The Greensboro Children's Museum is a place for children to learn. The museum is divided into several different areas including Our Town, The Market, PizzaPan, The Theater, Plane, Train Depot, and Health Center.
Once a working farm, Cyrus McCormick Farm has been designated a Virginia Historic Landmark. Its expansive and beautiful grounds include a workshop and museum where agricultural artifacts are displayed.
Hobbs Road and Starmount Farms Road, Greensboro, NC
Greensboro's The Bog Garden is an extensive wetland nature conservatory. Its network of elevated pathways make it easy to explore over 7 acres of swampy territory without donning waders or renting a canoe. The Bog Garden is a free attraction.
Important to the Revolutionary War, Alamance Battleground State Historic Site provides various exhibits and programs to aid in public education. The grounds include a frontier house, nature trail, picnic tables and gift shop.
The 7.5-acre Tanger Family Bicentennial Garden contains a series of formal gardens bursting with colorful, fragrant blooms. The Garden is also known for its large collection of bronze statuary. Admission is free.
Hiking Areas, Beaches, National & State Parks, Swimming
Morrow Mountain State Park is a great location for enjoying the outdoors with people of all ages. Popular activities include hiking, horseback riding, canoeing, and boating with the picturesque mountains as a backdrop.
Founded in honor of one of the most important battles of the American Revolutionary War, the Guilford Courthouse National Military Park is a natural oasis nestled in Greensboro, North Carolina. Admission and parking are free. The visitors' center features maps and a short video tour.