Enter to win a Greensboro Classic Package from the O.Henry Hotel in Greensboro, North Carolina. The winner will receive one night’s accommodations in one of the hotel’s spacious King rooms, handcrafted Belgian truffles, a bottle of wine, The Gift of the Magi keepsake book, turndown service with bubble bath, and a Southern-style hot breakfast buffet. The package also includes two $25 vouchers ($50 total value) that can be used for afternoon tea at O.Henry Hotel, or dining at Green Valley Grill, Lucky 32 Southern Kitchen, or Print Works Bistro, along with an early check-in and late checkout at the hotel.

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 Located in the heart of North Carolina’s scenic Piedmont region and in the center of the Eastern Seaboard, Greensboro has something for everyone. Fun and exciting things are happening there, with plenty of attractions to immerse yourself in!

Greensboro celebrates its history in a variety of ways. Visitors can explore more than 200 years of its rich history via the Greensboro Historical Museum. There’s also the International Civil Rights Center and Museum, located in the city’s thriving downtown. The center occupies the historic Woolworth Building, site of the lunch counter sit-in of February 1, 1960. The Guilford Courthouse National Military Park is nearby, honoring one of the most important battles of the Revolutionary War.

The arts and entertainment are alive and well in Greensboro, too, with concerts, more than 40 art museums, theatre, parks and gardens, and sporting events. Exercise or stroll through one of Greensboro’s beautiful parks and gardens, or experience its 90 miles of trails.

Shop till you drop! From the perfect pair of pumps to high-flying fashion, gifts, and antiques, you’re sure to find great shopping around town. Visit Replacements, Ltd., the largest retailer of old and new china, crystal, silver, and collectibles in the world.

From world-class haute cuisine to down-home, pit-cooked barbecue, Greensboro’s selection of restaurants offers pleasures for every palate. Creative cuisine blends traditional Southern recipes with authentic dishes brought by a diverse ethnic population. Many of these restaurants are well-known for using locally produced goods and products. Bon appétit!

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