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Book a Car Rental in Greensboro High Point, North Carolina 

Named after patriot commander Nathaniel Greene, Greensboro in North Carolina, offers wealth of galleries, museums, and other beautiful attractions. Whether its history that interests you, or shopping, whether you are culturally inclined or are more interested in fun activities, Greensboro has attractions to suit all kind of travelers. Some of the most renowned attractions in the city include - Blandwood Mansion, Wet and Wild Emerald Pointe Theme Park, Tannenbaum Historic Park and more.

Best Attractions to Visit in Greensboro-High Point
    • Home of former North Carolina's governor John Motley Morehead, Blandwood Mansion was modeled after an Italian villa and is now a National Historic Landmark. This nineteenth century building has been restored to its former glory and houses pieces and decor from the mid 19th century like paintings, sculptures, lighting, silverware and more.
    • Visit and admire the charm of Oak Hollow Lake Park and Marina in High Point. Spread across 1,500 acres of sprawling area, it features an indoor and outdoor tennis centre, golf course, picnic areas, children's play area and more. Activities such as boating, fishing, sailing, skiing, and swimming enhances the tourist appeal of the place.

Free/Cheap Activities in Greensboro-High Point
    • Explore and experience the world of science, nature, and animals at Greensboro Science Center. Featuring a zoo, aquarium and a museum, it is a must recommended attraction for families. Come eye-to-eye with tigers, meerkats and monkeys, enjoy interactive shows, fantastic 3 D shows and more.
    • Visit World’s Largest Chest of Drawers, which pays homage to High Point as the “Home Furnishing Capital of the World.” known as Bureau of Information in 1926, the restored 19th century dresser is a must to visit attraction in High Point.

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Great 3 day weekend! Nice convention center. Close to the airport and just the right amount of nightlife. - Linda  Feb 25, 2020

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