Local Links

Greensboro City Government
The Greensboro History Museum is a City of Greensboro facility. Learn more about our municipal government and services.

Greensboro Public Library
Learn more about the programs of the Greensboro Public Library and its branches. Festivals, research, electronic downloads… all available from the City of Greensboro Public Library.

Greensboro Parks & Recreation
The Greensboro Parks & Recreation Department manages a variety of outstanding public parks and recreation areas, with events and programs for seniors, arts and cultural events, youth and teen programming, specialized education and more.

Greensboro Science Center
The Greensboro Science Center is an Aquarium, Museum and Zoo. Check out hours & fees and what to do.

Downtown Greensboro Inc.
Click here Downtown Greensboro’s event calendar. Find unique shops in downtown Greensboro and great places to eat.

Miriam P. Brenner Children’s Museum
Located just across the street from the History Museum, the Miriam P. Brenner Children’s Museum offers all kinds of activities¬†for children and families.

International Civil Rights Museum
The International Civil Rights Center & Museum is devoted to the international struggle for civil and human rights. The Museum is at the site of Greensboro’s Woolworth store, where sit-ins in 1960 served as a catalyst for change throughout the South.

Guilford Courthouse National Military Park
The largest, most hotly-contested battle of the Revolutionary War’s Southern Campaign was fought at the small North Carolina hamlet of Guilford Courthouse. A visitor center, driving and walking trails await.¬†Check out operating hours and events.

Preservation Greensboro
Preservation Greensboro saves treasured historic and architecturally significant places. Tour Blandwood Mansion, a National Historic Landmark considered the oldest standing example of Italianate architecture in the United States, or attend an event. PGI also runs Architectural Salvage, a retail showroom with merchandise recycled from historic homes and buildings throughout North Carolina’s Piedmont.