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Historical Walking Tour

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This virtual walking tour of downtown Greensboro includes sites of historical and architectural interest.


301 North Elm Street
The park beside the United States Trust Center, O. Henry Statues

Corner of Elm Street and Friendly Avenue
Historical marker commemorating the sit-in that occurred in the Woolworth Building at 132 S. Elm Street 

114 N. Elm Street

Piedmont Building

Corner of Market and Elm Streets

The original center of Greensboro

101-117 N. Elm Street

Jefferson Building

121 S. Elm Street

Porter Drug Store

132 S. Elm Street

F.W. Woolworth Building

South Elm and February One Place

Meyer's Department Store

201 South Elm Street

Tourgee Marker

200 S. Elm Street
Henry Frye Marker

212 S. Elm Street

S.H. Kress Building

225 South Elm Street

Schiffman's Jewelry

236-238 S. Elm Street
Vernon Building

301 S. Elm Street

Guilford Building

310 S. Elm Street

Grissom Building

325-327 S. Elm Street
Odell Hardware Building

S. Elm and McGee Streets

Hamburger Square

400 S. Elm Street

Norfolk Southern Offices

514 S. Elm Street

Fordham's Drug Store

303 E. Washington

J. Douglas Galyon Depot

310 S. Greene Street

The Carolina Theatre

130 Summit Avenue
Greensboro History Museum

318 N. Greene Street

Central Fire Station

W. Market Street, between Eugene Avenue and Greene Street
Guilford County Courthouse

447 W. Washington Street

Blandwood Mansion

200 Block of S. Greene Street
Millennium Gate