Kannapolis, NC

Best public attractions in Kannapolis

Dexter Mcrae

KANNAPOLIS, NC – If you’re planning to visit Kannapolis or are already in Kannapolis and looking for some famous attractions to visit, then these three places might go to your option. Here are three famous attractions that you should go to:

Gem Theatre
Gem Theatre is the oldest single-screen movie theatre that was built in December 1936. This place is recognized as one of the historic places in the city. Gem Theatre is a unique place to watch the movie with 916 seats and a balcony section. This place is a city landmark that has been recognized for many generations. The Gem Theatre still manages to sell their tickets at such a reasonable price too, where visitors can get a large popcorn and a soft drink for under $10. Details about the theatre’s history and further information can be checked on its website.

Kannapolis Farmers MarketLocated at the corner of Vance Ave and Dale Earnhardt Blvd, Kannapolis Farmers Market opens only on Thursday from May through September. Visitors can go to this market from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Kannapolis Farmers Market is a place where local vendors sell their products such as family farm-grown fruits and vegetables, meats, wood crafts, various accessories, and many more. There are over 20 participating local vendors at Kannapolis Farmers Market.

North Carolina Music Hall of FameNorth Carolina Music Hall of Fame is a museum built to honor those who lived their lives for music and left some notable legacies. Located at 600 Dale Earnhardt Blvd, this museum has many exhibits of famous musicians such as Charlie Daniels Band, Nina Simone, Donna Fargo, and many more. This museum opens from Monday to Friday while offering some interactive exhibits with a free charge of admission fee.

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