William (Bill) Mangum is one of the most popular and respected artists in North Carolina. Having established himself as one of the foremost artists in the country, Bill has taken the fundamentals of great composition and technique and repositioned his talent within the medium of acrylic paints on canvas. The Studio is open by appointment…Read more
The gallery features works by numerous artists in a variety of media. Our gallery currently includes 9 local Greensboro artists including Frank Russell, Jerry Cartwright, Earl Austin, Walter Fancourt, Dorothy Sellers, Hollis Gabriel, Jose” Rodriquez, Mitch Mathews, Tracey Marshall, and Phyllis Sharpe.
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
A tribute to Guilford County residents who served in the wars and conflicts of the 20th century and beyond. Text and maps tell the tales of major conflicts. Memorial bricks and benches provide some history of participants. Open daily during park hours. FREE. Located in Country Park off Lawndale Drive.
Visit one of North Carolina’s state-owned farmers markets and shop for local Piedmont fruits, vegetables, flowers, baked goods, jams, honey, crafts and more! Make sure you visit the Garden Center and Restaurant.
Pig Pounder Brewery is named after a beer launched by the Darryl’s restaurant chain in 1988. It is a local microbrewery specializing in producing outstanding authentic UK style beers including types like an Extra Stout Bitter, and English Dark Milk and a classic Milk Stout, for local venues. The brewery also features an interactive tasting…Read more
Traditional and contemporary oils, prints and custom framing.
Pick-your-own & pre-picked strawberries. Fresh local pre-picked produce which includes homegrown tomatoes, corn, melons, beans, collards, cabbage, and squash. Vegetable plants available in April.
Honoring the site of the March 15, 1781 Battle of Guilford Courthouse. Visitors can view informational outdoor exhibits and monuments. Indoor activities include a 30-minute live-action film (shown on the hour); an animated battle map program, and Revolutionary War museum exhibits. Reservations required for large groups.
The Rudd Farm is a fourth generation family farm started in the early 1900’s as a tobacco farm located in Guilford County. In 2000, the family decided to diversify, and planted the first strawberry crop. Green house tomatoes and strawberries come first in the spring; then all types of summer produce including corn, tomatoes, green…Read more