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Fast Facts


Steven Tanger Center in Greensboro hosted 431,000 patrons within its first year of opening

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Attended Hamilton the Musical at Tanger Center over a 3-week performance period

Greensboro Coliseum Complex


Miles of Cultural Heritage Trails in Fayettesville

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Two children play with model city set at Children's Museum.

Art Galleries & Museums

Find Intrigue in Art

Ready to get your creative senses tingling? Every month of the year in Winston-Salem, the nonprofit Downtown Arts District Association (DADA) provides its signature “1st Friday Hop” – a community-building event where art galleries and studios remain open late into the evening. In Greensboro, art galleries like 205 Collaborative, Ambleside Gallery and GreenHill Center for NC Art offer exceptional exhibits from artists, photographers and sculptors from around the world.

Cast of the North American tour of Wicked at Steven Tanger Center.


A Night to Remember

Whether your interest lies in dance, opera or drama, the Carolina Core has been providing intellectually stimulating performances for decades. The High Point Theatre sparks standing ovations almost every night with visually captivating concerts, off-Broadway productions, pageants, recitals and more. And if you’re in the mood for an extraordinary show, the 3,000-seat-capacity Steven Tanger Center’s annual Broadway series includes first-run Broadway performances of everything from CATS to Pretty Woman.

Children ride carousel.

Events & Festivals

A Creatively Driven Community

The High Point Arts Council doesn’t hold back when it comes to entertaining events. Take in a concert in nature or enjoy crafts, food and entertainment at the Day in the Park. In Greensboro, the juried Craftsmen’s Classic Art & Craft Festival was founded over a half a century ago, presenting the works of some of the county’s finest artisans. And there are few places with more cultural heritage trails than Fayetteville – with more than 750 miles of themed driving trails and a 32-member art cooperative that produce paintings, pottery, wood and glass art and more.