The North Carolina Museum of Arts is featuring some of the most exclusive Porsches in the world until January 20th, 2014. Porsche by Design has on display a private collection of 22 automobiles that take visitors throughout the concept and designs based on the lifetime work and fundamental ideas of the founder Professor Ing. Ferdinand Porsche. The House of Porsche was born in the early 1930’s and since its early beginnings the company principles and values have made of Porsche one the... Full Post >
Don’t worry -- everyone in Durham is friendly and it is guaranteed you’ll have a blast! Check the schedule and make some plans to go and cheer for The Durham Bulls. Allow yourself some extra time and arrive early to have a cold pint at the award winning Full Steam Brewery before the game. If it happens to be a Friday, this is your lucky day -- the game will end with a great display of fireworks! We know hot dogs and pretzels are a hard thing to resist, however, make some room for one last... Full Post >
The Tar Heel State is very well known in the collective imaginary for its beloved Andy Griffith and the Wright Brothers, not to mention the small rolling farms, tobacco fields and textile industries. Nonetheless, it is a quiet fact that Greensboro houses what is considered the greenest hotel in America. The Proximity Hotel is the first Platinum LEED certified green hotel in the United States. The building uses 40% less energy and 30% less water than any other hotel its size. The sun's... Full Post >
Even in the middle of winter, our Beltie cows have stories to tell and we are always happy to share those with you. This little one was born at 10:43a.m. on February, 13th, 2013. Cupid was tough enough to let us see his furry tail on this gloomy and rainy day. If you find yourself wandering around Fearrington grounds make a quick stop to say hi. Cheers Cupid! Full Post >
Why get away when everyone else does? Enjoy the Inn’s award-winning service and cuisine and stunning gardens, Mon-Thurs. Includes overnight stay, afternoon tea and full breakfast, and a $50 credit per person for dinner at The Fearrington Granary. Starts at $375.