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Hillsborough, North Carolina

  • Hillsborough Downtown

    Along North and South Churton St, plus the North Hills Shopping Center. Here, in the heart of a historic town (that has more than 100 late 18th century and 19th century structures), you'll find small ...
    Hillsborough Downtown
  • Hillsborough Commons

    The major anchor store here is Wal-Mart, with adjacent service businesses, including a supermarket and restaurants.

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    Hillsborough Commons

  • North Hills

    One of the few shopping centers that has maintained its hometown feel over the years.

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    North Hills

  • Moorefields

    U.S. Supreme Court Justice Alfred Moore (1755-1810) of Wilmington built Moorefields in 1785 as his summer home. A two-story Federal-style house with fine overmantels, moldings and Chinese Chippendale ...
    Moorefields
  • Sonny's Sandwiches

    Specializing in teriyaki chicken sandwiches, Angus-beef burgers and warm deli sandwiches.

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    Sonny's Sandwiches

  • Yum Yum Chinese

    Serves Cantonese, Mandarin, Hunan and Szechwan food. Daily lunch specials.

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    Yum Yum Chinese

  • The Waffle House

    Open 24 hours a day for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

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    The Waffle House

  • The Dog House

    One of a local chain in business since 1970, serving hot dogs, fries, baked beans, apple turnovers, soft drinks and iced tea.

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    The Dog House

  • Daniel Boone Village, Hillsborough

    South Churton St at Exit 164 on Interstate 85. This quaint pioneer-style village has nearly 30 antique stores, a blacksmith shop and other businesses just south of historic Hillsborough. Across the st...
    Daniel Boone Village, Hillsborough
  • Ruffin-Rouhlac House

    Now used as the Town Hall, this early 19th-century house was once owned by Chief Justice Thomas Ruffin, who died there in 1870. The house has notable interior woodwork and six interesting outbuildings...
    Ruffin-Rouhlac House
  • Occaneechi Indian Village

    This is a 1701 reconstructed Occaneechi Indian Village with a palisade, huts, cooking site and sweat lodge. Appears as it did when used by the tribe along the Eno River Trading Path.
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    Occaneechi Indian Village
  • Triangle SportsPlex

    The Triangle SportsPlex is the largest sports and recreation complex in Orange County. The facility includes an indoor skating rink, aquatics center with 3 indoor pools, fitness center, massage servi...
    Triangle SportsPlex
  • Casa Ibarra

    Authentic Mexican food. Specializes in flavorful south-of-the-border cuisine and offers traditional Mexican beverages. Live music on the weekend.

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    Casa Ibarra

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Occoneechee Golf Club

Course Access: Semi-Private
Holes: 18
Reserve Advance Tee Times: 3

Hillsborough, NC Golf Courses

Hillsborough Commons

The major anchor store here is Wal-Mart, with adjacent service businesses, including a supermarket and restaurants.

Hillsborough, NC Other Attractions

Cedar Grove Golf Course

Bentgrass greens, Bermuda airways.;Back (5783 yards, 67.0 rating, 106 slope); Middle (5355 yards);Forward (4779 yards);18 holes, par 71, ;range, putt. green, pro shop, rentals, ;Open year-round.

Hillsborough, NC Golf Courses

Yum Yum Chinese

Serves Cantonese, Mandarin, Hunan and Szechwan food. Daily lunch specials.

Hillsborough, NC Other Attractions

Bandido's Mexican Cafe

Specializes in shredded beef Mexican specialties, but also serves a large selection of vegetarian dinners and low-fat dinner selections. Also offers special hot and spicy selections for true "chili heads."

Hillsborough, NC Businesses

Things to do near Hillsborough, NC

JW's Steakhouse

Steaks grilled to perfection. Best in Greensboro. Join us for our fabulous breakfast and lunch selections. Group seating for ...

Renaissance Park Golf Course

Course Access: PublicHoles: 18Reserve Advance Tee Times: 7 days...

Greensboro College

Located five blocks from downtown Greensboro in the College Hill Historic District. Greensboro College was founded in 1838 an...

MacHaven

The current home of the City Club of Rocky Mount, MacHaven was built in 1910 by Mr. J.W. Hines. Mr. Hines' considerable fina...