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Galleries and studios.
125 E Washington St, Rockingham, NC
Waterworks Visual Arts Center
The Center offers an innovative program of exhibitions, education, and outreach, including special events that explore the evolution and forefront of contemporary art.
123 E Liberty St, Salisbury, NC
Randolph Arts Guild
The Guild holds workshops and events, as well as housing the The Sara Smith Self Gallery with rotating exhibits of local, national, and international artwork.
123 Sunset Ave, Asheboro, NC
Roger Thomas Art Gallery
42 Falls Rd. Badin, NC
The Art House
"The Art House" features paintings and special edition prints by Ron Taylor and other regional artists, and select works from Andreas Bechtler’s contemporary modern art collection custom framing service.
113 N Main St, Oakboro, NC
Arts United for Davidson County
A visit to Arts United for Davidson County in Lexington is also a visit to the historic ‘Old’ Post Office. This beautiful Neo-Classical building built in 1911 is part of the Historic Uptown Lexington National Register District. It features six Tuscan entrance columns and a restored front lobby with original classical details. A sponsoring organization for local activities in the performing, literary and visual arts, Arts United also has two galleries, class space, and a gift shop featuring work by local and regional artists. In the gift shop you’ll find hammered sterling silver jewelry, beaded crystal and gemstone jewelry, pottery, wood turnings, paintings, books of poetry, hand-painted glassware and much more!
220 South Main Street, Lexington, NC
STARworks Center for Creative Enterprise
Ceramics materials, pottery classes, glass blowing and glass fusing. Glass, pottery and other art for sale.
The Bob Timberlake Gallery
Bob Timberlake is known internationally as a painter and designer whose depiction of the simple life in North Carolina characterizes his realistic style. Passing through the massive wooden doors as you enter the Bob Timberlake Gallery is just the beginning of your glimpse into Bob’s World. There are ever changing displays of Bob’s personal memorabilia and an extensive collection of original paintings, limited-edition reproductions, furniture and apparel.
1714 East Center Street Extension, Lexington, NC
Dempsey’s realistic style brings not only our local Davidson County history and personalities to life, but that of other places like the Blue Ridge Mountains, North Carolina’s Outer Banks and Charleston as well! His painstaking attention to detail plus a hidden hummingbird in each painting are Dempsey’s trademarks. The environment at Dempsey's Gallery is homespun and relaxed, showcasing the artist's impression of nature and familiar destinations.
5968 Old US Hwy 52, Welcome, NC
The Gallery Hall
Uptown Lexington's gallery showcases the work of over 80 artists from North and South Carolina, Virginia, as well as national and international artists. They specialize in Oil, Acrylic, Watercolor, Airbrush, digital photography, giclee, and lithography prints. We also carry native and non native made jewelry, stained glass art, pottery, metal & clay sculpture, water fountains, lawn & garden art, ceremony pipes, and greeting cards.
106 South Main Street, Lexington, NC
Southern Spirit Gallery
Southern Spirit Gallery features fine art pieces and hand crafted items ranging from pottery to wearable textiles.
102 South Main Street, Salisbury, NC
Artists League of the Sandhills
Located in Aberdeen, North Carolina, the Artists League of the Sandhills aims to promote interest in the visual arts by providing quality art education at all levels at a reasonable cost and a friendly environment in which to work and exhibit.
129 Exchange St, Aberdeen, NC
Eleazer True Bluegrass
Secluded bluegrass venue in the heart of the Uwharries. Open every Friday and many Saturdays.
Live rock 'n roll, country and more in the historic downtown Liberty.
Ford's Bluegrass Mill
Wholesome, family entertainment. Open mic for bluegrass bands. Bring the whole family. Open every Friday.
Historic Gold Hill
Bluegrass and pickin’ every Friday night at the E.H. Montgomery General Store in Historic Gold Hill.
Big Johns Smoke House
Bluegrass, country, beach and gospel.
Badin Road Drive-In Theatre
First run movies and many double features.
Meroney and Norvell Theaters
Home of the Piedmont Players. Music and drama.
This theater has been a staple of downtown Southern Pines since the 1940s.
Gaddy Covered Bridge
NC's newest covered bridge. Located in Pee Dee National Wildlife Refuge, the bridge was built to serve as a blind to observe waterfowl.
Thomasville's "Big Chair"
The world's largest chair.
Jumping Off Rock
The unmarked spot provides a beautiful vista. Jumping off of the rocks is NOT recommended!
The Seagrove area is one of the largest communities of potters with the longest continual history of pottery making in the United States. Today visitors can explore the rural landscape by back roads and visit the potters in their workshops and studios, to witness the Seagrove potters continuing the tradition of making pots. The area is home to more than 100 potters who offer a full spectrum of pottery and ceramic art. With a diversity of talents, Seagrove has something to offer both the serious collector and the casual buyer. The Seagrove area offers the visitor an opportunity to learn about North Carolina’s ongoing pottery culture.
Pinehurst Harness Track
Freshmen trotters and pacers have their first racing experiences before a crowd of over 3,000 people. This mile long track give horsemen the opportunity to remain in the mid-south longer. Come enjoy tailgate parties and a great afternoon under the Carolina blue sky.
The Asheboro Copperheads offers the best family entertainment value in Randolph County. Whether you want the comfort of sitting in your reserved seat in the grandstand, joining your family and friends in the bleachers or bringing you own chairs to the Snake Pit.
See cars, trucks, shop, eat, etc. . Open every 4th Fri. 5 p.m. until. The Cruise-In has been featured in Car Craft Magazine, Nomad Magazine and a documentary, Burnout, was created in 2005 by a Charlotte-based movie-maker. Local shops and restaurants stay open late the evening of the event for added enjoyment. The area features family-style restaurants, upscale dining, a sub and pizza shop, Mexican restaurant, antiques and hobby shop.
North Carolina Zoological Park
The nation’s largest walk-through natural-habitat zoo. Located about 75 miles west of Raleigh in Asheboro, N.C. Zoo is nationally recognized as one of the nation’s finest zoos. It was the first American zoo designed from its inception around the "natural habitat" philosophy--presenting animals and plants in exhibits that closely resemble the habitats in which they would be found in the wild.