)
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Outlet Shopping SpreeOutlet Shopping Spree

Friday, July 18 – 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

(just 30 minutes from uptown)

North Carolinas #1 Tourist attraction, Concord Mills is home to such outlet retailers as Coach, An Taylor, Bass Proshops, DKNY, Jones New York, Kasper and many, many more.

Trip includes: transportation and escort.

Tour Time: 5 hours

Minimum: 30 attendees

Cost: $35 per person
(includes a 3.25% credit card service fee)
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