Greensboro. NC 336-294-1800

Furnitureland South

5635 Riverdale Dr.
Jamestown, NC, 27282

Furnitureland South is your one-stop shop for the biggest names in furniture. At over a million square feet, we are the single largest furniture store in the world. Located in Jamestown, NC, we’ve been in business since 1969, and we partner with more than 500 of the world’s finest furniture and accessory manufacturers to offer the highest quality products at unbeatable prices.

Greensboro Grasshoppers

First National Bank Field
408 Bellemeade St.
Greensboro, NC. 27401
Phone: (336) 268-2255

The Greensboro Grasshoppers are a minor league baseball team in Greensboro, North Carolina. They are a Class A team in the South Atlantic League, and have been a farm team for the Miami Marlins since 2003.

High Point Rockers

Truist Point
301 N Elm St.
High Point, NC. 27262
Phone: (336) 888-1000

The High Point Rockers are an American professional baseball team based at Truist Point ballpark in High Point, North Carolina, which is part of the Piedmont Triad region. They are members of the South Division of the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball, a “partner league” of Major League Baseball.

Greensboro Science Center

4301 Lawndale Dr.
Greensboro, NC. 27455

The Greensboro Science Center is an aquarium, museum, and zoo — all in one location, for one price! Located in beautiful Greensboro, North Carolina. It’s the perfect way to spend a day with your family and friends.

Greensboro Visitor’s Bureau

2411 W.Gate City Blvd.
Greensboro, NC. 27403

With a great selection of 135 attractions, the fun never ends in Greensboro! Centrally located in North Carolina’s picturesque heartland, Greensboro is the perfect place to relax and be immersed in entertainment.

High Point Furniture Shopping

Known as the Home Furnishings Capital of the World, visit over 50 retail stores in High Point, NC to find your inspiration!

Design your perfect shopping get-away to furnish your entire home or find the perfect treasure to round out your space.

International Civil Rights Center & Museum

134 South Elm St.
Greensboro, NC. 27401

The International Civil Rights Center & Museum is an archival center, collecting museum and teaching facility devoted  to the international struggle for civil and human rights. The Museum celebrates the nonviolent protests of the 1960 Greensboro sit-ins that served as a catalyst in the civil rights movement.

NC Zoo

4401 Zoo Parkway,
Asheboro, NC. 27205

The North Carolina Zoo is nestled on 2,600 wooded acres centrally located in the heart of North Carolina, just south of Greensboro in Randolph County. With 500 developed acres, it is the world’s largest natural habitat zoo and one of two state-supported zoos,

Old Salem Museums & Gardens

900 Old Salem Rd.
Winston-Salem, NC. 27101

Old Salem Museums & Gardens presents an authentic view of the rich cultural history of early Southern life to diverse audiences – with special emphasis on the Moravians in North Carolina – through the preservation and interpretation of historic objects, buildings, and landscapes.

Richard Petty Museum

309 Branson Mill Rd.
Randleman, NC, 27317

The Petty Museum presents the unparalleled success story of one of the founding families of stock car racing, their drive for engineering excellence, and the technical inventiveness, innovation, and ingenuity that made it all possible.

Replacements, LTD

1089 Knox Rd.
McLeansville, NC. 27301

Replacements, Ltd., based in McLeansville, North Carolina, is the world’s largest retailer of china, crystal, and silver-
ware, including both patterns still available from  anufacturers and discontinued patterns. The company, which
began in 1981, had an  inventory in 2011 of 14 million items from more than 340,000 patterns, with annual sales of $80  million to 10 million customers.

Seagrove Pottery

The Seagrove area is one of the largest communities of potters with the longest continuous history of pottery making in the United States. Today visitors can explore the rural landscape by back roads and visit the potters in their work- shops and studios, to witness the Seagrove potters continuing the tradition of making pots. The area is home to more than 100 potters who offer a full spectrum of pottery and ceramic art. With a diversity of talents, Seagrove has some-thing to offer both the serious collector and the casual buyer. The Seagrove area offers the visitor an opportunity to learn about North Carolina’s ongoing pottery culture..

Wet ‘N Wild Emerald Pointe

3910 South Holden Rd.
Greensboro, NC. 27406

Wet ‘N Wild Emerald Pointe is the Carolina’s favorite waterpark. One of the largest water parks in NC, the waterpark features over 36 water rides and family attractions.

Carolina Theatre

310 S. Greene St. 
Greensboro, NC. 27401 

Welcome to the Carolina Theatre, downtown Greensboro’s original performing arts center! Billed as the Showplace of the Carolinas when she opened in 1927, today the theatre is home to concerts from artists across all genres, classic and independent movies, community theatre and dance, as well as local performances in our third-floor loft theatre, The Crown.

Steven Tanger Center

One Abe Brenner Place 300 North Elm Street
Greensboro, NC. 27401 

Steven Tanger Center for the Performing Arts is a state-of-the-art facility with a seating capacity of approximately 3,000.

The Tanger Center hosts a diverse variety of events including concerts, Guilford College’s Bryan Series, Greensboro Symphony Orchestra performances, comedy shows and all types of family entertainment including Broadway and other live theatrical productions.

Greensboro Children's Museum

220 N Church St. Downtown Greensboro, NC. 27401 

The Greensboro Children’s Museum’s mission is to engage all children and families in hands-on, fun learning experiences which contribute to their growth and development through play, creation, outdoor exploration and STEM experiences.

Greensboro Parks & Recreation

The Greensboro Parks and Recreation Department exists to provide professional and diverse leisure opportunities through inclusive programs, facilities, parks, and open space, ensuring that Greensboro is a desirable place to work, live, and play.