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Explore Greensboro’s Uniqueness

Map of Greensboro

From the food to the history

You’ll fall in love with this city after just a few hours of exploring. Whether you’re going elsewhere or wanting to try out a new spin on a waffle, you’ll make many memories in this city.

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  1. Go Elsewhere

    The International Civil Rights Center and Museum is dedicated to the struggle of the civil rights era and an ode to the Greensboro Four’s contribution. In 1960, there were a series of nonviolent protests and sit-ins that served as a catalyst for the civil rights movement. The sit-ins happened at the former lunch counter of F.W. Woolworth’s, that is now the same building as the center. The historic site is a city and country favorite and you can’t beat the experiences you’ll have once you’re there.

    Address: 134 S Elm St, Greensboro, NC 27401

    Saying you’re going “elsewhere” has a special meaning when visiting Greensboro, NC, Elsewhere is an actual place! Elsewhere is former thrift store turned quirky museum featuring eclectic objects and artworks. The 3-floor museum houses one woman’s 58-year collection. When you’re in town, check out the events calendar to see what will be happening when decided to go Elsewhere. 

    Address: 606 S Elm St, Greensboro, NC 27406

     
     
    Cone Denim Entertainment Center is the place to catch all the tours of the best bands and artists that hold local and national fame. Check the calendar for their list of upcoming shows, and if there aren’t any that fit your interests then check out the in-house lounge, Indigo Lounge for a drink.

    Address: 117 S Elm St, Greensboro, NC 27401

  2. Famous Waffles and Brews

    The "almost famous" chicken and waffles at Dame's Chicken and Waffles may not be the originator of chicken and waffles, but they have so many different spins on the classics dish that you will be close to giving them the crown after taking a taste of their menu selections. They have perfected chicken and waffles and have a ton of variations of on both the chicken and waffle, not to mention the additional topper to ensure they’re dishes are one-of-a-kind. They like to call those toppers “shmears.” Shmears are flavored butters so good this place promises you’ll forget about the syrup. Shmear flavors come in strawberry-crème, chocolate-hazelnut, maple-pecan, and vanilla-almond just to name a few.

     Address: 117 S Elm St, Greensboro, NC 27401

    Natty Green’s Pub & Brewery
    is Greensboro’s namesake and THE brewery to visit while in town. Their mission is simply to provide good beer and southern hospitality to good people, and they’ve been doing a great job at it for over 15 years. You can visit the brewery and learn about their beer making process or hit the brewpub and taste their bites.

    Address: 345 S Elm St, Greensboro, NC 27401

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