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Food and Drink
Tuck into regional dishes influenced by Asia, Latin America, and the American South at this restaurant, which has fresh fish delivered six days a week.
This casual, contemporary wine bar serves up tapas alongside inventive cocktails, craft brews, and tasty wines.
Elm Street Grill
Enjoy classic entrees—with influences from Europe, the American South, and Asia—paired with a selection of more than 54 beers.
Cheesecakes by Alex
In the mood for dessert? Stop by this bakery, which offers a whopping 22 flavors of cheesecake, as well as ice cream and coffee.
Hops Burger Bar
This casual burger joint specializes in certified Angus beef patties, craft brews, and other casual American entrees made with locally grown ingredients.
Pho Hien Voung
Sample southeastern Vietnamese and Thai cuisine at this family-owned restaurant, which specializes in fresh, healthy cooking. (336) 294-5551
Guilford Courthouse National Military Park
Visit this national military park to learn more about the Battle of Guilford Court House, the largest battle in the Revolutionary War’s Southern Campaign.
The Bog Garden at Benjamin Park
Stroll an elevated boardwalk through seven acres of natural wetlands, past waterfalls and lush foliage.
Arts and Culture
Greensboro Aquatic Center
Located on the campus of the Greensboro Coliseum Complex, this aquatic center offers lap swimming, swim lessons, diving competitions, and a community pool.
Greensboro Children’s Museum
Kids will love interacting with 20 permanent, hands-on exhibits inside this children’s museum, including a supermarket, pizzeria, theater, and train depot.
Greensboro Historical Museum
Step back in time at this historic museum, which chronicles the founding of the city and its diverse residents.
Greensboro Science Center
Part-science museum, part-zoo, and part-aquarium, this center is home to penguins, sharks, crocodiles, and farm animals, as well as exhibits on dinosaurs, health, and the human body.
Greensboro Symphony Orchestra
Enjoy a classical music performance from this world-class orchestra.
International Civil Rights Center and Museum
This museum focuses on the peaceful civil rights sit-ins of the early 1960s; the museum is housed on the site of the most well-known lunch counter sit-in, where four young African-American students helped launch an entire movement.