Greensboro, North Carolina

Old Mill of Guilford

Oak Ridge,NC

The Old Mill of Guilford is a fully operational, formerly water-powered, 18th century grist mill.

This working 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.

The Old Mill of Guilford was founded in North Carolina on Beaver Creek in 1767 to grind grain for the early settlers of what is now Guilford County. Today, the mill continues to produce all-natural, stone-ground, whole grain foods, just as it has for over 240 years.

The Old Mill of Guilford is a popular, scenic tourist attraction and has long been a favorite subject for artists and photographers. So, please make plans to stop by and visit.

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Greensboro History Museum


Explore over 17,000 squarefeet of exhibits and learn about the history and culture of Greensboro, North Carolina.

The museum works to showcase local culture, and the city’s significant role in American history. Exhibits cover historical material from the Battle of Guilford Courthouse in 1781 to the 1960 Greensboro Sit-Ins, the unforgettable events of Sept. 11, 2001, and much more. Twelve galleries feature the award-winning “Voices of a City” exhibition, the Murphy Confederate firearms collection, First Lady Dolley Madison, collection and textile manufacturing. Hands-on interactive and audiovisuals.

The Greensboro History Museum is an American Alliance of Museums-accredited Smithsonian Affiliate and works to collect the city’s diverse history.


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Weatherspoon Art Museum


This local art museum is nationally recognized for its exceptional collection of 6,000 modern and contemporary art works and for its dynamic, thought-provoking exhibitions.

Weatherspoon Art Museum has had the privilege to welcome well-known artists into their collection including Matisse, de Kooning, Calder, Hesse, LeWitt , Sherman, Warhol and many more. Fifteen or more annual exhibitions are held.

The Museum’s educational offerings include docent-led tours; gallery talks, lectures, and panel discussions; film and video series; after-hour social events; and hands-on workshops.

The Weatherspoon’s exhibition calendar offers visitors the opportunity to see and learn directly
from significant examples of modern and contemporary art. The schedule includes work by outstanding artists of national and international reputation; thematic exhibitions on timely aesthetic, cultural, and social issues; small focused exhibitions of emerging artists; selections from the permanent collection; UNCG MFA thesis shows and faculty biennials; and Falk Visiting Artist exhibitions, a collaborative program with the UNCG Department of Art.
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ACC Hall of Champions


“Tradition of Excellence…Then, Now and Always”

The ACC Hall of Champions celebrates past, present and future conference success through the design and use of interactive displays, unique institutional exhibits and multi-purpose program space that showcases the league’s storied history. The Hall features a combination of content that honors the academic and athletic accomplishments featuring interactive displays, unique institutional exhibits and a multi-purpose program showcasing the league’s storied history .

the ACC Hall of Champions features a historical timeline of the ACC’s founding in Greensboro, NC in 1953 through today; individual member school exhibits, life-size ACC school mascot exhibits, a “you call the play” interactive broadcasting booth, ACC Network Video Vault and space to display memorabilia, trophies and historical event photos.

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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 visitors on a journey into American Civil Rights History with vivid photography, artifacts, video reenactments, and interactive galleries.

It was in Woolworth over 50 years ago, four teenage NC A&T State University students, known as the A&T Four, sat down 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.

Explore the story of the civil rights struggle in the United States as part of the International Civil Rights Center & Museum’s permanent galleries, The Battlegrounds. This engaging encounter includes captivating audio/video narratives, pictorial, artifacts, video re-enactments, and interactive components.

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Guilford Courthouse National Military Park


The battle at Guilford Courthouse was the largest, most hotly-contested action of the Revolutionary War’s Southern Campaign. Fought on March 15, 1781 and dedicated in 1918, the Guilford Courthouse National Military Park was established as our nation’s first National Military Park.

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. Rangers also help to bring to life what the battle would have felt like back in 1781.

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Natty Greene’s Brewery


Take a stroll on Elm Street and visit Natty Greene’s, Greensboro’s original downtown 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.

Natty’s food options include traditional pub fare, healthy options, and a kid’s menu to keep the whole family happy. While visiting, enjoy the game on one of their many large TV’s and take home some freshly canned beer or unique “Natty’s” merchandise. The outdoor patio is perfect on a sunny day.

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Pig Pounder Brewery


Two things are true of Pig Pounder Brewery.

Awesome ingredients. Amazing beer.

This craft microbrewery located in the heart of midtown Greensboro is focused on producing outstanding beer. Their 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.

Pig Pounder’s nightly events include trivia, book club, music bingo, karaoke, live music, and pints & properties. Their patio is also a great place to rent out as a venue for an upcoming event.

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Joymongers Brewing Co.


In July 2016, Joymongers Brewing Co rolled up their garage doors and introduced Greensboro to a new brewery focused on a huge and ever changing selection of fresh beers and a commitment to entertaining our community. Never interested in getting big and distributing their beer, over 95% of Joymongers production is served one fresh pint at a time while guests enjoy friends, family, local music, and food trucks in their large taproom and sunny beer gardens.

Joymongers Brewing Company is family owned and operated by Greensboro natives. We are all about small batch brewing, enabling us to always provide patrons with up to 17 of our finely crafted brews.

Bring friends and/or your pup and visit one of their now two taproom locations in Greensboro or Winston Salem.

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Little Brother Brewing


Little Brother is a small, boutique brewery with a unique take.

When visiting, choose from one of the two intimate taprooms located in Greensboro and Graham, NC, as well as a cafe kiosk in LeBauer Park in downtown Greensboro.

Little Brother beers are brewed on site at the downtown GSO taproom using their 4-barrel system, emphasizing experimentation and creative usage of ingredients.

Little Brother loves showcasing hidden talent; whether homebrewer, musician, or local artisan by allowing artists to share their story with the community. With live music every Friday and Saturday nights, check out the events calendar to see upcoming local shows.

They also feature a one-of-a-kind “Homebrewer Spotlight” program to give homebrewers a studio and stage to share homebrewed craft with the community.

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