Quality Inn & Suites
7 Laura Lane
Thomasville, NC 27360
Phone: (336) 472-2310
Fax: (336) 472-3265
7 Laura Lane, Thomasville, NC, US, 27360
- Phone: (336) 472-2310
- Fax: (336) 472-3265
Located in a historic Quaker meeting house, this museum is filled with the everyday items necessary to 19th century rural life in a Quaker community. Displays for cloth making, shoemaking, cooking, and farming are on site, as well as artifacts from typical Colonial Quaker homesteads. Tours are available by appointment only.
A very unique interactive health education center where you can ride a bike with Mr. Bones, the bicycling skeleton, or measure your height against a life-size Michael Jordan. You can also get health tips from TAM, a talking, transparent mannequin, as well as enjoy many more educational and informative hands-on exhibits.
This 21.5 acre park has three ball fields, a playground, tennis courts, a basketball court, picnic shelter and a recreation center.
Known as the Bureau of Information in 1926, this beautifully restored 19th century dresser stands 32 feet high and was originally built to call attention to High Point as the "Home Furniture Capital of the World."
Full public library that contains a rich collection of nearly 400,000 books, music recordings, videotapes, audiobooks, periodicals, and newspapers plus features a large genealogy department.
Established in 1970, this library houses the largest collection of books in the world on the history of furniture and is nationally recognized as a center for research on furniture, furniture design, decorating, and architecture. Special tours are available by appointment.
Enjoy an educational outdoor experience at this ten acre cornfield maze that is filled with miles of twisting, turning pathways. Picnic areas are on site and catered lunches are available.
This restored gold refinery is constructed like an authentic medieval castle, complete with three foot thick walls, a 70-foot tower, a drawbridge, and a moat. The castle makes a wonderful place for weddings, reunions and other gatherings in its two large rooms downstairs, the Great Hall, and the Queen's Chamber, that can accommodate large groups, as well as its Crystal Garden, an adjacent facility that can be rented for dances, receptions, weddings, and other events.
The noted First Reformed Church is also regarded as the First Reformed United Church of the Christ. The church site was constructed in 1927 and has gained tremendous historic significance. This structure is a great representation of the Late Gothic Revival style of architecture. The church site is listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 2000.
A beautiful 1,500 acre park that features an indoor and outdoor tennis center, picnic areas, a scenic overlook, an 18 hole Pete Dye golf course, a children's play area, and a full service 90 site family campground. Boating, fishing, sailing, skiing, and swimming are just some of the recreational opportunities available at this park.
The historic Grace Episcopal Church has been serving the community of Lexington since 1902. The eye-catching church building was constructed in the Late Gothic Revival style of architecture, and has been extremely well maintained. Besides actively engaging with the community through its ministries, the church also hosts numerous cultural events throughout the year.
Enjoy boating, fishing, paddleboat rides, picnic spots, a large outdoor swimming pool, fishing boat and canoe rentals, a miniature golf course, gymnasium, and a playground near a 340 acre lake. This is the location of the annual September festival, "Day in the Park."