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Whether you're a fan of stock car racing or the performing arts, there's plenty to enjoy in Charlotte. Served by the Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT), North Carolina's largest city is home to the Charlotte Motor Speedway, and the NASCAR Hall of Fame. Standing on the Square at Trade and Tryon, four 25-foot statues symbolize Charlotte's rich heritage in industry and commerce. The Wells Fargo History Museum also tells the story of the city's financial sector and is worth visiting.
Charlotte has a limited rapid transit system, so you'll want a rental car to navigate the Queen City. Interstate 77 runs through the city's center and connects to the I-485 beltway, which leads to suburbs such as Gastonia and Concord. As the largest sports venue in Charlotte, the Bank of America Stadium is conveniently accessible by car. To experience the rich heritage of Uptown Charlotte, study the contemporary paintings at the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art, or enjoy a concert inside Blumenthal Performing Arts Center.
The flight from General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport (BOS) to Charlotte takes a little more than two hours to complete. After landing at Charlotte Douglas International Airport, you can explore a top attraction without leaving the airport's grounds. The Carolinas Aviation Museum at CLT has a large collection of commercial and military aircraft to explore.