Attractions

Lumberton offers moderate climate, affordable housing, excellent medical care, natural beauty, entertainment, historic and cultural attractions, recreation, nearness to the beach and
mountains and great golf. Wake up to history, culture and fun!

Historic Train Depot

Rowland NC
910-422-3822

A completely restored railroad depot donated to the Town of Rowland by CXX Railways. It features the history of Rowland and railroading as well as including original office equipment. From I-95 take exit 2. Travel west on NC 130 to Rowland. Free. Contact is R. L. Campbell. Tours by appointment.

Border Belt Farmers Museum and Welcome Center

101 Thompson St., Fairmont NC

Early tobacco warehouse artifacts and farming equipment are on display in this converted Atlantic Coastline Railway Depot. Look at the early years of other Robeson County industries such as railway, timber and turpentine.From I-95 take exit 10 and follow the signs to Fairmont NC. The museum is behind the Post Office.Free admission. Hours are M,W,F 11am-3pm.

Marietta Gardens

8577 NC Hwy. 904, Fairmont, NC 910-628-9466

Specializing in daylilies. An official AHS Display Garden. Open for business and visitors from 9 a.m. through 6 p.m. daily. We are generally in the garden during the bloom season, but please call before you come to make sure you are not disappointed.

Robeson County Fairgrounds

3788 Martin Luther King Drive (Hwy. 41 South) Lumberton NC

The Robeson Regional Agricultural Fair takes place each Fall.

Southeastern North Carolina Agricultural Events Center

This is a state of the art, multi-facet facility that can be utilized by all. We have recently completed our new Pavilion on an 84+ acre site. The Pavilion is over 55,000 square feet, which is heated and ventilated. This includes approximately a 32,660 square foot (136'x240') show ring, vending concourse and seating area, show office, concession area and hospitality suite. The footing is adaptable to a wide range of events that include horse shows, livestock events, trade shows and motor sports events. In addition, we offer a 10,380 square foot Meeting Center Exposition Hall that is climate controlled and adaptable for your needs.

Museum of Native American Resource Center

910-521-282

Step into another cultural dimension as you tour this museum featuring arts and crafts from the tribal Lumbee Indian life. Admission is free. Open 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday-Saturday. Newly remodeled in Spring 2008, the museum features three new exhibits.

Robeson Planetarium

910-671-6015

Established as a part of the Public School of Robeson County, the Robeson Planetarium opened its doors in January 1969. Since then, over 600,000 visitors have gained a deeper understanding of the universe. A science center and gift shop are also on the site.

African American Cultural Center

West 3rd St., Lumberton NC

910-738-7712

Collection of artifacts and paintings/photographs. Contributions and accomplishments of local African Americans are highlighted. Facility has a kitchen and can accommodate up to 100 people.

Osterneck Auditorium

102 North Chestnut St., Lumberton NC

910-739=4859

Site of art exhibits, Fextival of Trees, Visiting Authors series, etc.

Caroline Civic Center

North Chestnut St Lumberton NC 28358
910-738-4339

On the National Register of Historic Places and a member of the League of Historic American Theatres, the Carolina Civic Center is one of downtown Lumberton's most historic landmarks.Built in 1928 as a movie palace, it was saved from destruction by concerned citizens of Robeson County.PLANNING A CLASS REUNION OR OTHER SPECIAL EVENT? The Carolina Civic Center is available for rental for your next special event or production! Call us to get rates (including special rates for nonprofits)! Holding a class reunion? We can show a favorite film from your senior year on our state-of-the-art projection and sound equipment: massive 15 by 25 foot screen, Bose speaker system and Sanyo 12,000 lumens digital projector. A unique experience in a very unique setting. Call 910-738-4339 for more information.

Red Springs Historical Museum

504 E. Fourth Avenue Red Springs NC 28377
910-843-7300

Displays include early family life, education, military, farming, baseball, medical/dental,and businesses. Open Tuesday and Sunday 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Take exit 20 and travel west on Hwy. 211 approximately 11 miles. For appointments or special tours, call 910-843-4654.

Robeson County History Museum

101 South Elm Street Lumberton NC 28358
910-738-7979

Housed in a former railway express station built in 1908, the museum has a rotating historic display that changes every two months. Artifacts recount Robeson County life and accomplishments from the earliest inhabitants to more recent past. Free. Call for hours. From I-95 take exit 20 and travel east on Hwy. 211 to Elm St. Go south on Elm Street to downtown Lumberton.

Exploration Station

104 N. Chestnut St Lumberton NC 28358
910-738-1114

Children can play doctor, milk a cow, put on a play, dress like a fireman, do crafts, etc. There is a play area for infants designed to help them develop their minds, even at just a few months of age. Closed on Sunday and Monday. Opens at 10:00 a.m. other days. Closes at 5:00 on Tues, Wed, and Fri.; 8:00 on Thurs.; and 4:00 on Sat.

 

 

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