North Carolina Tourist Attractions |5 Popular Nc Attractions

North Carolina Tourist Attractions |5 Popular Nc Attractions

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3 Popular Attractions In North Carolina

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  • Biltmore Estate: 8000-acre estate in Asheville, North Carolina.|
  • Blue Ridge Parkway: Scenic drive that goes through Virginia, North Carolina, and Tennessee.|
  • Cape Hatteras: Cape on the eastern coast of North Carolina.|
  • Carowinds: Amusement park in Charlotte, North Carolina.|
  • Charlotte Motor Speedway: Car racing track in Concord, North Carolina.|
  • Clingmans Dome: Mountain in the Great Smoky Mountains of North Carolina.|
  • Discovery Place: Science museum in Charlotte, North Carolina.|
  • DPAC, Durham Performing Arts Center: Theater in Durham, North Carolina.|
  • Outer Banks: Barrier islands off the coast of North Carolina.|
  • Grandfather Mountain: Mountain and state park near Linville, North Carolina.|
  • Great Smoky Mountains National Park: National park on the border of North Carolina and Tennessee.|
  • NASCAR Hall of Fame: Museum in Charlotte, North Carolina.|
  • North Carolina Museum of Art: Art museum in Raleigh, North Carolina.|
  • North Carolina Zoo: Zoo in Asheboro, North Carolina.|
  • Pisgah National Forest: National forest in Nebo, North Carolina.|
  • Sliding Rock: Waterfall in Nebo, North Carolina.|
  • Tweetsie Railroad: Theme park in Blowing Rock, North Carolina.{
  • North Carolina Facts:

    • The Charlotte metropolitan area is the largest in the United States that doesn’t have a zoo. However, if you’re in town and feel like a road trip, the North Carolina Zoological Park in Asheboro—which one of America’s largest chimpanzee troops calls home—is only 75 miles away.
    • Today, Charlotte remains an economic hot spot. Behind New York City, it’s now the country’s second-largest banking center. Bank of America is headquartered here, as are Wells Fargo’s East Coast operations. This reality has given rise to yet another nickname: Banktown.
    • For many Charlotteans, transportation got a lot easier when the LYNX Blue Line began operations in 2007. As of this writing, no other light rail system in America sends its trains directly through a convention center.
    • Charlotte is home to the corporate headquarters of Bank of America and the east coast operations of Wells Fargo. This makes it the second-largest banking center in the United States.
    • The city’s modern-day banking industry achieved prominence in the 1970s and 1980s.
    • Charlotte, North Carolina's largest city and the seat of Mecklenburg County, is located in the southern part of the state near the South Carolina border. It was named for King George III of England's wife, Charlotte Sophia of Mecklenburg-Strelitz.
    • High Point is known as the Furniture Capital of the World.
    • The town of Wendell town was named for the American writer, Oliver Wendell Holmes.
    Greensboro, North Carolina
    Collage of photos of Greensboro. Clockwise from top left: Statue of Nathanael Greene, Greensboro skyline, Blandwood Mansion, Foust Building at UNCG, historic home in College Hill, Lincoln Financial Tower on Elm Street

    Collage of photos of Greensboro. Clockwise from top left: Statue of Nathanael Greene, Greensboro skyline, Blandwood Mansion, Foust Building at UNCG, historic home in College Hill, Lincoln Financial Tower on Elm Street
    Flag of Greensboro, North Carolina

    Official seal of Greensboro, North Carolina

    Nicknames:

    The Gate City, The GSO, The Boro,
    Tournament Town
    Location in Guilford County and the state of North Carolina

    Location in Guilford County and the state of North Carolina
    Greensboro, North Carolina is located in the United States

    Greensboro, North Carolina
    Greensboro, North Carolina
    Location in the contiguous United States
    Coordinates:

    36°4′48″N 79°49′10″W / 36.08000°N 79.81944°W / 36.08000; -79.81944Coordinates: 36°4′48″N 79°49′10″W / 36.08000°N 79.81944°W / 36.08000; -79.81944[1] Country United States State North Carolina County Guilford Established 1808 Named for Major General Nathanael Greene Government

    •Type City council •Body Greensboro City CouncilMayor Nancy B. Vaughan (D) •City Manager Taiwo Jaiyeoba Area

    City 134.30sqmi (347.84km2) •Land 129.07sqmi (334.29km2) •Water 5.23sqmi (13.55km2) Elevation

    897ft (272m) Population

    City 299,035 •Rank 3rd in North Carolina
    69th in United States •Density 2,200/sqmi (860/km2) •Urban

    311,810 (US: 120th) •MSA[citation needed]

    776,566 •CSA[citation needed]

    1,699,123 Time zone UTC−5 (EST) •Summer (DST) UTC−4 (EDT) ZIP code
    27401, 27402, 27403, 27404, 27405, 27406, 27407, 27408, 27409, 27410, 27411, 27412, 27413, 27415, 27420, 27412, 27429, 27435, 27438, 27455, 27495, 27497, 27498, 27499
    Area code 336, 743 FIPS code 37-28000[1] GNIS feature ID 1020557[1] Primary Airport Piedmont Triad International Airport Interstates I-40.svg I-85.svg I-73.svg Public Transit Greensboro Transit Authority
    Piedmont Area Regional Transportation Website www.greensboro-nc.gov

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    💜Disclaimer: The topic discussed in this video is based from my personal opinion and personal experiences. Everyone’s opinion and experience may vary.

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    •U.S National White Water Center : http://usnwc.org
    •North Carolina Zoo: https://www.nczoo.org
    •Rich Girls Museum: https://richgirlsmuseum.com
    •Tiger World: https://tigerworld.us
    •Crowders Mountain:https://www.ncparks.gov/. crowders-mountain-state-park/home

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    15 thoughts on “North Carolina Tourist Attractions |5 Popular Nc Attractions

    1. Hey Queen! Loving the look and the video! Love this list. I definitely have to come and experience these! Thanks for the links! 👌🏾👌🏾👌🏾

    2. I’m hoping this is the year I can travel again! I would love to NC on my list of places to travel ✈️ ❤️ ooo, that rich girls museum looks so cool!

    3. I love these types of videos you post! Short, sweet, to the point! Definitely will be coming back if I ever visit all these amazing places you mention on your channel 🙂

    4. All of these places are so cute!!!!! The museums and Zoo are up my alley thanks for sharing!!!!

    5. I heard about the Rich Girls Museum today for the first time, that’s crazy because I’m from North Carolina 😆🤦🏾‍♀️

    6. Hey Queen! Since you seem to have lived in a lot of different places, I'm curious what is your favorite city you have lived?

    7. First of all it’s hard to concentrate on the video because you look stunning 😍 ❤️ hair and makeup you did that ❣️👏🏾 when I go to NC my best friend better take me to that Rich girl museum! Great video

    8. You always killin’ a Red Lip Boo 😍😍💄. Ooo.. I’m a water baby so the US White Water Center is right up my alley. I never heard of the Rich Girl Museum. This is so creative. Great suggestion boo!!

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