Charlotte has plenty of activities that cost a dime. They curated a list of free and cheap things to do in the city. Here are the best five Banish boredom with these Queen City activities, all priced under $10.
Anne Springs Close Greenway
It’s just 15 miles from Uptown, yet Fort Mill’s Anne Springs Close Greenway feels like a rural escape. While some areas keep in good company with visitors, it’s easy to find a trail offering quiet, uninterrupted time with nature.
Kate’s Skating Rink
Charlotte Motor Speedway isn’t the only place to experience fast left turns on wheels. The three locations of Kate’s Skating rink, for family-friendly fun, showing that no matter how quickly the change comes to the world.
Muse Open Mic
For a few bucks, one can enjoy a night of live music at The Evening Muse in NoDa. Each Monday evening at 7:30, guest performs and, fresh faces are performing all genres of original music.
Charlotte has so many breweries many people are fit. The secret: beer fitness. Work For Your Beers weekly Brewsletter lists cycling groups, yoga classes, run clubs, and boot camps associated with breweries.
This place is at Citywide Estimated Price: $5 for a Half-Hour Pass. People do some cardio scenery and explore the area of the Carolina Thread Trail from Uptown and explore the beautiful Johnson C. Smith campus, meander through Uptown, stop along with a few Rail.