A replica of a quaint, turn-of-the-century New England village just made for strolling. Offers an array of fascinating specialty shops, galleries, restaurants and more, including a mini-mall of shops in the old Theatre Building.
Off U.S. 1 between South and Maple Streets. A NC “Main Street” community and historic district featuring antiques, collectibles, handicrafts and unique gift boutiques.
Phone: (910) 944-1110
Off NC 211 at NC 5. A wide variety of restaurants plus the convenience of cleaners, hardware store, grocery store and more.
At the intersection of U.S. 15-501 and Morganton Road, Southern Pines. A modern shopping center with department stores, dress shops, specialty shops, grocery store and restaurants.
Shop the historic district of Southern Pines on Broad Street between Connecticut and Indiana, on both sides of the railroad tracks. Trees, flowers and courtyards grace the specialty shops, galleries and cafes for a lovely village atmosphere.
Nearby Weymouth Center for the Arts & Humanities started as the home of James and Katharine Boyd and is now a cultural center dedicated to conserving the remaining 26-acre estate.
It serves as a natural preserve and park and includes the formal gardens and the longleaf pine forest. In addition, the 9,000 square foot Boyd House serves as a writers residency, a site for poetry readings, dramatic performances, musical concerts, and recitals.
A wide variety of finds dot these dual thoroughfares, ranging from super-sized department stores and golf equipment outlets to small specialty shops. Also plentiful in this area are restaurants to suit any taste.