4.5 based on 79 reviews
2014 NGCOA Chapter Course Of The YearLegacy is a Nicklaus Design Golf Course that has been rated 4.5 stars by Golf Digest and was voted in the Top 50 Public Golf Courses in the USA to play by GolfWorld's Readers' Choice Awards.Legacy was recently renovated and features new greens.Legacy's onsite travel company, Legacy Golf Packages, features personalized golf trips to the Village of Pinehurst Area. Lodging choices include 1 to 4 bedroom condos and houses located in the Village of Pinehurst and all local hotels. Featured golf courses include: Legacy, Dormie Club, Talamore, Mid South Club, Tobacco Road, Mid Pines, Pine Needles, National CC, Pine Wild CC...with plenty more courses to choose from. Legacy can design a great golf trip for any budget.
This Nicklaus design is a must play when visiting the Pinehurst area. The staff is always gracious and accommodating. The course layout is designed to reward good golf shots. The back tees offer up a challenge even for the most capable golfer. The condition of...MoreThanks for playing Legacy!
5 based on 28 reviews
I've been to the Sunrise a few times. It is a clean and comfortable old time theater. By that I mean like we went to when we were kids. None of the fancy reclining seats and multiple shows. There is one screen. They have things that other theaters don't play. Some things are current but others are the older films. The have a small concession stand and tickets are always $8.00. I love going there and would recommend it.
4.5 based on 86 reviews
My wife and I love to walk the paths amongst the variety of gardens they have here. The building is very attractive as well and they have occasional classes that we attend. The college does a great job maintaining and improving this lovely place in the Sandhills. You can also walk from here to the Reservoir Park. I nice loop of both is around five miles.
4.5 based on 13 reviews
Straightforward, traditional, honest craft beer. Founded December 2010, Railhouse Brewery is a veteran-owned craft brewery located in Aberdeen, North Carolina. The Railhouse Pub offers 16 taps, a full liquor bar, and pub-fare seven days a week. Come by for a pint, growler, or six pack.
In the heart of downtown Aberdeen near the train tracks lies a great brewery! Several tables and a bar! They even have several games, like darts and corn hole. The selection of beers is very nice and had some unexpected winners!
4.5 based on 28 reviews
Loved the reservoir when we lived there! Would take the kids, dog and bikes and do several loops a day! Also great for paddle boarding anytime of year! Can't wait to get back home and visit! Also nearby is Sandhills Community College horticultural gardens. Another beautiful place to visit!
4.5 based on 11 reviews
We are a gallery featuring the work of over 40 of the finest pottery artists in NC. From Seagrove to the mountains of Western NC, we feature pottery of all different styles and techniques. Come in and bring home a piece of the rich pottery tradition of North Carolina during your visit to the Pinehurst area. Open Mon-Sat 10am-5pm
Bob and Heather have created a little gem in this gallery. Just 1/4 mile from the Pinehurst Resort, the works of more than 2 dozen regional artists are featured. Nationally known artists such as Ben Owen III, are displayed side by side with well known regional and emerging local artists.
Visitors to Pinehurst have an excellent opportunity to acquire the perfect piece of artwork for that empty space in their home, as well as have a memorable souvenir of their trip. There is something here for every taste and budget,
Each month an artist is featured as Artist of the Month, and their work is moved into a can't miss spot as one enters the gallery. Put this on your list of "must do's".
4.5 based on 34 reviews
Definitely stop by! The history of this house is rich and the wonderful volunteers that bring you the history and maintain the gardens are a Southern delight! Check out their activities too! Really bringing some fine culture to the area and providing evening and family-friendly quality outings!
4.5 based on 51 reviews
Whenever our grandchildren come to visit, a trip to Camelot Playground is a must. The park is spread out with lots of unusual thinks to play on. There is a castle to play in, tires to swing on, and completely fenced in, so the grandparents can relax. The ground is padded, so no one gets hurt.
5 based on 5 reviews
Over the last year, my sister has become something of a rockhound. A co-worker told her about Jim's, so we decided to go check it out. Upon entering, a kindly gentleman behind the counter got up to greet us. He started us off with a magic trick using one of the specimens for sale, and then gave each of us a beautiful, polished stone to keep. We headed outside and purchased our buckets--a small bucket is $15.00 with a larger bucket being $25 and still larger buckets going up to about $100. Between the three of us, we purchased a small and a medium, and each bucket came full of semi-precious stones, the majority of which were good sized stones. We found pieces of a geode, deeply colored amethysts, and all sorts of interesting rocks we hadn't collected on any of our other sluicing excursions. The kindly lady helping us told us that this shipment of ore had come from Madagascar, so for those who like non-native rocks and minerals, this could be just the place for you. If you're a North Carolina purist, come anyway--you can always give you non-native minerals to someone else. :) Overall, the staff was very friendly, and very helpful. They'll tell you all about your finds, and if you're into the healing power of stones, there's a lady who's very knowledgeable about that, too. She indicated that there is a cabochon machine on-site, though I didn't inquire about costs and turn-around times for jewelry making. So what if rocks aren't your thing? Not to worry--Jim's offers gold panning, too!
Jim's is a clean and tidy location with two small troughs, though only one was running when we arrived. I'd recommend wearing comfortable clothes, possibly bringing rubber gloves to keep your hands clean and dry, and maybe a towel in case you splash yourself or if you'd just like to keep your bottom dust-free while seated at the trough. The troughs are covered to provide you some shade, and a sign outside of the shop indicated that they have soda and water for sale. In short, if you're passing through the Aberdeen area, and you'd like to try your hand and sluicing or panning, stop at Jim's! You won't be disappointed. :)
4.5 based on 23 reviews
We used to live in this area and were pleasantly surprised to find craft breweries there on our recent return visit. Southern Pines brewing makes some excellent beer! They are a veteran owned business as well. We especially liked the Scottish Export. If you enjoy craft beer, SP brewing is a must.
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