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7th Street Sta­tion is the last stop on the Blue Line at this time. An ex­ten­sion has al­ready started that will ex­tend over nine miles into NoDa and univer­sity area.

7th Street Mar­ket

Lo­cated mere steps as you exit the Blue Line car, 7th Street Mar­ket is home to nu­mer­ous ven­dors and ar­ti­sans sell­ing ev­ery­thing from bread, wine, cof­fee, soaps, and gifts. It also fea­tures some of the best food in Up­town with restau­rants spe­cial­iz­ing in sushi to pizza. 224 E. Sev­enth St., 704.230.4346

Dis­cov­ery Place

A few blocks away from the sta­tion, Dis­cov­ery Place is a great spot for kids, or for those adults who are chil­dren at heart. Hands on op­por­tu­ni­ties, an IMAX the­ater and re­volv­ing ex­hibits, Dis­cov­ery Place makes learn­ing fun. 301 North Tryon St., 704.372.6261


Let your imag­i­na­tion run wild at Imag­inOn. The col­lab­o­ra­tive ef­fort be­tween the Char­lotte Meck­len­burg Li­brary and Chil­dren’s The­atre of Char­lotte fea­tures two the­atres, a ded­i­cated li­brary for kids 11 and un­der, a teen-only li­brary, a mul­ti­me­dia pro­duc­tion stu­dio, and in­ter­ac­tive ex­hibit space. 300 E 7th St., 704.416.4600

The Cel­lar at Duck­worth’s

With a speakeasy vibe, The Cel­lar is a great spot to grab a de­li­cious craft cock­tail and a bite to eat. This gas­tropub fo­cuses on Amer­i­can cuisine and is known for their steaks and burg­ers. The food is de­li­cious, but the stand­out is the bar. 330 North Tryon St., 980.349.4078

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