1550 E. Main St.
Lincolnton, NC 28092
Phone: (704) 732-0011
Fax: (704) 732-0940
The First United Methodist Church is a famed historic church site in the Lincolnton region of North Carolina. Built in 1919, the church house is accurately situated at 201 E. Main Street. It occupies less than one acre of land area and stands stern even today. Designed by architects Carlton, C. W. it is a fine example of the Classical Revival style of architecture. The monumental church building has been listed in the National Register of Historic Places as from December 14, 1994.
The First Presbyterian Church at Lincolnton in North Carolina is precisely located at West Main Street. Erected in 1900s era, the ancient church welcomes diverse people from various ages as well as nature. It imbibes love and faith in Jesus and strives for the spiritual growth of worshipers. It featured on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Hoyle House in Dallas, North Carolina was the home of Pieter Heyl, a German miller. An extraordinary example of German-American architecture, the two floored house was constructed sometime in the mid 1700s. It underwent various alterations over the years as it was passed from generation from generation and today one can see a mix of many architectural styles, with evident Federal and Georgian influences. The property was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1993.
The St. Paul's Church is a beautiful church building established in 1818. Constructed in the Federal style of architecture, the church encompasses an area of 6 acres (2.4 hectares). Being one of the oldest surviving churches in North Carolina, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1971. For mass timings and other information please log on to the church's website.
The largest flying American flag in the world, this 7,410 square foot flag is 65 feet tall, 114 feet wide, and weighs 180 pounds. The flag is visible for 30 miles from its location.
This large park includes a picnic shelter with tables and grills, fitness and nature trails, canoe access, playground equipment, a gazebo, and horseshoe pits.
Features three-eighteen hole miniature golf courses, an arcade and batting cages.
The only family entertainment center in Hickory, this 33,000 square foot facility offers an array of indoor activities for families, groups, and parties including bumper cars, miniature golf, two laser arenas, a restaurant, covered picnic areas, over 100 arcade games, and a prize redemption center.
A little ways outside Charlotte in the city of Huntersville sits Rural Hill, a 265 acre homestead with pastoral views and farm animals to enjoy. The farm has historical significance for the Scots and and Scots-Irish, which makes it a prime location for the annual Scottish Highland Games Festival. This is a beautiful place to escape the city life of Charlotte.
Lake Norman is the largest man-made lake in the Carolinas. It's also one of the best places for outdoor fun and water sports. There are a number of activities to partake in both on land and in water in the Lake Norman area, including miniature golf, fishing and water skiing. And if you prefer a more relaxing day, you can relax on the banks of the river with a picnic.
Located on the 650 acre campus of the Belmont Abbey College, this beautiful church was once the only abbey cathedral in the nation and was first used by American Indians in the area, then later used as a block upon which slaves were sold. The exquisite painted glass windows won a gold prize at the Colombian Exposition in 1893.
Located in the Belmont Abbey Historic District, Belmont Abbey College, is one of the oldest liberal arts college in southeast United States. Located within the college are an academic library with a wonderful collection of rare books, a theater and several intercollegiate athletic facilities. Founded by the Benedictine monks of Belmont Abbey in 1876, the school is affiliated to the Roman Catholic Church and the Order of Saint Benedict. Belmont Abbey College offers undergraduate courses to students of all races, religions and backgrounds.