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Rain or shine, there’s plenty to see and do in Greensboro! See a show at Greensboro Coliseum, North Carolina’s premier entertainment and sports venue, visit the International Civil Rights Museum, or learn about the American Revolutionary War at the Guilford Courthouse National Military Park.... more
Discover American history at a variety of local sites: historic old Salem, Greensboro Historical Museum, Greensboro National Military Park, Castle Mcculloch, Old Mill of Guilford, Mendenhall Plantation, and more.... more
Sure, you’ve seen a few 100-year-old houses in your day, maybe you even live in one, but have you ever seen a mansion that was constructed 213 years ago? The Blandwood Mansion may imply a level of mediocrity in its name, but this National Historic Landmark is far from bland. Today, you’ll find it generally used for musical events, pricey... more
History buffs will enjoy reflecting on the history this home has seen. Built in 1847 by Rev. Sidney Bumpas and his wife Frances Webb Bumpas, the home is listed on the National Historic Register and is one of twelve in Guilford County built before the Civil War that still survives. During the Civil War, Union soldiers occupied the home and used it... more
The Groome Inn Bed and Breakfast, located just outside Greensboro, North Carolina, was built circa 1900 by Marvin Groome. Marvin was the youngest son of Zachariah Groome, the first Groome to settle in Guilford County. The farmhouse was purchased in 2003 by Mrs. Fred M. Groome Jr. (Jimmie) and has been beautifully remodeled to comfortably... more