The area known as Guilford College/New Garden became the city’s second Heritage Community by the action of City Council on September 2016. The community extends roughly from Bryan Boulevard on the north to West Market Street on the south and from Westridge Road on the east to I-73 on the west. Settled by Quaker farmers…Read more
Located within Barber Park Event Center. The Tribute to Women is the first stand-alone exhibit in North Carolina and one of only a handful of similar exhibits in the country that exclusively honor the contributions and achievements of women. It was created with a donation of the estate of Ruth Wicker, a local resident.
Enjoy up to 2 hours aboard a classy, sassy, brassy, happy, and comfortable local Triad Trolley (with A/C & Heaters) exploring local history, fun facts, landmarks, and stellar small businesses while zig-zagging thru downtown and beyond. Whether you were raised in Greensboro or visiting from afar, or even just passing thru…. it is time well spent…Read more
During America’s period of segregation, the Magnolia House Motel accommodated traveling African Americans who were not allowed to share the same facilities as Caucasians. The property was recognized as a highly recommended place to stay in six editions of The Green Book. The Magnolia House hosted many famous guests over the years including Ray Charles,…Read more