RCR Racing Museum

Lexington

For NASCAR racing fans, a trip to the RCR campus in Welcome is a highlight of their trip to Lexington. There you will find the Richard Childress Racing Museum & Gift Shop, along with RCR’s Race Shops!

The RCR Museum covers over 47,000 square feet. In it you’ll find the original No. 3 race shop, built in 1986, and the original RCR Museum which was built in 1991. The museum displays over 50 racing vehicles – including over 25 of the No. 3 GM Goodwrench Chevrolets driven by Dale Earnhardt, 16 video screens that showcase key victories in RCR history, and displays of racing memorabilia, photographs, banners and trophies. You will also see the Daytona 500 winning cars driven by Dale Earnhardt and Kevin Harvick.

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Davidson County Historical Museum

Lexington

The Davidson County Historical Museum is located in the Old Courthouse on the square in Historic Uptown Lexington. The Courthouse itself is a historical treasure built in 1858. On the National Register of Historic Places since 1971, the Old Courthouse is regarded as one of the foremost examples of temple form architecture in the Southeastern United States. The museum offers exhibits, programs and other activities that capture the history of Davidson County through local artifacts, photographs and archival materials from growing collections.

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Conrad & Hinkle

Lexington

In business since 1919, Conrad & Hinkle is an old-fashioned grocery that provides hand cut meats to order in the meat department, fresh local fruits and vegetables, and homemade delicacies like pimento cheese and chicken salad. And just like in days gone by – they still make some home deliveries! Help the store celebrate it’s 100th anniversary this year.

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The Candy Factory

Lexington

Located under the red & white striped awning in the heart of historic Uptown Lexington, The Candy Factory is a treasure trove for children of all ages – especially those with a sweet tooth.  Here the delicious fun of nostalgic candies, Red Bird peppermint puffs and homemade fudge are encircled with country antiques, collectibles and novelty items.

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Bull City Ciderworks

Lexington

The cidery has 16 cider tops and a selection of canned NC craft beer. Board games, cornhole, live music, community events and HD televisions. Children and friendly dogs are welcome. Feel free to bring your own eats.

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Bob Timberlake Gallery & Museum

Lexington

Experience a uniquely crafted building – home to the fine art work of NC’s most recognized living artist; Showcases the Timberlake furniture line, inspired by 18th century artisans; Extensive collection of original paintings, limited edition reproductions; Collections featuring historical, artistic, and cultural artifacts.

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