A trip to Triad Stage is a great way to use up some of your next vacation.
It's in Greensboro, roughly 65 miles (105 kilometers) outside of the state capital, Raleigh.
If you choose to spend a night or two at The Biltmore Greensboro Hotel and Haynes Bed and Breakfast, you'll be so close to Triad Stage that you'll pretty much be neighbors.
If you would like to save a little bit of your hard-earned cash for more important things in life, you can stay at one of the economical solutions in the surrounding area. The Rodeway Inn & Suites and the Super 8 Greensboro are two of the more well-known places.
You're sure to be astounded by the luxurious services at the handful of upmarket hotels just a short drive away. The Proximity Hotel and O.Henry Hotel are ideal choices that you should consider.
Close by and convenient, Meraki Handmade is well-known as a great place to stop and recharge. But, if your belly's beginning to growl, you can silence it by visiting The Table on Elm, also close-at-hand. For all of those travelers that love capping off the day with a relaxing drink just down the street, the barkeep at White and Wood will be serving up drinks all night.
Other Things to Do Near Triad Stage
After visiting Triad Stage, why not stop by the area's other attractions? Here are a few places to start:
- Explore facets of the past and enjoy an exciting family excursion in the bargain when you visit International Civil Rights Center and Museum.
- Enjoy a quick rest from the tourist sites, and see a film at Carolina Theatre.
- Go on a guided tour of Blandwood Mansion, a historic residence.
- Go and see the beautiful artworks that await at Ambleside Gallery.
- The whole family can get some inspiration, along with education, at Elsewhere, which acquires, safeguards and displays art to help contribute to the local culture.
Going to Triad Stage by metro couldn't be simpler. The most convenient station, J. Douglas Galyon Depot, is 0.2 miles (0.3 kilometers) away.