Charlotte North is a part of the city of Charlotte, the largest city and county seat of the Mecklenburg County, in North Carolina. As part of a great city and a large metropolitan area, Charlotte North is situated, geographically speaking, in the middle of the distance between the Atlantic Ocean and the Appalachian Mountains. The entire city, not just Charlotte North, has been named the "Queen City", in honor of Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Sterlitz, the wife of King George III.
Top Attractions within Charlotte North
The Evening Muse, located in Charlotte North, in the very famous NoDa Arts District, is a venue dedicated to the performing and visual arts. The small hall offers great musical shows and an art gallery, since 2001. The art gallery usually houses works done by local artists in Charlotte North, in the idea of popularizing the amazing values and creations done here. In order to attend one of the live musical performances, people are required to book seats in advance.
The Neighborhood Theater is also to be found in the NoDa Arts District of Charlotte North. Performances go through all the ranges and genres of theatrical plays and are produced by local theater organizations. All the shows are modern and focus on giving people a current mean of enjoying plays.
The Pura Vida Worldly Art Gallery is another cultural facility in Charlotte North. This particular one is focused on promoting all sorts of international artistic development. It is a great place to visit if you are interested in world wide culture, but do not have the possibility to travel to all the original locations. The art gallery has a modern way of presenting itself to the public, by housing exhibitions and collections on which people can ponder and are encouraged to debate and discuss.
Highland Park is located in Charlotte North and it is one of the best locations to spend time outside. People come here to enjoy outdoor activities and playing sports, mostly during the weekend. Picnic and barbecue areas are to be found in the designated spots of the park.