Carolina Theatre in Greensboro

Brightly lit Carolina Theatre in Greensboro is North Carolina’s original performing arts center; credit Visit Greensboro

Greensboro Arts

Greensboro Arts venues are small but appropriate for the size of Piedmont Triad region.
Blandwood Mansion
DESCRIPTION: Once home to Governor John Motley Morehead and now a National Historic Landmark. Blandwood Mansion was constructed in the 1790s as a farmhouse. In 1844, it was transformed into an antebellum plantation mansion. It is the oldest example of Italianate architecture in the U.S. and is filled with original antique furnishings.
ADMISSION: Under $15
DAYS & HOURS: Tue-Sat 11a-2p; Sun 2p-5p
ADDRESS: 447 West Washington Street, Greensboro, NC MAP
PHONE: 336-272-5003

Barn Dinner Theatre
DESCRIPTION: Broadway-style play after a buffet meal at the oldest dinner theater in the country; performances are year-round evenings; call for reservations
ADMISSION: fee varies by performance
BOX OFFICE: Mon-Tue 9a-5p; Wed-Fri 9a-8p; Sat 10a-7p and Sun 11a-5p
ADDRESS: 120 Stage Coach Trail, Greensboro, NC MAP
PHONE: 336-292-2211 or 800-668-1764

Carolina Theatre
DESCRIPTION: First opened in 1927, this restored vaudeville theater serves as one of Greensboro’s premier performing arts centers, showcasing theater, dance, concerts and films; on the National Register of Historic Places
ADMISSION: fee varies by performance
BOX OFFICE: Mon-Fri 9a-5p
ADDRESS: 310 South Greene Street, Greensboro, NC MAP
PHONE: 336-333-2605


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