Things To Do In Greensboro

47% Off Martial Arts

Creative N'rgy Dance Studio

Forest Oaks

$45 $24

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

53% Off Bowling for Four at Triad Lanes

Triad Lanes


$40 $19


Groups of up to four lace up provided shoes and hurl bowling balls down well-oiled lanes

Up to 47% Off at Bumper Jumpers Indoor Playground

Bumper Jumpers


$30 $16

A 14,000-square-foot facility with inflatable basketball and football games, air-filled dinosaurs, and an alligator bounce house

50% Off a Classic Car Show and Auction

GAA Classic Cars


$30 $15

Prospective buyers, sellers, and automotive hobbyists can peruse hundreds of classic cars such as Corvettes, Mustangs, and Camaros

Up to 67% Off Entry to The Carolina Weddings Show

The Carolina Weddings Show

Multiple Locations

$39.97 $15

Wedding expo features vendors such as florists, caterers, and photographers, as well as hourly fashion shows

45% Off Horseback Riding

High Caliber Stables


$140 $77

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Up to 57% Off at Exploration Dayz - Leisure Offers

Exploration Dayz - Leisure Offers


$160 $69

Kids make new friends, go on field trips, skate, swim, bowl, and learn foreign languages in week of summer camp

Up to 51% Off at Kids’ Indoor Inflatable Playspace 

Monkey Joe's


$19.98 $11

Kids bounce off the walls of inflatable obstacle courses and slides as they race through this colorful indoor playground

Up to 69% Off Group-Training Classes at Foundation Fitness

Foundation Fitness


$200 $69

Get in shape in motivating group-fitness classes

45% Off Sports Camp

Elite Athlete Sports


$125 $69

Academic and athletic summer camp that begins June 16th, lasts for six weeks, and takes place on the campus of Bennett College

Up to 51% Off Winter Boot Camp

Proehlific Park Family Sports Complex and Fitness Center


$139 $69


Start down the path to good health with fitness assessment and nutrition plan before jumping into strength-training and cardio workouts

Up to 53% Off CrossFit Training

CrossFit Greensboro

Hewitt Area

$35 $17

Personal training or kids crossfit help participants get into shape with a variety of workouts, including gymnastic-style exercises

Up to 74% Off Stroller Fit Classes

Carr Fit


$130 $39

Stroller Fit classes combine cardio and circuit training and allow parents to work out with their kids in tow

Up to 53% Off Gym Membership or Group Training Classes

ABSolute Fitness NC


$30 $14

Members can take advantage of machines, cardio equipment, & free weights; organized group training keeps participants focused & challenged

Up to 80% Off Surfset Fitness Classes

The Wellness Xchange

On Location

$600 $120

Elevated surfboards are the stage for a multi-planar workout that strengthens the core, develops stabilizer muscles, and burns fat

Up to 66% Off Tai Chi Classes

A to Zen Yoga

Old Irving Park

$100 $37

A tai chi instructor leads groups through graceful, low-impact movements that reduce stress and strengthen muscles

Greensboro Symphony – Up to 67% Off Simon & Garfunkel Tribute

The Sounds Of Simon & Garfunkel with Greensboro Symphony

White Oak Amphitheatre

$27.35 $10


Jonathan Beedle and A.J. Swearingen's popular Simon & Garfunkel tribute is elevated by the sweeping sounds of the Greensboro Symphony

Up to 70% Off Martial-Arts Classes or Party

Lee Brothers

Multiple Locations

$169.99 $52

Learn the basics of or celebrate a birthday with martial arts including Taekwondo and Hapkido

Up to 56% Off One-Hour Private Golf Lessons

North Carolina Golf Academy

Multiple Locations

$95 $47

PGA member and Golf Digest instructor helps golfers perfect their swings and other aspects of their game during one-hour lessons

Select Local Merchants

Greensboro Tennis Program spreads the gospel of competitive racket flailing by maintaining the courts and stewarding lessons, clinics, and tournament play over seven Greensboro tennis sites. Its staff of tennis masters presides over a thriving junior development program with more than 70 young baseliners that have a North Carolina State ranking, which can be attributed to instructors' success in teaching proper stroke technique, footwork, and changeover intimidation tactics. The Program also hosts clinics for adults and United States Tennis Association tournaments for players of all ages and abilities throughout the year.

3802 Jaycee Park Dr.

In fast-paced matches, gals on the all-female, skater-owned Greensboro Roller Derby dash around the track, throwing hips and shoulders into opposing skaters in a full-contact race for the high score. In the booming sport of roller derby, teams sets up on a flat track, each positioning four blockers in front and a jammer close behind. Jammers dash forward while battling and dodging blockers, scoring one point for each blocker who is passed or hypnotized with a pocket watch. The sport rewards agility, speed, and wearing burly kneepads, as jammers face a gauntlet of menacing bumps, blocks, bear hugs, and grandmotherly cheek pinches on the road to victory. In the exciting November matchup, the Battleground Betties will defend their June victory against the Mad Dollies, who arrive amped up by a recent win in October, and December's championship match will pit the top two teams (TBD) against one another in a furious final bout. Despite the merciless skating techniques in play, the gals' good humor shows in their voluptuous costumes, outlandish alter-ego monikers, and jovial piledrivers.

1500 Dans Rd

A comprehensive and contemporary hotbed of health, The Club provides a brawny bounty of fitness amenities designed to satisfy workout goals and accommodate a wide range of lifestyle needs. Personal trainers encourage long-lasting results by educating members about proper exercise techniques and keeping them accountable to their set goals in a one-on-one or small-group setting. Emerging hard bodies can be further enhanced by an array of group exercise classes such as body step, an all-systems workout that combines aerobic action with music, or the more intense boot camp—a 45-minute regime designed to sculpt clay-like sinew and provide a competitive advantage in workplace capture-the-flag games. Members who prefer to engage in solitary self-sculpting can take advantage of everything else the luxurious facilities have to offer, such as the Oak Branch's 10-lane indoor pool, or the Green Valley location's five racquetball courts.

21 Oak Branch Drive

The certified swimming coaches of Swim Fanatics Swim Club instruct wee waders ages 2–15 in proper swimming technique and water-safety basics, with a maximum of six swimmers per coach and one coach per four kids ages 2–9. Tadpoles will practice breathing and basic strokes as well as proper Marco Polo evasions and boogie-board Morse code. Each week has a theme, such as Purple People Eaters "Dino Discovery," which supplements its aquativity with nature-filled treks through park grounds as kids search for an elusive T. rex that frequently hides itself by donning Groucho glasses. Children also get a chance to escape the summer sun's stink eye with indoor group adventures and craft time. Parents should equip children's backpacks with plenty of sunscreen and a change of clothes for terrestrial activities. Camps are held rain or shine.

5834 Bur-Mil Club Rd.

At Greensboro Sportsplex, guests can cheer on a roller-derby bout, join a pickup basketball game, and go for a cool-down jog on the treadmill without ever leaving the building. As an all-purpose stop for anyone craving activity, the expansive locale allows its visitors to choose their degree of game involvement: leagues, sports lessons, and tournaments cater to competitive types, whereas open play sessions prompt more casual meet-ups on the courts. The facility ushers every age group toward exercise with specialized programs, such as summer camps for children and senior classes on pickleball.

With eight indoor basketball courts, four soccer fields, and a roller-hockey rink, the Sportsplex is a sanctuary for versatile players and viewers who usually watch games through a kaleidoscope. Alongside the designated game arenas, the Rush! fitness complex preps muscles for fundamental strength and agility.

2400 16th St

Chief Instructor Ed Catalano teaches traditional Moo Duk Kwan Tae Kwon Do, one of the original Kwans in Korea, and passes his knowledge onto his students at Defensive Martial Arts. Adults and children alike come to the studio and kick and jump across the traditional red and blue mats. Through his classes, Mr. Catalano hopes to instill more than just a knowledge of martial arts in his students. His classes also teach self-defense, leadership, fitness, discipline, and respect while students gain self-confidence.

2227 West Lee Street