Tours and trans­porta­tion.

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BANK OF AMER­ICA STA­DIUM PUB­LIC TOURS—

Foot­ball fans can take in the Carolina Pan­thers’ home field on this NFL sta­dium tour that ex­plores gen­eral seat­ing, lux­ury suites, press box and me­dia space, vis­it­ing team locker room and the field tun­nel. Ar­rive 20 min­utes be­fore start time: W at 10 am, F at 10:30 am and noon. Tick­ets: $3-5. www. pan­thers.com/sta­dium/tours.html. Bank of Amer­ica Sta­dium Ticket Of­fice,

be­tween the East and South gates, 800 S. Mint St., 704.358.7538. Map 2, D5

C-CHAR­LOTTE TOURS—

Dis­cover Up­town Char­lotte and ven­ture out into beau­ti­ful, tree-lined his­toric neigh­bor­hoods. Tours high­light the area’s rich his­tory and bright fu­ture. Daily twohour van tours run M-F 9:30 am and 1:30 pm, Sa 10 am and 1:30 pm. Fares: $15-28. www.ccha­r­lot­te­tours.com. Cen­ter City, 704.517.6844.

CHAR­LOTTE BREWS CRUISE—

Char­lotte Brews Cruise aims to con­nect res­i­dents and vis­i­tors to the city’s bur­geon­ing craft-beer com­mu­nity. Char­lotte Brews Cruise’s brew­ery tours of­fer guests the op­por­tu­nity to easily visit mul­ti­ple brew­eries, taste plenty of sam­ples, learn the brew­ing process, see be­hind the scenes where the beer is made and talk to the peo­ple who make it. There are a lots of brew­eries to ex­pe­ri­ence such as Olde Meck­len­burg Brew­ery, Sy­camore Brew­ing and many more. Pub­lic tours Sa at 1:30 pm; $49 per per­son. www.brewscruisechar­lotte.com. 704.550.2005.

CHAR­LOTTE LIB­ERTY WALK—

Red gran­ite pavers line the three-quar­ter-mile ur­ban path that is the Char­lotte Lib­erty Walk. Nine­teen sites com­prise a his­tor­i­cal tour of Up­town Char­lotte’s Rev­o­lu­tion­ary War sites via a down­load­able smart­phone App. Sites in­clude the Bat­tle of Char­lotte Mon­u­ment, the Ish­mael Ti­tus Marker, the Queen Char­lotte Statue and oth­ers. www. char­lot­te­lib­er­ty­walk.com. S. Tryon St. and E. Stonewall St. Map 2 D5

CHAR­LOTTE NC TOURS—

Find ev­ery­thing form van, Seg­way (in­clud­ing his­toric up­town tours and mar­kets, mu­seum &parks tours), walk­ing and bike tours, in ad­di­tion to mul­ti­ple themed out­ings, such as the Char­lotte Ghost Tour or the Bikes and Brews Tour, at this all-en­com­pass­ing tour com­pany. Prices and times vary by tour. www. char­lot­tenc­tours.com. 101 S. Tryon St., 704.962.4548. Map 2 E4

COPPERLINE TOURS—

Op­er­ated by a na­tive Carolinian, this tour com­pany will have you off and run­ning see­ing some of the city’s most pop­u­lar sites and ex­plores neigh­bor­hoods like NoDa, My­ers Park and Dil­worth. Nearby Yad­kin Val­ley wine re­gion tours and Bilt­more Es­tate tours in Asheville, NC, also avail­able. www.cop­per­line­tours.com. 704.430.8726.

FEAST FOOD TOURS—

Tour Char­lotte’s eclec­tic neigh­bor­hoods, such as Plaza Mid­wood and South End, as you sam­ple, sip and chat with lo­cal restau­ra­teurs and chefs. Other tours in­clude the Soul of the South Up­town tour, which ex­plores the essence of South­ern cuisine, and the the Lo­cal Fla­vors of His­toric NoDa, which in­cludes plenty of lo­cal craft beer. Pri­vate events and tours avail­able, as well. Prices and times vary by tour. www.feast­food­tours.com. 980.258.9992.

QUEEN CITY TOURS—

Ex­plore more than 75 his­toric sites on the city’s long­est run­ning (and cli­mate-con­trolled) tour. Rides last be­tween 90 min­utes and two-and-a-half hours. www.queenci­ty­tours.com. 704.566.0104.

SOUTH­ERN BREEZES CAR­RIAGES—

See all of beau­ti­ful Cen­ter City from the com­fort of a horse-drawn car­riage. Tour lengths range from 20 to 60 min­utes. Tick­ets: $6-40. www.south­ern­breezes.com. Trade St. and Tryon St., 704.301.5111. Map 2 E4

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