Greensboro, North Carolina

Old Mill of Guilford

Oak Ridge,NC

This working grist mill and country store with the sights and smells of another era is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and offers a gift shop with a variety of stone-ground meals, grits, flour, mixes (pancake, muffins, etc), pottery and crafts.

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Greensboro History Museum


The museum shares local culture and the city’s significant role in American history, from the Battle of Guilford Courthouse in 1781 to the 1960 Greensboro Sit-Ins, the unforgett able events of Sept. 11, 2001 and much more. Twelve galleries feature the award-winning “Voices of a City” exhibition, the Murphy Confederate fi rearms collecti on, First Lady Dolley Madison, collection and textile manufacturing. Hands-on interacti ve and audiovisuals.

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Weatherspoon Art Museum


Nationally recognized for its exceptional collection of 6,000 modern and contemporary art works and for its dynamic, thought-provoking exhibitions. Well-known artists in the collection include Matisse, de Kooning, Calder, Hesse, LeWitt , Sherman, Warhol and many more. Fifteen or more annual exhibitions are held.

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ACC Hall of Champions


The ACC Hall of Champions features interactive displays, unique institutional exhibits and a multi-purpose program showcasing the league’s storied history. Located at the Greensboro Coliseum Complex, the ACC Hall of Champions amazes and delights guests with a unique, multi-media display of conference highlights, individual member school exhibits, and life-size ACC school mascot exhibits.

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International Civil Rights Center and Museum


Located in the former F.W. Woolworth retail store at 134 S. Elm St., this must-see vital piece of history takes you on a journey into American Civil Rights History with vivid photography, artifacts, video reenactments, and interactive galleries. It was here that over 50 years ago, four teenage NC A&T State University students, known as the A&T Four, sat down here at the “Whites Only” lunch counter and began America’s sit-in movement that sparked a nationwide push for equality and justice for all. Today the ICRCM stands as a monument of courage and change.

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Guilford Courthouse National Military Park


Honoring the site of the March 15, 1781 Battle of Guilford Courthouse. Visitors can view informational outdoor exhibits and monuments. Indoor activities include a 30-minute live-action film (shown on the hour), an animated battle map program, and Revolutionary War museum exhibits.

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Natty Greene’s Brewery


Named after Revolutionary War Gen. Nathanael Greene, Greensboro’s namesake, Natty Greene’s has been brewing sessionable style ales since 2004. Their downtown brewpub is the perfect place to grab a bite to eat and enjoy one of their 12 hand-crafted brews on tap daily.

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Pig Pounder Brewery


A local brewery focused on producing outstanding beer. Styles range from dark stouts to bright IPAs and dozens in between including classic styles and crazy innovations. With a welcoming tasting room, shaded patio, unique gaming pavilion and bar, Pig Pounder Brewery is an interactive and dynamic part of the growing Greensboro beer ecosystem.

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Leveneleven Brewing


Levenelven is Greensboro’s newest craft brewery started by two nationally celebrated, award-winning brewers. For them it’s all about the beer, really good beer. This 3-barrel nanobrewery offers a variety of brews from porters to IPAs to Belgiums and so much more. Vist the taproom for live music, community meetings or just a place to relax with friends.

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Owned and operated by Greensboro natives, it is all about small batch brewing, enabling them to always provide up to 17 of their finely crafted brews. They only want to provide the community with the freshest, most interesting variety of beers every day. They are the neighborhood gathering spot with food trucks and live music weekly. So, come as you are, bring your dog and kick back with them as they begin their own 500 year journey!

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