Shop for fresh fruits and vegetables directly from your local farmers in a friendly and historic setting. The market provides the best in homegrown vegetables, fruits and produce, as well as fresh-cut herbs and flowers, baked goods, and handmade crafts.
Features picnic shelters, horseshoe pits, lake with piers, pedal boats (seasonal), and three sand volleyball courts. Football and soccer fields can be rented, based on availability. Park has an 11-court tennis facility, walking trails, an exercise course and the Trotter Recreation Center. Fee may be charged for some activities.
Comprised of the Mattye Reed African Heritage Collection, dedicated to the ancestral and contemporary arts of Africa and the Caribbean; and the H. Clinton Taylor Collection, which centers on the work of both emerging and established African American artists. Located in the Dudley Building on the N.C. A&T campus. Call for tour information.
Reconsidered Goods is an organization with a mission to promote the arts and environmental awareness through reuse. They are a Non-Profit Creative Reuse Center Art Education + Art Gallery + Creative Supply Resource. They offer a make and take space, classes and retail space.
The original works of art carried by Ambleside are of various media: oil, watercolor, pastel, graphite, mixed media and a range of print media: etching, lithography, woodcuts, etc. Fine sculpture is also included amongst the gallery offerings. All works are authentic original creations by living artists from the United States, England, Europe and Asia. In…Read more
This community-based public art project is designed to celebrate the unique history of the City of Greensboro and the advancement of the American civil rights movement through the momentous lunch counter sit-ins of 1960. The eight unique coffee cups reflect the simple request and courage of the NCA&T students who sat at the all-white lunch…Read more
The park offers a variety of sports facilities, including three multipurpose fields, Stoner-White Stadium, Lewis Baseball Field; Spencer Love Tennis Center with 13 championship courts; two volleyball/badminton courts and playground areas for children. Fee may be charged for some events.
This working grist 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, pottery, and crafts. Reservations required for large groups. FREE admission.
Sidewalk markers chronicle six chapters in local African American history, ranging from the first fugitive slave on the Underground Railroad to the first African American North Carolina State Supreme Court Justice.
Greensboro’s first international shopping mall with more than 70 retail stores, dining and offices, offers a unique shopping experience. Anchored by Super G mart international grocery store.