- TripBuzz found 59 things to do indoors in the Lexington area. From Essick Dempsey Gallery the to The Candy Factory, Lexington offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 67 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 37 different types of things to do inside in or near Lexington, North Carolina. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Winery/Vineyard, Art Gallery, Specialty Museums and Specialty Shops.
- There are 7 indoor activities in Lexington, and 52 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Salisbury, Winston Salem, High Point and Kernersville.
The Essick Dempsey Gallery features the original works from self-taught watercolor artist Dempsey Essick. Events are featured throughout the year as well as tours and a local shop is available to purchase art.
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2 South Main Street, Lexington, NC 27292 MoreLess Info
The Davidson County Historical Museum Old Courthouse on the Square was just rededicated after restorations in September 2014. The area's development from the prehistoric era through the 18th century is displayed in the main exhibit with side displays about the region's agriculture and participation in World War…
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1000 Childress Vineyards Road, Lexington, NC 27295 MoreLess Info
The warm, sophisticated ambiance at Richard Childress' Vineyards tempts clients to return again and again. Visitors enjoy the elegant tasting room, rustic cheeses and sliced breads, haute cuisine-inspired food and excellent, attentive customer service.
Serving Winston-Salem, North Carolina, the Weathervane Winery, located in Lexington, features such red varietals as Cirrus Red and a full-bodied Zinfandel known as Stratosphere. Harvest Moon, a Chardonnay, is a featured white wine.
Originally settled as a farm in 1895, the Junius Lindsay Vineyard now operates as a boutique vineyard and winery. Located in Lexington, North Carolina, the site features a Petite Sirah, Metro Red and Viognier among its offerings.
The United States' first winery owned and operated by members of the First Nations, the Native Vines Winery operates in Lexington, North Carolina. Its quaint, cozy tasting room is a repurposed horse stable and is always open during business hours.
Housed in one of North Carolina's renovated 19th century warehouses is the Rail Walk Gallery. The gallery is home to a selection of art studios and galleries available to tour that showcases a diverse sampling of the local art.