For the first time in three years, Charlotte City Walks are back with a full line-up of free, in-person, community-led tours to introduce Charlotteans to new sides of their city.
City Walks were canceled in 2020 and went virtual-only in 2021 because of the pandemic. This year, we are excited to welcome people from across our community to once again gather and learn about Charlotte's history, neighborhoods and culture.
The walks are open to all, but space is limited. Some virtual walks are still available as well, which means you have more flexibility to experience City Walks on your schedule. Additional self-guided walking tours are also available through historian Tom Hanchett's History South website.
“We’re so excited to bring Charlotte City Walks back in person this year for the first time in three years,” said Angelique Gaines of the UNC Charlotte Urban Institute, which organizes Charlotte City Walks. “Now more than ever, we need ways for people to connect across neighborhoods and across differences. City Walks offer people an easy way to get to know our city and each other.”
Find the full list of Charlotte City Walks, registration and frequently asked questions here: