Greensboro has an impressive history dedicated to equal rights. One of the very first sit-ins happened in Greensboro at a Woolsworths counter. It was also one of the stopping points for the Underground Railroad. The Quakers were also given refuge here when their religious freedoms were under attack. Its deep roots made an impression on many and you too can enjoy what it has to offer. Touring the many antebellum plantations is a great way to see how life existed way back when.
The sun here can get pretty warm so youll be happy to know that the Emerald Pointe Wet and Wild is a great place to cool off. Greensboro also has many wonderful boutiques that offer you the latest trends and antiques as well as great art galleries. Golfers around the globe know that Greensboro also has some pretty fantastic golf courses. How can it not with the Chrysler Classic calling it home for over 60 years? Greensboro has many great restaurants, including the popular Barn Dinner Theatre.