First National Bank Field is home to the Greensboro Grasshoppers. The Grasshoppers play in the South Atlantic League and are the Singe-A minor league farm team of Major League Baseball's Florida Marlins. Opened in 2005, the stadium has a capacity 7,499. This is a wonderful sports stadium to watch a baseball game and root on the home team!
Elegant and timeless, the Carolina Theatre first opened on the last day of October in 1927. Originally a 2,200 seat vaudeville theater, the interior design of the Carolina is finely decadent with its crystal chandeliers, gilded railings and marbled columns. Presently, people still come to the Carolina to take in the beautiful landmark either to tour the facilities, take in a live performance or a matinee or a an evening out watching a Hollywood classic.
The key aspect to the Greensboro Children's Museum, the part that they stress is that above all else, is that the children that come through their doors get to experience something educational and interactive. There are outreach programs for children throughout the community that seek to educate the youth about nature through activities in science. There are various kinds of field-trips available including fun sleepovers.
Initially starting out as a regular neighborhood bar, the Blind Tiger has since evolved. In the two decades since its inception, the Blind Tiger has become a staple for the live music scene in Greensboro, and North Carolina as a whole. You can always count on the Blind Tiger to be hosting live music events almost every night of the week. The venue has played hosts to local, regional and national acts alike.
The largest water park in the Carolinas, Emerald Pointe Water Park is the perfect spot to cool off during the hot summer months. Bring the whole family here and take advantage of the 36 fun and thrilling rides located here. This park is so large, the rides and pools here contain a combined 3 million gallons of water. And if you get tired out from all of your fun on the water slides, find a lounge chair with a shaded area to sit back and relax away from the hot sunshine.
The Green Hill Center is dedicated to promoting arts and culture. It has four floors of art galleries that host a variety of paintings and cultural exhibits. Additionally, there are studios, classrooms and rehearsal halls that showcase events and informative workshops. If you enjoy arts and culture, the Green Hill Center is the place to go.
Set in downtown Greensboro, One Thirteen Brewhouse + Rooftop Bar is spread across four floors. This bar and events venue features three bars. The rooftop bar offers stunning views of the city of Greensboro. In addition to several bars, the building houses a large stage which is used for live music concerts and performances. This happening venue also has a hall that is used for hosting private events like gatherings and parties. This bar and event space is a great place to visit with friends.
Cone Denim Entertainment Center is set in Downtown Greensboro and is one of the premier destinations for live acts. Spread across 8000 square feet (743.22 square meters), it is done up in black, blue and gray hues. It features many bars and a lounge. Equipped with state-of-the-art technology, it hosts comedy shows and concerts by House of Blues Entertainment but will also encourage local artists.
Once known as the Elm Street Center, the building is now known as the Empire Room and Regency Room. Each of the two ballrooms can be rented out, and can house up to a thousand guests each. Whatever function you wish you use the space(s) for is entirely up to you. Some previous uses have ranged from weddings, or large or small parties, galas, proms, conventions or other similar business venues and ventures.