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Best things to do in Greensboro

Zoo
“Past the time or make a whole day trip out of a trip to the science center. 29 mins. or 18 miles away. ”
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History Museum
“Where the Sit-In Movement all began, February 1, 1960, by the "Greensboro Four"....See actual lunch counter chairs from the Woolworth's Store on Elm Street, at the actual spot where the store was located all those years ago!”
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유적지
“On March 15, 1781 the largest, most hotly-contested battle of the Revolutionary War's Southern Campaign was fought at the small North Carolina backcountry hamlet of Guilford Courthouse.”
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Museum
“Go downtown and start here.. free entry and check out the history of Greensboro and explore other nearby places of interest”
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Museum
“Located at the UNC Greensboro it has one of the largest collections of modern and contemporary art in the southeast with a focus on American art. Free. ”
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미술 갤러리
“This museum is funded by the Warhol Foundation . It is a display of items that a local woman/store owner collected (hoarded). It is amazing. Everything is organized and interestingly displayed. There are interactive things to do and it is just very interesting and has an interesting history.”
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Museum
“Check out GreenHill on a rainy afternoon. There's tons of inspiration to be found inside”
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유적지
“Greensboro's only National Landmark building, home to Governor John Motley Morehead. Designed by noted New York architect, Alexander Jackson Davis, responsible for the Greek & Gothic Revivals Mid 19C”
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Zoo
“Big Huge aquarium, parking lot stays packed. You can walk there in 5 minutes.”
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Museum
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Library
“Check out books, dvds, music, etc. Or just hang out at the library. Kids events.”
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Museum
“Archival center, collecting museum and teaching facility devoted to the international struggle for civil and human rights celebrates the nonviolent protests of the 1960 Greensboro sit-ins.”
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