Cozy up with your special someone for a Greensboro romantic rendezvous, memorable anniversary or extra-special birthday!
5:30 PM – Dinner at Green Valley Grill
Take the elevator down to dinner at Green Valley Grill. Enjoy fresh seasonal Old World European and Mediterranean flavors from the wood-fired rotisserie and grill. Pair them with your choice of artisanal cocktails, craft beers and 500 wines. Learn More.
7 PM – Set The Mood
Light a few candles, don bathrobes and press play to your favorite romantic playlist. Order chocolate-covered strawberries and a bottle of sparkling to share with your special someone.
9 AM – Breakfast in Bed
Snuggle up with your special someone for breakfast in bed from Green Valley Grill.
11 AM – A Walk in the Park
Take a romantic stroll through the Tanger Family Bicentennial Garden, a popular and relaxing 7.5-acre garden known for its massive annual plantings and bronze sculpture. Across the street, the Bog Garden features an elevated boardwalk that meanders through 7 acres of natural wetlands. Stone pathways traverse a forested hillside, and visitors can enjoy the sounds of water at Serenity Falls – a re-circulating waterfall – while viewing the many varieties of plants, birds and other wildlife inhabiting the area. Learn More
2 PM – Weatherspoon Art Museum
With six galleries and a sculpture courtyard, UNCG’s art museum is nationally recognized for its exhibitions of modern and contemporary art. Its outstanding collection of more than 5,000 objects includes paintings, sculptures, drawings, prints and photographs and objects in miscellaneous media. Highlights include the Dillard Collection of Art on Paper and the Cone Collection of prints and bronzes by Henri Matisse. Located 2.5 miles from the O.Henry Hotel. Learn More
5:30 PM – Dinner at Lucky’s
Lucky 32 Southern Kitchen features exceptional renderings of classic Southern dishes made with plenty of local ingredients. Learn more
10 AM – Morning Dip
Soak up some rays and take a morning dip in our outdoor pool.
12 PM – Afternoon Tea in O.Henry Hotel’s Social Lobby
Taking tea in the O.Henry Hotel Social Lobby has become a local tradition. Hours: Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Noon—5 PM, and Monday—Thursday, 2—5 PM. Reservations are recommended; please call Green Valley Grill at 336-854-2015.
Hear Masterworks, Chamber, POPS, Education and Holiday concerts led by Maestro Dmitry Sitkovetsky, featuring guest conductors and artists from around the world. Greensboro Symphony offers something for all music lovers. Learn More
First opened in 1927, this restored vaudeville theater serves as one of Greensboro’s principal performing arts centers, showcasing theater, dance, concerts and films. The theater is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and located downtown. Learn More
This 17-acre site features 14 plant collections, special display gardens and distinct structural features. The extensive variety of plants offers rich educational opportunities for children and adults, landscape designers and homeowners alike. Learn more
Greenways and Biking Trails
Greensboro has almost 112 miles of Greenway trails to experience (37 miles paved and 76 miles of natural surface). Greenways are defined as linear tracts of open space with the ability to connect people to destinations. These “corridors” usually parallel rivers or stream beds, but they also can be found along abandoned railway lines or utility easements. Greenways enhance the overall quality of life in a community by promoting healthy activities, a clean environment and potential economic benefits. Learn more
Greensboro Historical Museum
Rich history served fresh daily! The Greensboro Historical Museum shares local culture and the city’s significant role in American history, from the Battle of Guilford Courthouse in 1781 to the 1960 Greensboro Sit-Ins and the unforgettable events of September 11, 2001. Twelve galleries also feature an award-winning Voices of a City exhibition, Civil War firearms, the First lady Dolley Madison collection and exhibits about textile manufacturing. Hands-on interactive and audiovisuals. Museum Shop. Learn More
Guilford Courthouse National Military Park
The largest, most hotly contested battle of the Revolutionary War’s Southern Campaign was fought at the small North Carolina backcountry hamlet of Guilford Courthouse. The battle proved to be the highwater mark of British military operations in the Revolutionary War. This park provides lots of education and beautiful paved and upaved walking and biking trails.