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The Weather in Greensboro
This is the climate diagram in Greensboro. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 89°. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Greensboro, with temperatures going under 30° The rainiest month is July while the driest month is October.
Greensboro vacation rentals combine city and country
Greensboro, North Carolina, may conjure images of large, wooden vacation rentals with verandas overlooking spacious gardens. You'll find many options like this, along with modern apartments and condos in town for those who prefer city living.
Doughnuts and hamburgers: the Greensboro classics
Both Hardee's hamburger chain and world-famous Krispy Kreme Doughnuts have their roots in Greensboro – what could be better than sampling these local favorites during your vacation? Greensboro also boasts a wide range of restaurants catering to all tastes, from world-class fine dining to casual-service restaurants. Rest assured that not all of them specialize in burgers and doughnuts – you'll find plenty of healthy options too!
Parks, gardens, and woodland exploration
Greensboro has a number of parks, perfect for taking time out from a busy vacation and spending time exploring nature. Particularly worth a visit is the Bog Garden, where you can walk along boardwalks across swamps and spot small mammals, reptiles, and birds. Also worth a visit is the Tanger Family Bicentennial Garden, which is home to plants and trees that are typical to the Carolinas and the southern United States.
Historical Winston-Salem for the perfect day out
Visit Old Salem Museum & Gardens and step into the past. Walk along cobbled 19th-century streets, explore recreated shops and houses, and interact with costumed guides acting as Salem residents of the past. There are regular family events held throughout the year – attend and the kids will have so much fun they won't even notice they're learning. Greensboro is also home to the International Civil Rights Center & Museum. The museum explores the history of the 1960 Greensboro sit-ins, which were key events in the equal rights movement.
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