- TripBuzz found 36 things to do with kids in or near Asheboro, North Carolina, including 28 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like High Point, Greensboro, Seagrove and Thomasville.
- From North Carolina Zoo to N.C. Aviation Museum, the Asheboro area offers 62 different types of family activities, including: Aviation Museums, Specialty Museums, Zoos and Movie Theaters.
- Asheboro serves as the home of the state-owned North Carolina Zoo, which is a main attraction in the immediate area. The city itself is located in the Piedmont Plateau region in the center of the state. Since multiple famous stockcar drivers like Dale Earnhardt and Richard Petty have used the city's Caraway Speedway, there is also a museum dedicated to racing.
Home to 1,600 specimens from more than 225 different species, the North Carolina Zoo attracts each year more than 700,000 visitors from across the country. It organizes special events, such as The Bear Necessities and The Boo at the Zoo.
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2109 Pilots View Road, Asheboro, NC 27205 MoreLess Info
The North Carolina Aviation Museum Hall of Fame is a museum that displays the history of aviation in NC. The museum contains memorabilia from WWI to today, a flight simulator, and a plane flown by Orville Wright.
The Mike Strantz designed Tot Hill Farm Golf Club has been rated as one of the hardest courses to play in America. The 6,543-yard course par 72 course has also been voted one of the best courses in America to play.
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1170 US Highway 64 W, Asheboro, NC 27205 MoreLess Info
A motorcycle retailer and museum, the American Classic Motorcycle Co & Msm of Hrly Dvdsn features one of the largest collections of Harley Davidson motorcycles and related items and memorabilia in the United States.
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6925 Pisgah Covered Bridge Road, Seagrove, NC 27205 MoreLess Info
An Asheboro, North Carolina landmark, the Pisgah Covered Bridge spans 54 feet over the western fork of the Little River. The bridge, which is one of the two remaining covered bridges in the state, was built in 1911 for $40.00.