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Walkway of History


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Sidewalk markers chronicle six chapters in local African-American history ranging from the first fugitive slave on the Underground Railroad through the first African-American state Supreme Court Justice. The walkway was unveiled on the 34th anniversary of the Woolworth civil rights sit-ins by the "Greensboro Four."


Address:
S. Elm Street at February One Place

Phone: (336)373-2043


Come visit us in Greensboro, North Carolina

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Carolina Model Railroaders

Carolina Model Railroaders, Inc. (CMR) is Greensboro's oldest model railroad club. CMR has served the Triad with over 34

Greensboro, NC Railroad History

Bryan Park - Champions Course

A Rees Jones signature design rated 4 stars by Golf Digest "Places to Play". Seven holes border scenic Lake Townsend making it a photographer's dream. Runner-up best new public course in the country by Golf Digest (1990). In 1992

Greensboro, NC Golf Courses

O. Henry Statues

This outdoor, three-piece sculpture group honors Greensboro's best known writer, William Sydney Porter (O. Henry). It features a bronze likeness of the author, a 7-by-14-foot open book of his short stories and a statue of his small dog, Lovey. Located on the corner on North Elm &

Greensboro, NC Arts

Legends

Ribs and a variety of continental cuisine. All satellite sporting events shown. Group seating for 30

Greensboro, NC Businesses

Amtrak Station - Greensboro

This historically renovated full service station includes Amtrak ticket agent on duty, walk-up ticket window sales, free parking and checked baggage. Station open 24 hours. Daily trains include: 73, 74 (Raleigh to Charlotte), 79, 80 (New York to Charlotte) and 19, 20 (New York to New Orleans)

Greensboro, NC Historic Buildings

Things to do Monuments near Greensboro, NC

Mark Syrkin Monument of Valor

A monument honoring the living veterans of the United States. The monument consists of 6 flags, the US flag, and one for each...

Walkway of History

Sidewalk markers chronicle six chapters in local African-American history ranging from the first fugitive slave on the Underg...