Take a Tour of Greensboro Explore Greensboro with a tour. These tours are a couple of hours and require scheduling in advance. They offer a perception of Greensboro that even locals may not know about. Peddle, drink, eat, walk and learn all about the area. The tours are listed in alphabetical order. Click on the…Read more
After almost four years, countless blog and social media posts, it’s time to say goodbye. Let’s take a look at the joy of Greensboro, NC. Exploring Getting to write The Streets of Greensboro Series – checking out the dining on Walker and Elam, Strolling down State Street, and sharing the hidden gems of Spring Garden…Read more
Seafood Destiny Holiday Inn Express and Suites Burger Warfare Grandover Resort Boxcar Arcade + Bar Pho Hien Vuong Restaurant Hilton Garden Inn and SuitesGreensboro Convention and Visitors Bureau is committed to doing our part in preventing the spread of Covid-19 by joining Count on Me NC the program curated by the North Carolina Restaurant and…Read more
Celebrate your special day in Greensboro, NC Planning your upcoming nuptials is no easy task! You have so many things to do, so many decisions to make…the dress, the tuxedo, the ceremony and reception site, the florist, the caterer, and of course, where to reserve hotel rooms for your out-of-town guests! The Greensboro Convention &…Read more
Support great causes in Greensboro when you dine at one of these eight dining experiences, from scholarships to employing those in need each of these restaurants offers more than great food.
Find your Zen at one of GSO’s unique yoga spaces. From Breweries, Goats to Studio space yoga in Greensboro, NC.
Check In. Chill Out. Summer is here. Greensboro has the perfect places to relax. From family vacations to weekend getaways we’ve got great hotels for you to visit and unwind. Nothing screams summer than a chance to take time off and explore an exciting new place. Gear up for time by the pool, cool hotel…Read more
Fresh Air in Greensboro Al Fresco dining is the safest way to enjoy a night out during this Coronavirus Summer. Now that we have entered Phase 2 of NC’s Reopening Plan, more restaurants than ever offer dining areas under the open sky! **Note that at time of publication COVID-19 is still affecting operations of businesses,…Read more
Visit Spring Garden Street Between Market St. to McGee St. in Downtown Greensboro, lays Spring Garden Street. It’s a 10-minute drive and 5 miles long and over 20 dining spots. Plan your day to explore the fun of Spring Garden St. Shop & Play Rich Girls Museum It’s Greensboro’s first Selfie Museum, plus they sell…Read more
Fun for all is on State Street. Check out 16 businesses located on State St. in Greensboro. There is something for everyone, Shop, Dine, Drink, and explore.
**Note: At time of publication COVID-19 is still affecting operations of businesses, please review, and plan ahead as hours can change. *** Spend Time on Tate St. Located beside the UNCG Campus holds a small street full of one-of-a-kind dining and shopping – Tate St. Parking is limited and subject to tows so be prepared…Read more
**Note that at time of publication COVID-19 is still affecting operations of businesses, please review and plan ahead as hours can change.*** We are welcoming to all. Greensboro, NC is rich in flavor, boasting over 20 black owned dining options. Take a bite and check them out. View this post on Instagram A post shared…Read more
Welcome to 2018! We’ve got a lot to be excited for in the 336. Below and pictured above are 8 exciting and upcoming attractions we can’t wait to share with our visitors and residents. Carolina Cobras-Arena Football Carolina Cobras are starting their inaugural season this year. The Cobras will join the Jacksonville (Fla.) Sharks, Columbus…Read more
You’re Welcome in Greensboro NC Covid-19 Information: Dial 2-1-1 or 888-892-1162. Get updates by texting COVIDNC to 898211. For more information on the City of Greensboro COVID-19 response please click here Update 7/1/2021 Update 5/14/2021 Effective immediately, North Carolina has lifted all mandatory capacity, gathering limits, social distancing requirements and easing most mask requirements. Gov.…Read more