David and Rachel Caldwell moved to Guilford County in 1765, 43 years before Greensboro’s founding in 1808. David Caldwell served the community as a minister of Buffalo and Alamance Presbyterian churches, as a physician and as a popular political leader. The couple also founded an elite preparatory school for young men. The center, located on…Read more
Features the Summit Environmental Education and Conference Center, accommodating up to 200 day and overnight guests in 400 acres of state park. Home to wetlands of the upper Haw River in a natural ecosystem. Park is on the NC Birding Trail. The Iron Ore Belt Access (6080 N. Church St., Greensboro) is a day-use area…Read more
Tour the Red Oak Brewery! See lagers brewed in the Bavarian style according to the 1516 Reinheitsgebot (Purity Law) the world’s oldest consumer protection law, meaning these real beers contain only Bavarian malted barley, noble hops & lager yeast. These fresh, pure lagers are unfiltered and unpasteurized for a rich, smooth taste. Tours on Friday’s…Read more
The world’s largest retailer of old and new china, crystal, silver and collectibles with more than 12 million pieces of inventory from over 425,000+ patterns.Tour patrons can inquire about patterns and shop the 12,000-sq. ft. showroom and museum. Free tours hourly from 10am-6pm. Tour groups welcome; reservations suggested.
Stay in the greenest hotel in the U.S.! Sustainable practices, custom-designed furnishings, commissioned art and innovative design await you in this 147-room AAA Four Diamond luxury hotel. Built to use 40% less energy and 30% less water than a comparable hotel, the Proximity is the country’s first LEED Platinum certified hotel by the U.S. Green…Read more