A hole-in-the-wall family restaurant Church Street Cafe, a tried-and-true tradition of fast-casual lunch and dinner dining in Greensboro. The What-A-Burger has been the signature sandwich of Church Street for 60 years. You can’t miss the sign.
Chill on Church St.
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Chill on Church Street
Over 10 miles of adventures await on Chuch Street in Greensboro, NC. Seasonal experiences, unique art, delicious bites and so much more.
Children of all ages can enjoy the Greensboro Children’s Museum offer over 20 exhibits where kids can play and learn. Call or book online. Reservations are encouraged.
Address: 220 N Church St.
Downtown Greensboro, NC 27401
Phone: (336) 574.2898
Fall, Winter and Spring fun are at McLaurin Farms. Visit during the Fall in the day were activities are filled with a pumpkin patch, photo opportunities, and hayrides. The Fall in the night gets spooking with Woods of Terror. This award-winning haunt features over 10 immersive scary spaces from movie-themed and haunted houses. It’s a can’t miss adventure. Winter welcomes Christmas at McLaurin Farms, visits Santa, and a synchronized light display hayride. Don’t forget to grab a hot apple cider or hot chocolate. Spring is filled is an annual Easter Egg Hunt for children, visit the Easter Bunny and face painting. Family traditions are found at McLaurin Farm.
Address: 5601 N Church St, Greensboro, NC 27455
Phone: (336) 643-3558
Stroll through seasonal produce and hundreds of different types of flowers and plants at the Garden Valley Farmers Market. This shop offers a huge local produce section to choose from, beautiful pottery to purchase, canned goods to stock up on and so much more to look at, you will easily find yourself wanting to stay for hours. Seasonal items include pumpkins in the fall, Christmas trees in the winter, and tulips in the Spring.
Address: 4204 N Church St, Greensboro, NC 27455
Phone: (336) 226-1499
Kotis Street Art Outdoor Gallery is a privately-owned outdoor gallery and event space dedicated to street art. The gallery offers 16 paint areas with a total of 46 panel canvases of varying sizes. It’s open to artists — local, national and international — who want to create new and evolving pieces of public art for the community to enjoy. Current displays feature local artist Gina Franco, Jenna Rice, JeksNC and Artistraman. With changing displays it is a great place for photos and free to visit.
Address: 1316 Lees Chapel Rd, Greensboro, NC 27455
Skate on at this Roller Rink in Greensboro. It’s an all-skate faculty and unless you are a parent, skates have to be on. This roller rink overs skating under the disco ball and party lights with music from yesteryears to today’s top hits. Skateland USA is fun for all ages.
Address: 3801 N Church St, Greensboro, NC 27405
Phone: (336) 621-5632
Uptown Charlie’s offers a diverse menu including mouth-watering salads, sandwiches, steaks, ribs, seafood, and much more. Catch your games on one of many HDs TV while dining or drinking. Outdoor dining is available with a relaxing patio. The menu offers something for everyone, families are welcome.
Address: 5828 N Church St, Greensboro, NC 27455
Family-owned and operated combination of frozen yogurt and coffee shop. Have a cup of coffee featuring NC based Dilworth coffee. Frozen treats include building your own frozen yogurt sundae with multiple topping options. They also serve baked treats delivered from Spring Garden Bakery.
Address: 5820 N Church St, Greensboro, NC 27455
Phone: (336) 644-7171
Gourmet coffee and a full-service insurance agency are what Cafeagency Coffee House offers. Enjoy gourmet organic coffee and smoothies. With a chill atmosphere, the staff will find the perfect beverage for your needs.
Address: 408 Wendover Ave E, Greensboro, NC 27401
Phone: (336) 299-7447
Built in 2002 The West House Trail meanders through a gorgeous forest, just north of the Lake Jeannette spillway that feeds into Lake Townsend. The end of the trail leads to a historic home site known as the West House, built between 1815 and 1820.
How do you get there: The West House Trail is located on the west side of North Church Street, across the street and north of the southern trailhead of the Crockett Trail. Parking is available along the road, but please use caution.
Bike and Hike on the Reedy Fork Trail. This Natural 3.5 miles featuring up and downs perfect for mountain biking and provides moderate exercise for hiking or running. The natural trail is known for spotting wildlife from deer to turtles. An array of colors are prominent in the autumn season and fresh growth is seen in the spring.
How to get there: The Reedy Fork Trail starts on the eastern side of Lake Brandt Road, approximately 1/3 mile north of the Lake Brandt Marina (just north of the spillway). There is a small gravel parking lot at the trailhead on Lake Brandt Road. The trail travels eastward along the Reedy Fork Creek, ending near the intersection of Plainfield Road and North Church Street.
Connect with nature at Haw River State Park featuring the Haw River, hiking, and biking trails. Adjacent to Church St. Haw River State Park offers a great place for a picnic and exploring the Piedmont natural environment.
Address: 339 Conference Center Dr, Browns Summit, NC 27214
Phone: (336) 342-6163