'Station "5" A Cut Above
134 N. Lee St., Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: '(704) 637-2244
Downtown Salisbury.
"Be Inspired" Feelin' Station Artisan Studio
St. Stephens Church Rd, Gold Hill, NC  28071
Friday:  12pm - until Saturday: 12pm - 5pm or lights off Sunday: 12pm - 4pm or lights off
1839 Antiques
218 W Cemetery Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704-633-1839
Over 5,000 square feet of affordable English and American furniture, prints, china, silver, brass and copper. Largest selection of old stained glass windows in the area.Tues, Wed,  Fri, & Sat 10-5
A-1 Carolina Coins & Collectibles
110 E. Innes Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: (704) 633-6530
Near Downtown Salisbury
Adella Apparel
105 B North Main Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704.213.4954
Women's clothing & accessories! Brands we carry: Aspen bay Candles Tokyo Milk Gentle Fawn Fighting Eel Alternative Apparel & much more! Find us on Facebook or Twitter!
African American Heritage Trail
The Gateway Building, 204 E. Innes, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 7046383100
Toll-Free: 8003322343
This self-guided tour chronicles the historic moments, great leaders and lives of generations of African-Americans who lived, worked and contributed to the industrial, artistic, cultural and spiritual life of the Salisbury community.
Amtrak Station - Salisbury
Corner of Depot and Liberty Streets, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704.638.4281
Toll-Free: 800.872.7245
Attendant is on duty daily at this historically renovated station to answer passenger questions beginning one hour before each train arrives, until 30 minutes after each train departs.  "Quit Trak" available to purchase tickets by credit card when window is not open.  Ticket reservation phone available, free parking, no checked baggage, no ticket window sales. Daily trains include: 73, 74, 75, 76 (Raleigh to Charlotte) 79, 80 (New York to Charlotte) and 19, 20 (New Orleans to New York).
AnnaCraig Boutique
117 West Innes Street, Salisbury, NC  NC
Phone: 704-870-2391
Women's Clothing Store Hours: Monday-Friday: 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.; Saturday: 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Antiquarius
108 N. Main St., Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: (704) 633.8080
Thu-Fri 12:00-4:00, Sat 12:00-2:00 or by appointment Appraisal Services
Artemesia Artworks
323 W Harrison Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704-637-7193
ArtemesiaArtworks & Yoga Studio HATHA YOGA With Lewellen INTEGRATE BODY & MIND STRESS REDUCTION INCREASED FLEXIBILITY BREATH WORK INCREASED STRENGTH Tues 4:00 pm Tues 5:45 pm Thurs 5:45 pm 323 W. HARRISON ST. SALISBURY, NC For Information & Registration Call 704-637-7193 www.artemesiayoga.com A Higher Quality of Practice
Author Nancy Brewer's Log Cabin
St. Stephens Church Rd, Gold Hill, NC  28071
Phone: 980.622.5177
Author of Carolina Rain, Beyond Sandy Ridge, A Doll Named Fannie, Quotes and Poems in Black and White - Received the Jefferson Davis Historical Gold Medal.
Back Home
1035 Back St, Gold Hill, NC  28071
Find unique and lovely home décor, antiques, gifts, as well as local crafters & artists wares when you come to Back Home. 
Bakery, Baskets & Gifts
St. Stephens Church Rd, Gold Hill, NC  28071
Delicious home-made baked goods!!  Come get delicious cakes, cookies, candies and breads. You’ll also find Lindsay’s hand-make baskets and gifts!
Beggar's Bazaar
429 N Lee Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704.213.4101
Mon-Sat 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.; auctions Thurs
Bicycling Rowan County
204 E Innes Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Toll-Free: 800-332-2343
This 226-mile system links cities, towns, points of interest and recreational areas via the more lightly traveled roads favored by local bicyclists. This is a great way to explore Rowan County.
Blue Waters Pool
6930 Faith Road, Salisbury, NC  28146
Phone: 704-279-1015
Blue Waters Pool Has 20,000 Sq. Ft. Of Water To Swim In With Lots Of Shallow Area For The Kids. Pool open May 15th through Labor Day. There Are 2 Jump Boards, Tube Slides And A Kiddie Slide.  You Can Enjoy Our 200 ft Concrete Beach To Get That Tropical Tan. There Are Bath Houses With Showers To Change Before And After Your Day At The Pool.  Visit Our Snack Bar, Grill ( Great Food)  And  Sno Shack.  Pool Admission Not Required To Visit Grill, Arcade,  Sno Shack  or Batting We Have Picnic Tables With A Country Setting And A Large Arcade With Pool Tables And Video Machines.
Bounce City
120 N Church Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704.310.5610
Bounce City accept walk-in guests any time we're open. Bring your kids 13 years-old and younger, to our inflatable play center any time, where they can safely bounce, jump, slide, dance, ride, and have fun.Our play area of wall-to-wall jumping, sliding,dancing, riding and bouncing fun features inflatable slides, jumps, and obstacle courses, Giddy Up Rides, dance floor guaranteed to keep your kids active, happy, and healthy.
Campbell Blueberry Farm
2275 River Road, Richfield, NC  28137
Phone: 704.661.3381
A pick your own operation; however if requested we will pick for you. Open early June through early August on Tuesdays - Saturdays from 8:30 am until 11:30 am and other times by special arrangement. Located at 2275 River Road on Tuckertown Lake between Stokes Ferry Road and Bringle Ferry Road on the Eastern Rowan County line.   Call us for directions and availability.   Blueberries grown naturally with organic material. No pesticides used.
Caniche
200 South Main St, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704-638-5522
Caniche is a unique shop offering fine home accessories, furnishings and unique gifts, tasty lunch options, as well as bakery with their locally famous cupcakes. You haven't seen cupcakes like this before. Each one is a work of art.   Some of the lines carried by the store include: Chelsea House, Simon Pearce, Glenda Gies handbags, Lolita hand-painted stemware and much more.   Caniche offers a wide variety of services: Interior design consultation special orders in-house monogramming/embroidery wedding registry beautiful gift wrap and special delivery & shipping   Caniche offers products for the "tweener" Youth between 8-18.  
Carolina Adventures Guide Service
222 West Glenview Drive, Salisbury, NC  28147
Phone: 7046338120
Uwharrie Lakes Region fresh water fishing guide service specializing in Striper on local lakes in south-central North Carolina. Call for details 704-633-8120 Dennis Pethel
Carolina Lily
314 Depot St., Salisbury, NC  28146
Phone: 704.639.0033
Come and spend the day strolling through century old boxwoods and magnolias at the antique country farmplace of Carolina Lily. Enjoy a unique gathering of new and vintage treasures. 
Catawba College
2300 West Innes Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 7046374111
The picturesque campus offers a variety of options for meetings, conventions and even sporting events. Seating 154, The Tom Smith Auditorium features nearby teaching rooms, which are available for classroom groups of 20 to 50. The campus is also home to Keppel Auditorium, seating 1500, and Hedrick Little Theatre, which seats 250. Between the two theatres, the Crystal Lounge will accommodate up to 225 for receptions, dining or lectures, with catering facilities available. Sporting facilities include: Frock Athletic Complex (field hockey & soccer) Goodman Gymnasium: 3500 (basketball & volleyball) Johnson Tennis Center: 6 courts Newman Park: 2500 (Baseball) Shuford Stadium: 5000 (football, lacrosse, track & field) Abernethy PE Center: aquatics.
Catawba College Center for the Environment
2300 W Innes Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704.637.4727
The Catawba College Center for the Environment is committed to educating the community and region – both students and public -- about environmental stewardship and sustainability and to involving the faculty, staff, students and the Center’s partners in programs and activities in the community, region and state that promote sustainable solutions to the environmental problems we face.   The Center offers workshops, seminars and speakers addressing important environmental issues.
Cauble Creek Vineyard
700 Cauble Farm Rd, Salisbury, NC  28147
Phone: 704.633.1137
Cauble Creek Vineyard LLC is an estate vineyard and is in its start-up phase, a new state of the art winery specializing in Muscadine wine products and providing sales of local community goods. Not only offering quality products to our customers but also promoting future economical tourism growth to Rowan County, NC. We are proud to say that Cauble Creek Vineyard is recognized as the 100th Winery in the state of North Carolina. Hours: Friday and Saturday 11am-6pm and Sunday 1pm-6pm
Center for Faith & the Arts
207 W. Harrison St, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704-647-0999
Founded in 1995, Center for Faith & the Arts set out to be a regional center, to provide a functioning organization for relating faith to the high arts in North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, eastern Tennessee, and northern Georgia. Serving that area remains the major mission of the Center even though the area has expanded a bit as the Center has become better known.          The essence of all the Center’s activities is dialogue, engaging people in serious consideration and discussion of things that matter. The Center offers a wide variety of arts programs (architecture, cinema, dance, drama, fine art, literature, music, photography, and sculpture). These programs include reading and discussion groups, lectures, exhibits, and film screenings.
China Grove Roller Mill
308 N. Main St., China Grove, NC  28023
Phone: 704-433-3912
For one hundred years, the China Grove Roller Mill was in continuous operation and was a meeting place for the agricultural community surrounding the town of China Grove. Farmers came to sell their grain for flour and corn meal production, to purchase farm necessities and to socialize. When visitors enter the roller mill, they are transported to an earlier time, where wheat and corn were turned into flour and corn meal. The story of the community and the roller mill are told in pictorial exhibits, artifact displays and video.The Roller Mill Museum is available for receptions, meetings and public events. A catering kitchen near two all-purpose rooms supports these uses.The museum is open to the public at advertised times and by appointment. 
Clyde's
224 E Bank Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704.639.1890
On the site of Confederate Prison, houses antiques and artifacts. The 1840's log structure, overlooks where the main gate of the prison once stood. This structure was the Garrison house for the guards and is all that remains of the Salisbury Military Prison. Open Thursdays.
Collectivity - The Comic Shoppe
111 W. Fisher Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704.637.2578
Antique & Retail Shop
Corbin Hills Golf Course
431 Wildwood Drive, Salisbury, NC  28147
Phone: 704-636-0672
Fax: 704-636-1897
One-half mile east of I-85 take exit 76, go east ½ mile then left on Stokes Ferry Road then left on Wild Wood Drive. Close to motels. Chosen as one of the 25 best public golf courses in the area by Charlotte Metro Survey.
Correll Farms
1185 Woodleaf-Barber Road, Cleveland, NC  27013
Phone: 704-278-2329
The Correll Farm has been in the family for 4 generations and over 100 years, and until November 2005 was a dairy farm and wholesale tomato operation. Currently we are raising beef cattle, dairy heifers, tomatoes for wholesale, and many vegetables and some fruits to sell at local Farmers Markets, as well as at our farm. Our goal is to create a family friendly business where our children can share in the rewards of farming and we can work together as a family. We take great pride in selling only the highest quality produce, with all items grown on our farm. Our children help with the planting, growing, harvest and selling of our crops, so food safety is extremely important to us. David & Sam Correll  704-278-2329 Farm    
Country Club of Salisbury
747 Club Drive, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704-637-3200
Fax: 704-637-3584
Welcome to the Country Club of Salisbury! …a special place where for over 80 years we have met the social and recreational needs of our members and guests.  Founded in 1919, the Country Club of Salisbury is one of the oldest Country Clubs in the south, with a focus on maintaining tradition, while embracing the future.   Include us in your plans... Our courteous, skilled planning professionals, innovative menus, and full service amenities ensure a pleasant and positive experience with us at the Country Club of Salisbury.   Contact us…for more information on how we can assist you, or to schedule a consultation, contact Freddine Crabtree, Banquet Sales Manager at fcrabtree@ccofsalisbury.com   The Country Club of Salisbury is a premier, private country club delivering superior service, quality facilities and turnkey solutions for your corporate banquet and meeting needs.  
Creative Teaching Aids
310 S. Main St., Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704.633.8836
Creative Teaching Aids has provided students, parents and teachers with one of the largest selections of instructional supplies in the southeast for over 30 years. The owners/managers have well over 100 years of educational experience to help you. Join us in our goal to "Inspire Young Minds!"
Crescent Golf Club
220 Laurel Valley Way, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 7046470025
Fax: 704-630-6212
Located just 40 minutes from downtown Charlotte, or 45 minutes from the Triad. In 2001, GolfCarolina.com, a TravelGolf.com Publication, rated Crescent Golf Club No. 4 on their Top Ten Best Values of Charlotte list saying: "John LaFoy designed the course, which winds it's way through an old dairy farm and is an interesting and in as good shape as anything you will find in Charlotte for the money". You will use every club in your bag. Very smooth, consistent greens. A challenge for everyone. Championship (6822 yards, 72.9 rating, 129 slope); Back (70.4 rating, 125 slope); Middle (5767 yards, 67.9 rating, 116 slope); Forward (5163 yards, 70.1 rating, 118 slope); rstrnt./lounge, range, putt. green, chip. green, pro shop, rentals; Open year-round.
Critters, Cards, and Gifts
125 S Main St, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704.636.5669
Unique gifts and toys
Crossroads: Past Into Present
1st block West Fisher Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704-633-5946
One of Salisbury and Rowan County's most famous attactions. This mural painted by Salisbury native, Cynvia Arthur Rankin  features an authentic look at the turn-of-the-century downtown Salisbury. There are over 100 local citizens dressed in period costumes represented in the mural. The mural has appeared nationally on NBC and has been featured numerous times in area newspapers, national publications, magazines and brochures.
Curiosities Gifts
107 E. Innes St., Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704.870.2082
Uniques Gifts for those who have it all. Southern Chic Tees Initial Items Wind & Willow Stephen Joseph Wine A Rita and Much More
Dead Ed's
123 E. Innes St., Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704.245.6464
ALTERNATIVE CLOTHING AND ACCESSORIES
Designing U Salon
114 W. Innes St, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704.636.0093
In Downtown Salisbury
Dixonville Cemetery
Monroe St. and Old Concord Road, Salisbury, NC  28144
African-American burying ground.  Includes slaves and their descendants.  Earliest extant marker dated 1851.  Over 425 documented burials since 1910.Please visit www.salisburync.gov for more information.
Douglas Vineyards
7696 Freeze Rd, Kannapolis, NC  28081
Phone: 704.936.6260
Tastings are available every weekend and feature quality handcrafted wines of all varieties.
Down South Cafe
840 St. Steven's Church Road, Gold Hill, NC  28071
Phone: 336 534-0926
Home-style country cooking with ribs, barbeque, chicken, Philly cheese steaks, and much more!  Catering available. Open Friday, 1:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m., Saturday, 11:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m., and Sunday, 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Downtown Salisbury, Inc.
204 E. Innes St., Suite 206, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704.637.7814
For over 250 years Downtown Salisbury has been recognized for its beauty and considered as one of the best places in N.C. for shopping, sightseeing and relaxing. Our diversity of shops, restaurants, antique stores, living history and cultural attractions promise an extraordinary experience! Downtown Salisbury is a great place to spend a day, a weekend or a lifetime.
Dr. Josephus Hall House
226 S. Jackson Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 7046360103
This impressive house museum was once home to Dr. Josephus Hall, Chief Surgeon at the Salisbury Confederate Prison during the Civil War. Built in 1820 in the Federal style, additions in 1859 and in 1900 have given the house Greek Revival and Victorian features. The interior boasts painted ceilings, original fixtures, and an impressive collection of mid-Victorian furnishings and decorative accessories belonging to the Hall family. Docents in period costume conduct guided tours.  Beginning March 2, 2013, the public will learn more about the roles it and Dr. Hall played in the Salisbury Confederate Prison.  A new exhibit, “Captive in a Foreign Land: Life and Death in a Civil War Prison Camp” explores the conditions inside one of ten prisoner of war camps used by the South.  Using artifacts and images, tour guides will lead guest through this 1820 Federal style house and offer an understanding of conditions witnessed by both the prisoners and Dr. Hall on a daily basis.  Hours: Saturdays and Sundays 1pm until 4pm. Group tours can be scheduled during the week by appointment.
Dunn's Mountain Park
1640 Dunns Mountain Rd., Salisbury, NC  28146
Phone: 704-216-7800
Toll-Free: 1-866-767-2757
With a donation from Friends of the Mountain and a Parks and Recreation Trust Fund Grant and generosity of the Land Trust For Central North Carolina, this property is the newest Rowan County Park. Transportation to the top of mountain is available Saturday and Sunday only during operating hours.
E.H. Montgomery General Store
770 St. Stephens Church Road, Gold Hill, NC  28071
Phone: 704.267.9439
Come to the Montgomery General Store for old fashioned candies, Amish made Jam & Jellies, Gold Hill T-Shirts & souvenirs, ice cream, sodas, & sweets, original and commissioned art and more. Educational tour info and rental info for Gold Hill Mines Historic Park are available here as well as Gold history books, prospecting supplies and instruction booklets. Host store for Friday night Bluegrass, every Friday at 7-9pm year round. "Home is where the Hearth Is, Come prop your feet up on ours!"Hours:  Thurs 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Fri 11:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m., Sat 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Sun 12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Eagle Point Nature Preserve
665 Black Road, Salisbury, NC  28147
Phone: 7046362089
Toll-Free: 8667672757
Two hundred acre natural area on remote part of High Rock Lake. Visitors can hike 4.5 miles of trails to vistas of the lake and wildlife observation points. Self-introspective nature trails, old home sites, seasonal canoe access, and fishing from the shore.
Eagle's Farm
2924 Old Mocksville Road, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704-647-0063
Products Available: Strawberries, Pick Your Own, Cucumbers, Squash, Tomatoes, Roadside Markets Hours of Operation: Monday - Saturday 8 am-6 pm Product Specifications:Strawberries - May 1-June 1(pyo) Squash, Cucumbers, Tomatoes - June-Sept (pre-picked) Located 601 N. from Salisbury to East Ridge Road, turn right, go to 2nd crossroad and turn right onto Old Mocksville Road. Farm is located 3/4 mile on left. Owner: Steve Eagle  
EastSquare ArtWorks
120/122 East Innes Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704.798.2279
EastSquare ArtWorks' historical up-fit of an old bakery factory has brought the excitement of contemporary art and design to the historic beauty of downtown Salisbury, home of the Waterworks Visual Arts Center. EastSquare ArtWorks' working studios, galleries, and arts incubator is the brainchild of four nationally established artists and entrepreneurs who relocated to Salisbury, North Carolina in 2006 from California, Colorado and Malaysia.   Open by Appointment.
Edith M. Clark History/Genealogy Room-Rowan Public Library
201 W. Fisher Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 7042168232
Fax: 7046383013
The Edith M. Clark History Room of the Rowan Public Library is a valuable resource for family historians whose ancestors came from the Southern and Middle Atlantic colonies. The collection focuses on all of North Carolina with significant holdings from bordering states and those showing heavy migration in and out of the Piedmont. Resources are also available for those interested in local history. Hours are as follows:  Monday through Wednesday 9 am - 9 pm, Thursday 9 am - 6 pm, Friday and Saturday 9 am - 5 pm.  No Sunday hours.  On Saturday only the History Room closes for lunch from 12:30pm-1:00pm. 
Expressions
118 E. Fisher St., Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704.633.8686
Specializing in the industry’s most reliable name brands and the highest quality products; Expressions truly is your one stop shop. We offer everything from budget friendly water pipes to one of a kind custom glass wares. From HVY to HiSi we have it all! Our stores also stock the finest selection of vaporizers on the market, from Vaporite to Volcanoes! Tobacco, lighters, grinders, digital scales, papers, blunts, hookahs, shisha, incense, posters, clothing, literature and jewelry the list goes on! We have made it our goal to offer something for everyone. With 20+ years in the industry we have made connections that will save you money! Over the past few years each of our stores have undergone major changes and renovations, some of them have even moved. With that being said, you NEED to come see what we bring to the table. Selection, value and service are all daily occurrences here at Expressions! Feeling a little bored with your appearance? Some of our stores even offer body piercing! You can get modified in Boone, Salisbury and Wilmington. Each of these stores also stocks a large selection of high grade-low cost body jewelry. If you only need a little barbell, we got it. How about hand carved custom plugs, we have those too! Each store does have limited piercing hours so be sure to check out the shop tours tab.
Fine Frame Gallery
105 S Main St, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704-647-0430
Located in Historic Downtown Salisbury, North Carolina, the Fine Frame Gallery specializes in local and regional artists, and professional framing.
Firehouse Sweets
207 S. Main St, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704.796.5862
Offering all types of sweet baked goods including speciality cakes, cookies, cheesecake, bagels and pastries. Call to order specialty cakes and pies for holidays and special events.
Fisher Street Interiors
111 W. Fisher St., Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704.638.5522
Full Service Design:design consultation, custom window coverings, plantation shutterswoven woods, designer wall treatments, murals, furniture + upholstery,custom bedding, rugs, lamps + mirrors, custom closets, space planningorganizing, home staging, accessorizing, redesign
Foxwood Golf Club
940 Potneck Road, Salisbury, NC  28147
Phone: 7046372528
Fax: 7046373556
Back (68.0 rating); Middle (5747 yards); Forward (5412 yards) ;18 holes, par 72, ;putt. green, chip. green, pro shop ;Open year-round ;704/637-2528.
Framing Gallery, The
320 North Main Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: (704) 633-1246
Specializing in local and regional artists, and professional framing
Frank's Fine Jewelry
107 North Main Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: (704) 636-3127
Downtown Salisbury
Fun Finds on Fulton
1026 South Fulton Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704-213-6465
Hand Crafted Items-Creative Unique Items. Open: Tuesday-Friday 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM & Saturday 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Gold Hill File Store
750 St. Stephens Church Rd, Gold Hill, NC  28071
Phone: 919.812.1666
The File Store is the place for antiques, home decor, and more. Come into this 1906’s unique former general store to see treasures of the past and present Open:  Friday and Saturday from 11 - 5 & Sunday from 1 - 5! 
Gold Hill Mines Historic Park
755 St Stephen's Church Road, Gold Hill, NC  28071
Phone: 7042795674
70 acre historic theme park - the site of Barnhardt and Randolph Gold Mines reportedly the richest mining properties East of the Mississippi. Home of the first gold rush.
Good Stuff 5 & 10
220 S. Main St., Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704.637.1700
Open Tues - Fri, 11:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.;  Saturda 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Great Finds & Designs
429 N. Main St., Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: (704) 633-6006
Mon - Fri 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.; sat 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.Great Finds & Designs is a fine consignment shop with beautiful items, furniture and accessories, new, used and collectables to complete any home.
Green Life Massage
118 E. Council St, Ste. 6, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: (704) 637-5750
Downtown Salisbury
Griffin's Guitars
121 S Main St., Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704.798.5205
New, used, vintage guitars.Open Mon - Fri 10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.; Sat 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Growing Pains Family Consignment
122 S. Main Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: (704) 638-0870
Tues and Sat 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.; Wed-Friday 10:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.Family Consignment 
High Rock Lake
Bringle Ferry Road, Salisbury, NC  28147
Toll-Free: 8003322343
A 15,000-acre reservoir on the Yadkin River featuring excellent boating and fishing opportunities. For information about hunting and fishing regulations and licensing, contact the NC Wildlife Dept. at 919-662-4381. Public boat ramps are located at Smiley's Tamarac Marina (Fee) and at Wildlife Access, by the Second Creek bridge on Bringle Ferry Road.
Historic Downtown Salisbury
Corner of N. Main and E. Liberty Streets, Salisbury, NC  28145
Phone: 7046383100
The 30-square-block area which includes the Dr. Josephus Hall House, built in 1820 as the Salisbury Female Academy, and the Utzman-Chambers House, an 1819 Federal townhouse. A guided audio walking tour is available for rent at the Rowan County Convention & Visitors Bureau that covers this historic district and much of the downtown area.
Historic National Cemetery and Confederate Prison Site
202 Government Road, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 7046383100
Toll-Free: 8003322343
Fax: 7046422011
Dedicated in 1874, this is the final resting place for veterans of all wars. Buried in 18 trench graves are 11,700 Union soldiers who died at the Salisbury Confederate Prison during the Civil War. Including Medal of Honor recipient, Lorenzo Deming who served on the U.S. Picket Boat No. 1, incarcerated at the Prison at the age of 20. Deming's family was presented the Medal of Honor after his death in 1865 by President Andrew Johnson Office open 8 am - 4:30 pm Monday - Friday. Grounds are never closed. This self-guided driving tour is a must for Civil War buffs. Although nothing remains of the Salisbury Prison, the tour poignantly provides insights into this period of our history. Three monuments erected by the State of Maine, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the U.S. Government stand in the Salisbury National Cemetery as a tribute to the Union soldiers who died while at the prison. CDs of the driving tour are available at a charge of $5 at the Visitor Information Center in the Gateway Building located at 204 E. Innes Street
Historic Rockwell Museum
102 East Main Street, Rockwell, NC  28138
Phone: (704) 279-4979
Historic Rockwell Museum displays a representation of late 19th and early 20th century area artifacts. New exhibits are displayed each spring and fall with a festival of trees at Christmas time.
Historic Salisbury Foundation
224 E Horah St., Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704.636.0103
Historic Salisbury Foundation, Inc. is a private nonprofit preservation organization that offers a broad range of services to the Salisbury community. Founded in 1972, the Foundation is in its fourth decade of active participation in planning for the future of Salisbury's special past. The Foundation sponsors the Josephus Hall House Museum, OctoberTour of Homes and several other yearly events. The Foundation is housed in the beautiful Salisbury Station at 215 Depot Street. The Salisbury Station  is available for your special event or meeting and information on rental can be found on the Historic Salisbury Foundation website.
Holiday Caravan Christmas Parade - Spencer to Salisbury
PO Box 2272, Salisbury, NC  28145
Phone: 704-636-5335
Known as the "Carolinas' Loveliest & Liveliest" Holiday Parade; volunteer produced since 1960; quality entertainment, totally free to the public. Parade begins in Spencer NC at 2 pm and in Salisbury NC at 3 pm. One of the few parades in the nation with a holiday theme that goes simultaneously in 2 different towns. Reserved seats available.
Home Town Furniture, Inc.
322 S. Main St., Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: (704) 633-7777
Downtown Salisbury
Huffman's Peaches & Produce
4825 Goodman Lake Road, Salisbury, NC  28146
Phone: 704-637-6762
Fresh peaches, blueberries and other produce when in season. Kevin Huffman
Hurley Park
302 W. Franklin St., Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 7046338950
Elizabeth Holmes Hurley Park is a 14-acre public park composed of woodlands, streams, gardens and quiet pathways. It includes collections of hollies and magnolias, a wildflower garden, an azalea garden, and many other plantings which provide year-round interest and beauty. Finely crafted benches and tables, specially designed bridges and distinctive gazebos enhance the gardens.
Innes Street Drug
112 S. Main Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: (704) 633-4521
Downtown Salisbury 
J.J.'s Produce Market
St. Stephens Church Rd, Gold Hill, NC  28071
Fresh fruits and vegetables picked daily in Gold Hill fields. Support our local farmers and enjoy mouth-watering fresh food!
Jerky Station
107 South Main Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 336.816.4229
A retail store in Downtown Salisbury, NC that features standard, exotic, and natural/organic jerky from all across the USA.
Junie Fleming
3925 NC 801 Hwy, Woodleaf, NC  27054
Phone: 704-278-4345
Tomato Farm -
K-Dee's Jewelers
112 East Innes Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: (704) 636-7110
Downtown Salisbury
Kannapolis Intimidators
2888 Moose Road, Kannapolis, NC  28083
Affiliation The Kannapolis Intimidators are the Single-A farm club in the Chicago White Sox minor league chain. Young players generally one year out of high school or college become Kannapolis Intimidators. The White Sox also have affiliates in Bristol, VA (Rookie), Great Falls, MT (Short Season), Winston-Salem, NC (A-Advanced), Birmingham, AL (AA), and Charlotte, NC (AAA). The 2009 Kannapolis Intimidators finished the season with an overall record of 82-57. League Membership The Intimidators are one of the 14 teams of the Class-A South Atlantic League. The SAL opened its doors with the first season in 1903. The circuit is one of the biggest geographically in Minor League Baseball, including sevens tates spanning from Lakewood, NJ, to Savannah, GA. The Kannapolis Intimidators play in the Northern Division of the South Atlantic League. Schedule The Intimidators play 140 games in the regular season. The team plays 70 home games at Fieldcrest Cannon Stadium, welcoming 13 different major league affiliated teams to Kannapolis, NC. The season begins April 8th and concludes September 6th. The South Atlantic League playoffs begin immediately following the regular season. Stadium The Intimidators call Fieldcrest Cannon Stadium home. The 4,700-seat facility was built in 1995 and is conveniently located off Interstate 85 at Exit 63. It features six luxury suites with an elevated view of the field, conference room with capacity of 50 with a flat screen TV, sound system, and Power Point presentation capabilities, reserved seat sections with chair backs, general admission bleacher seating, picnic shelter (BB&T Picnic Pavilion) accommodations for more than 500 people, a birthday party pavilion (Cheerwine Birthday Pavilion), and a grassy area down the 3rd base line to accommodate overflow crowds. "The Cannon" also has two fully-equipped concession stands and many other specialty carts on the main concourse. The ballpark's press box and clubhouses are among the finest in the league. Other fixtures of the stadium include a souvenir store (Intimidation Station), a playground area (The Pit Stop Playground) located down the 1st base line, and various games and displays on the concourse level.  
Karriker Farms
Karriker Road, Kannapolis, NC  28081
Phone: 704-938-9863
Flowers, corn, other vegetables. Crop availability: Irises, peonies and daylilies now through July. Corn and green beans in June and July, peas July-September, turnips and mixed greens September through November. Directions: Take I-85 to Poplar Tent Road exit. Turn left on Poplar Tent. Turn right on Odell School Road. Cross N.C. 73 and bear right onto Windy Road. Turn right onto N.C. 3. Cross the reservoir and turn left on Alexander Road. Go about 2 miles and turn right on Karriker Road. Look for the sign. Open: 8 am to 8 p.m. Monday to Saturday.
Kelsey Scott Park
1920 Old Wilkesboro Road, Salisbury, NC  28147
Phone: 704-638-5291
A play structure, picnic shelter with tables and grills, one softball field, 2 basketball courts, and a 9-hole disc golf course make up this 21.7 acre park.
Kerr Mill at Sloan Park
550 Sloan Road, Mount Ulla, NC  28125
Phone: 7046377776
Nestled in the foothills of the Central Piedmont of North Carolina, Sloan Park offers the ideal passive recreational opportunity for families, schools, church groups, and other organizations. With 93 acres of green space, 3 miles of trails, 5 picnic shelters, volleyball and softball fields, playground and gristmill. Special features include the Historic Tree Trail, Don's Gazebo and Stanback Memorial Forest and lovely Kerr Mill, an 1823 grist mill that houses a museum of Early Americana. Open 1 pm until 7 pm Saturday and Sunday. By appointment Monday, Thursday, and Friday.
Koco Java Coffee
329 N Main Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: (704) 630-1145
Walk-ins welcome, Good for groups or parties and Outdoor seating.
Landis Pool
301 W Rice St,, Landis, NC  28088
Phone: 704.766.2726
The Landis Pool is located at 301 W Rice St, Landis, NC‎ Phone: 704.857.2164 Hours: Mon-Fri, 10a-8p | Sat, 10a-8p | Sun, 1p-8p To report any problems please contact the Charlotte Swim Club Management at 704.766.2726   2010 Daily Rates: Adults: $8 Children under 12: $4 Group rates (15+): $5 per person For 2011 Season Pass Information call the recreation dept.  
Lazy 5 Ranch
15100 Mooresville Rd, Mooresville, NC  28115
Phone: (704) 663-5100
The Lazy 5 Ranch is a privately owned exotic animal drive thru park that offers a 3.5-mile safari through the gently sloping pasturelands of Piedmont, North Carolina. While visiting at the Lazy 5 Ranch you will have the opportunity to view over 750 animals from six different continents. You can see these animals from the safety of your own car or call for reservations on our horse drawn wagons. And be sure to bring your camera. This is a drive-through experience unique in North Carolina. There is no other collection of animals like this in the Southeast. Other areas of interest at the Lazy 5 Ranch include petting areas, a black smith shop, gift store, horse barn, play ground and picnic areas. Call 704.663.5100 today and make your reservations to relax and enjoy a leisurely horse drawn wagon ride. Hours:  Monday - Saturday  9 am until one hour before sunset & Sundays   1 pm until one hour before sunset. NOTE: If you plan to arrive in the afternoon, please arrive one hour before we close to allow for plenty of time to see and feed the animals.  
Lee Street theatre
329 N. Lee Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704.310.5507
 *Named the 2013 North Carolina Theatre Conference Community Theatre of the Year*  Lee Street theatre was started in 2008 with the goal of providing new performance art experiences to Salisbury and Rowan County. Lee Street theatre offers a full theatre season along with the new 'Live At Lee Street' concert performances, which feature some of the best live musicians on the scene today. When at 'Lee Street' you might experience everything from Live Music & improv comedy to world premier & off-broadway plays. For the first 5 years, Lee Street theatre rented a small black garage space to perform in. Now, in it's 8th year, Lee Street theatre, and with the wonderful support of the Rowan-Salisbury Community, they operate out of the new 9,000 square foot Lee Street Theater & Performing Arts Center at the Tom & Martha Smith Event Center. This adaptive reuse of a 1920's warehouse offers a bar & lounge area, a rehearsal/event space, a full use Black Box style performance space, dressing rooms, and a theatrical scene shop. The center is home to both Lee Street theatre and The St. Thomas Players (drama troupe of The Center For Faith & The Arts). The space is also available for rental for private & group events.
Lillian's Library
3024 S Main Street, Salisbury, NC  28147
Phone: 7046364671
An eclectic blend of rare and regional books, estate silver, oil paintings, fine prints, Chinese export porcelain and interesting smalls. Open Wed-Sat from 1 - 5 pm.
Lincoln Pool
110 Old Concord Rd, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704-216-PLAY
Lincoln Pool is Salisbury’s only public swimming pool and does not require a membership. The facility includes a bath house with restrooms and a concession area and  as of June 2012  a new splash pad!
Literary BookPost
110 S. Main St., Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704 630-9788
Fax: 704 633-0868
Literary Bookpost is located in beautiful Historic Downtown Salisbury.  Midway between Charlotte and Greensboro, the City offers locals and travelers the perfect place to stretch their legs.  Located in the 100-block of South Main St., Literary Bookpost has the look and feel that a dusty, old bookshop should have.  Over 40,000 titles crowd handcrafted shelves, and each book is guarded by one of three black cats.        An independent "Indiebound" bookshop
Live Thread Studio
1210 Edgedale Dr., Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 215.300.4369
Live Thread Studio is the working textile and fiber studio of Liese Sadler where her designed and handwoven, hand dyed cloth, apparel and scarves, rugs and other interior woven are available. Liese also hand felts with wool she dyes to create vessels and other 3 dimensional pieces. Studio visits are by appointment and custom orders are welcomed. blog: livethreadstudio.blogspot.com, livethreadstudio@gmail.com
Livingstone College
701 West Monroe Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 7042166067
Located 1 mile from the downtown area in the Livingstone Historic District, this charming private college campus offers a variety of venues. From Varick Auditorium, seating 1400 and Tubman Theatre, seating 300, to classrooms providing alternative space for up to 100, Livingstone is an ideal choice for meetings and receptions. Sporting facilities also available.
Lora Belle Baby
105A N. Main St., Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: (704) 637-7326
Downtown Salisbury
Lost & Found
128b E Innes Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704.680.6792
Tucked away in the heart of Downtown Salisbury, this unique shop caters to the eclectic. From fun & funky gifts to vintage home decor, we've got you covered. Lost & Found is also Salisbury's newest provider of specialty smoke items. Our affordable pricing along with a wide variety of pipes, vape pens, and other accessories make us the preferred option for all your needs. Any special orders or requests can be met by our friendly, knowledgeable staff.We also buy vintage. Got some records or an old lamp? Bring them down. Help Keep Salisbury Weird!
Maia's Fashions
103 S. Main St., Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: (704) 314-0600
Your Place for Quality Clothes!  Check them out on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Maias-Fashions! 
Maracas' Miami Cuisine
118 West Innes St, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704.633.1228
A little piece of Miami has landed in Salisbury. Maracas' offers a taste of Havana to local diners seeking new flavors, and Cubans and Miamians looking for a reminder of home. The menu offers standard Cuban fare like media noche (pork, ham, swiss cheese, pickles, mayo and mustard on sweet Cuban bread) and pan con tortilla (omelet sandwich), as well as delicacies including tres leches (cake with three milks) and cappuchino (little yellow cone-shaped cakes drenched in syrup. MARACAS joins Mambo Grill in Salisbury as the only Cuban restaurants in Rowan County. 
Mark Stephenson Portraiture & Painting
110 S. Main Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: (704) 984-3843
Downtown Salisbury
Mauney's 1840 Store
805 St. Stephens Church Rd, Gold Hill, NC  28071
Phone: 704.463.7715
Fine Antiques, Estate Items, Furniture, home decor, gifts, Silver Jewelry and hand-crafted items by local artists.  A second location for Lloyd's Antiques based in Misenheimer, NC.
McCanless Golf Course
3515 Stokes Ferry Road, Salisbury, NC  28146
Phone: 704-637-1235
Known for its tight pine-lined fairways and small bentgrass greens. Streams and ponds come into play on nine holes. An easy course to walk makes it a favorite with local residents.;Championship (5700 yards, 66.8 rating, 113 slope); Middle (5650 yards, 64.6 rating, 104 slope); Forward (4990 yards, 68.9 rating, 115 slope); 18 holes, par 70 ;rstrnt./lounge, putt. green, chip. green, pro shop, rentals ;Open year-round;
McLaughlin's Farmhouse
15725 Mooresville Hwy, Mooresville, NC  28115
Phone: 704-660-0971
Toll-Free: 800-985-0195
Throughout five generations, the McLaughlin family has produced quality and fresh pork products for North Carolina.  We offer custom-made gift boxes and gift baskets, our farm fresh country sausage, livermush, country ham, fresh hand cut western Angus beef, deli meats, and home-town congeniality every time you walk through the door. There is something for everyone.  Part of our store is filled with delectable treats for home cooked meals including fresh baked bread, local honey, jams and jellies, meats for every taste bud, and Amish cheeses including wildly popular Hoop cheese. Sweet treats including fresh fried pies, oatmeal crème filled cookies, and home-made pound cake.  Or, if you’ve got a hankering for some candy, we sell old fashioned bulk candy by the piece or by the pound.  We can also scoop you a cone full of DeLuxe ice cream while you walk around the country store or sit a spell on our front porch. The other part of the country store includes specialty and gourmet items perfect for any gift box or gift basket.  Paula Deen spices and sauces, Moravian cookies, Ty stuffed animals, Trapp scented candles and homemade knick-knacks are the specialty items just to name a few.  We make custom gift baskets and gift boxes for any occasion and every holiday season.
Meroney Theater
213 S. Main St., Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: (704) 633-5471
The Meroney Theater was the first permanent home of Piedmont Players!  Since 1996, PPT has occupied this historic theater.  The Meroney houses PPT's Mainstage Season, which includes 5 mainstage productions, our Haunted Theater, third floor rehearsal hall, and administrative office.
Mill Village Museum
Old #14 Church Street, Cooleemee, NC  27014
Phone: (336) 284-6040
Built at the height of the South's Mill building era, Cooleemee's mill closed in 1969 but it has retained over three hundred-thirty of its original mill houses as well as its old cotton mill. With its Mill Village Museum, RiverPark and soon-to-be completed Mill Family Life Museum, Cooleemee is poised to create a Textile Heritage Historic Site which will attract visitors from the region, the nation and abroad.  Plans on the drawing board include an Industry & Labor Exhibit at the old mill, an outdoor drama and other attractions. The Cooleemee History Loom is published by the Cooleemee Historical Association. The Center was created by the Cooleemee Historical Association, a local historical society founded in 1989. We are located in Davie County about 13 miles northwest of Salisbury, NC on the South Yadkin River. Hours: Wednesday-Saturday 10 am-4 pm Large tours by appointment
Millbridge Speedway
6670 Mooresville Road (HWY150), Salisbury, NC  28147
Phone: 704.235.8016
Millbridge Speedway is the premiere dirt kart track in our area. During the summer season you will see an action packed event hosted by the Mini Outlaw Series, Rebels and Redneck Lawn Mower Series, go kart series, and many more. What sets us aside from normal tracks is our range in ages. Watch kids ages 5-13 race or adults ages 20-40 race all in the same night! Racing on Wednesday nights Millbridge Speedway attracts many NASCAR drivers, crew, and children and you will never know who you will run into at Millbridge! All tickets are pit passes giving you a chance to get up close and personal with all karts and drivers. Millbridge is a family atmosphere and we strive to entertain all fans in attendance, of all ages! Worried about bringing the kids on a school night? Our racing events start at 7pm and end around 10! Come check out the newest family entertainment in our area!!! Tickets: Adults $10 Kids 7-12 $6 6 and under FREE
Morgan Ridge Vineyard and Brewhouse
486 John Morgan Road, Gold Hill, NC  28071
Phone: 704-639-0911
Located in the Piedmont region of North Carolina and recently awarded Grape Growers Excellence Award, Morgan Ridge Vineyards has been creating quality wines since its inaugural vintage in 2007. Owners Tommy and Amie Baudoin operate the vineyard and on premise winery while striving for balance and producing the best fruit possible to be used in the creation of their award winning wines. Planted in 2004, the vineyard boasts seven prime acres encompassing seven different varietals used in the production of over 1500 cases of estate wine annually. The winery features a tasting room for visiting connoisseurs and recently started offering crafted beer. The facility includes on open air pavilion and dressing rooms that is available for weddings, private parties, corporate gatherings, and other events. A full catering operation is located onsite and is ready to serve your needs. Original art by award winning artist Robert Crum (our wine label artist) is available for viewing inside the Morgan Ridge wine tasting room and on the exterior grounds. There is so much to see and do at Morgan Ridge Vineyards - you will enjoy your visit! Normal Hours of Operation: Wednesday-Saturday 11:00 am to 6:00 pm Sunday 1:00 to 5:00 pm
Music with Caroline
110 S. Main Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: (980) 622-5178
Downtown Salisbury
Nancy's African Hair Braiding
116 W. Innes St., Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: (704) 637-8791
Downtown Salisbury 
Nashville Nights
125-127 E. Innes St., Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704-762-9990
Billiards, streaming country music videos, sports channels in HD, karaoke and live mike nights, deejays, upstairs game room. $5 annual membership.
North Carolina Quarter-Midget Association Speedway
1130 Speedway Blvd, Salisbury, NC  28146
Phone: 7046371099
Quarter-Midgets of America is a non-profit organization with over 2,500 family memberships and approximately 4,000 drivers. There are 13 Regions in our organization and 50 Quarter-Midget Clubs Nationwide. QMA is a family oriented sport that involves racing in special prepared cars. The cars, rules and safety procedures are designed specifically for kids. They race on oval tracks approximately 1/20 of a mile. A child who is 5 to 16 years of age can race. Take Porter Road to Speedway Blvd in Salisbury NC.
North Carolina Transportation Museum
411 S. Salisbury Avenue, Spencer, NC  28159
Phone: 7046362889
Toll-Free: 8776286386
Fax: 7046391881
Located on the site of what was once the Southern Railway Company's largest steam locomotive repair facility. Visit antique automobiles at "Bumper to Bumper" and trace the history of transportation in "Wagons, Wheels & Wings." Experience days of the working railroad repair shop in the restored 1924 Robert Julian roundhouse. The museum features thirteen buildings, 57 acres, including a restored roundhouse and exhibits on early transportation. Seasonal train ride (fee), audiovisual show, visitors center and gift shop. Hours of Operation: 9 am to 5 pm Tuesday - Saturday, Noon-5 pm Sundays.  Closed some holidays, call for information. Due to Construction onsite schedule may vary, please call before visiting. There is an admission fee for the museum and a fee for train rides, turntable rides and guided tours. Special annual events include Rail Days, Antique Car and Truck Shows.   Note: Take North Carolina's Amtrak train to get to the museum on Saturdays and for special events. A shuttle is available on Saturdays from the Salisbury Depot to the N.C. Transportation Museum. Shuttle service is $4/person round trip (minimium of at least four riders; cash only and exact change if possible). Reservations required.Call 800-332-2343 to make reservations.
Off Main Gallery
114 E Council Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704.639.1890
Operated by a local artist. Featuring, Upscale Antique Furniture and Decor, Civil War Prison prints, T-shirts, Note-cards, Salisbury, NC Postal Souvenir book.
OK Wig Shop
100 S. Main St., Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: (704) 645-8744
Downtown Salisbury
Old Sarum Gallery
124 W Innes Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704-639-0006
Since 1991, Old Sarum Gallery has offered the region's finest in sales, restorations, and appraisals of 19th & 20th Century Fine Art.  In addtion to our extensive collection, we offer museum-quality restoration of paintings and gold-leaf frames.  We also work with individuals, families, and corporations interested in building collections, whether for pure enjoyment, or for investment purposes.
Old Sarum Gallery
124 W Innes st., Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704.639.0006
Open by appointment.  19th and 20th century fine are
Old Stone House
Old Stone House Road, Granite Quarry, NC  28072
Phone: 7046335946
Fax: 7046339858
Built by German immigrant Michael Braun in 1766, this two-story Georgian-style house is the oldest structure in Rowan County. The home was stately for its time, with the stones on the front carefully shaped and matched, creating an impressive face to visitors. Open Saturday and Sunday 1 pm until 4 pm.
Old Stone Winery
6245 US Highway 52, Salisbury, NC  28146
Phone: 7042790930
Old Stone Winery has been hand-crafting award winning wines since 2002. Located just outside Salisbury and less than one hour from Charlotte, the winery features a gift shop, tasting bar, and tank room. Tours and tastings are available daily. Come by and enjoy our award winning wines in a friendly atmosphere. Tasting range from $5 to $10 per person for 8 to 16 wines...and you keep the tasting glass! VOTED BEST WINERY IN THE TRIAD: Go to http://youtu.be/bSbT0494zSQ to watch a feature video from thedestinationguide.com who selected us as the Best Winery in the Triad!
Pancho Villas
1517 E Innes Street, Salisbury, NC  28146
Phone: 7046365544
10,000 square feet, capacity for 350 persons, party room for 100 people available, patio and bar with all ABC permits, friendly staff, mariachi band every first Thursday of the month.
Patterson Farm Market & Tours, Inc.
10390 Caldwell Rd, Mount Ulla, NC  28125
Phone: 7048575242
Patterson Farm Inc. is a 4th generation working farm. We grow 350 acres of tomatoes, 25 acres of Strawberries, 40 acres of pumpkins, and poinsettias. From April until Christmas, enjoy fresh-from-the-field seasonal produce, plants and much more. Strawberries, tomatoes, pumpkins and poinsettias are grown in abundance on a seasonal basis and may be picked on-your-own or picked from the bountiful selection at the Market.  Patterson Farm Market & Tours Inc. offers a variety of gift items, jams, jellies, clothing and seasonal items at the Market in addition to native ornamental trees and flowering plants. Group farm tours are offered during strawberry, tomato and pumpkin seasons. Please call for an appointment. During strawberry (late April - May) and pumpkin (mid September; mid November) seasons, festival weekends are filled with activities for all ages. Enjoy the petting farm, local music and dancing, hayrides in the fall or pack a picnic and just take in the clean, country air. Hours vary with the season, so please call ahead to verify that the farm and market are open.
Perry's Olde Shoppe
705 N. Main Street, Landis, NC  28088
Phone: 704-856-8546
Antique & collectible store: Jewelery, seasonal items, glassware and old hats
Piedmont Players Theatre Inc.
213 S Main Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 7046335471
The historic Meroney Theater, home of the Piedmont Players Theatre, is a renovated 361 seat theater, built in 1906, in Salisbury, North Carolina. The Meroney's illustrious stage has been graced by Sarah Bernhardt, Lillian Russell, John Philip Sousa, William Howard Taft, Cary Nation, and the New York Symphony Orchestra. We have grown accustomed to our new home and it is even better than we expected. Most of all, we are gratified by the wonderful reception our community has afforded this facility. In our inaugural season, 14,000 patrons of the arts came to downtown Salisbury to enjoy Piedmont Players productions. Our audiences and casts included all ages from primary grade children to senior citizens. Many community-minded citizens have pooled their talents and treasures to make the Meroney Theatre the splendid gift it has become for Salisbury and Rowan County. Thanks to all of you. Come home to the Meroney Theater and come back often.
Pilates of Salisbury
110 E. Council St., Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: (704) 637-1916
Downtown Salisbury
Pinetop Farm's
845 Majolica Rd, Salisbury, NC  28146
Phone: 704-637-7208
Kepley's Pinetop Farms, located at 845 Majolica Road in Salisbury, offers pick-your-own or already picked berries. The operation is open on Saturdays only to allow berries a chance to fully ripen. Blueberries begin ripening in early July, peak near the end of the month, with about two or more weeks of harvest potential. Blueberries have become very popular in this area, not only for their delicious fruit but because research has proven that the berry also produces antioxidants beneficial in reducing many types of cancers.    
Pottery 101
101 S. Main Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: (704) 209-1632
Pottery 101 is a pottery gallery located in the heart of downtown Salisbury, NC that sells only hand-crafted pottery. 10-6 M-F 10-5 Saturdays
Presbyterian Bell Tower Park
Corner of W. Innes and S. Jackson, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: (704) 638-2110
Located on the corner of West Innes and South Jackson Streets, Bell Tower Park is a 1/4 acre park located in historic Downtown Salisbury right across from First Presbyterian Church. This beautiful park inclues one large gazebo, benches, and a small fountain. Surely a great location for a wedding, graduation pictures, or any other event! Contact Kathy Seybold for more information, or visit the Salisbury Parks and Recreation homepage for more details.
Pure Carolina
Charlotte, North Carolina, NC  28201
Pure Carolina is a 16-county region shadowed by the Piedmont mountain range encompasses parts of south-central North Carolina and a dot of northern South Carolina.  It's a mix of old and new; Southern Tradition blended with urban chic.  Rowan County sites included in Pure Carolina:   Adventure Trail:  Bed & Bike Inn of Gold Hill; Bicycling Rowan County; Dan Nicholas Park & Campground; Lazy 5 Ranch   Culinary Trail:  Carolina Lily at the Farm; Old Stone Vineyard & Winery; Patterson Farm   Cultural Trail:  Downtown Salisbury; Gary's BBQ; Hap's Grill; Historic National Cemetary and Confederate Prison Site; Historic Salisbury Trolley Tours; Josephus Hall House; Old Stone House; The Salisbury Emporium; Rowan Museum; Spanky's; Salisbury History & Art Trail; Waterworks Visual Arts Center   Motorsports Trail:  North Carolina Transportation Museum            
Queen's Gifts
221 South Main Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 7046337988
We hope you enjoy this brief tour of the many wonderful gifts we sell. We encourage you to drop by one of our locations to see even more. Whether you're shopping for yourself, your home or perhaps needing the perfect gift for someone special, explore all the possibilities at Queen's Gifts! If you are looking for Vera Bradley products Queen's Gifts is the place to go. As one of the largest Vera Bradley dealers in North Carolina, we carry a broad selection of patterns and products. We also offer Vera Bradley Luggage by Ricardo, Vera Bradley stationary, lamps, as well as Vera china and rugs. Come to Queen's for the perfect Vera product for you! Queen's Gifts carries an exquisite variety of tabletop items. If you need place settings and serving pieces that will truly grace your table come to Queen's. Whether you are looking for something whimsical and funky or you have a more serious taste, we have you covered. We carry: Vietri, Mariposa, Tag, Grainware, Skyros and others. We have a perfect style for every taste and budget.
Rail Walk Studios & Gallery
409–413 N Lee St., Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704-431-8964
Rail Walk Studios & Gallery (RWS&G) is located in the Rail Walk Arts District of Historic Downtown Salisbury, North Carolina, and is housed in a former warehouse near the restored Salisbury railroad depot. The brainchild of artist Marietta Foster Smith, Rail Walk Studios & Gallery opened in September 2006 and provides studio space for lease to artists as well as a shared gallery display space. Each of the artists at RWS&G has a unique style and body of work. Visitors will find original paintings in watercolor, acrylic, oil, pastel, encaustic, colored pencil, and other media, as well as sculpture, handmade paper, and jewelry, making RWS&G a great place to purchase a wide variety of original art. Many of the artists accept commissions for portraits. Some of the artists also offer reasonably priced reproductions of their work as well as greeting cards.
Rainbow Distributors
123 E. Innes St., Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: (704) 637-0200
Downtown Salisbury
Randy Elium's Farm
2085 Lake Rd, Salisbury, NC  28146
Phone: 704-636-2459
Blueberries begin ripening in early July, peak at the end of the month, with about two or more weeks of harvest potential. Blueberries have become very popular in this area, not only for their delicious fruit but because research has proven that the berry also produces antioxidants beneficial in reducing many types of cancers. Elium's berries are pre-picked. Contact Elium at 704-636-2459 to place your order.
Rent-a-Center
130 E. Innes St., Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: (704) 633-9180
Downtown Salisbury
River Pines Art
St. Stephens Church Rd, Gold Hill, NC  28071
Phone: 704.630.9978
River Pines is your home for pottery, jewelry and other handcrafted treasures. Take a few moments to stop by and you might see us makingjewelry or pottery on site. Special Orders Accepted.  Open:  Saturdayand Sunday, from 12-4pm check our website at www.riverpinesart.com for updated hoursof operation.
RiverPark
Erwin Temple Ch Rd, Cooleemee, NC  27014
RiverPark at Cooleemee Falls features large picnic shelter, canoe portage, hiking trails, rest room facilities and a beautiful setting for fun and adventure RiverPark is open 8 a.m. - sunset, 7 days a week Free to the Public Remember: if you’re not a Rowan Co. resident you must have a NC license to fish. [Purchase at Cooleemee True Value Hardware Store.]   Directions: Located near Cooleemee, NC . From town go South on Hwy 801 over the river bridge into Rowan Co. Turn right (west) on Needmore Road and right again on Erwin Temple Church Road, drive to end! Picnic Shelter rentals: $30 per half day. Call (336) 751-2325
Robert Toth: Art~Sculpture~Design
PO Box 2061, Salisbury, NC  28145
Phone: 704-279-9301
Artist Robert Toth offers his original designs of fine art gifts, collectibles, awards, promotional incentives for sale.  He can provide distinct designs upon customer request. 
Rolling Hills Golf Club
275 Par Drive, Salisbury, NC  28147
Phone: 7046338125
Fax: 704-636-2937
Rolling Hills Golf Course is one of Rowan County's most popular courses, with 40 sand traps, 4 water holes and large bentgrass greens and 2 dog leg holes. A Pro is available for golf lessons. This course boasts the toughest par 3 in Rowan County (Hole #2).Middle (5829 yards); Forward (5318 yards), Back (6056 yards); ;18 holes, par 72, 68.5 slope rating; clubhouse, range, pro shop, rentals, motorcarts, lessons, snackbar; Open year-round.
Rowan Arts Council
204 E. Innes St. Suite 120, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704-638-3029
Located inside the Rowan County Convention & Visitor Center. To provide opportunities for Rowan County organizations, individuals and activities that advocate arts and culture. This will be achieved through the creation of sustainable relationships and partnerships that promote excellence in the community as a whole.
Rowan Blues and Jazz Society
PO Box 176, 200 W Fisher Street, Salisbury, NC  28145-0176
Phone: 7046362811
Our mission is to preserve, promote and present the art forms of blues and jazz music performed by musicians from the Piedmont region of North Carolina. This will be carried out through educational programs in the schools, community and at festivals. Youth bands are encouraged to perform with both the more experienced musicians as well as their peers. The Society will support local charitable events selected by the members. Local businesses will have an opportunity to partner with the Society on these occasions.
Rowan County Fairgrounds
1560 Julian Road, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704-640-2326
County fairgrounds ideal for agricultural shows, large flea market or antique sales, meetings and conventions involving livestock or motorcycle and automobiles. 52-acre site, parking for 4200 cars. For rental information contact: Randall Barger at the number listed below.
Rowan County Wildlife Association
650 Majolica Road, PO Box 612, Salisbury, NC  28145
Phone: 7046368662
Memberships are available to the general public and renewable yearly. This facility hosts many firearm programs each year from Bullseye Pistol shooting to Skeet and Trap shooting. An Open House is hosted each year featuring the Shooterama - National Hunting and Fishing Day. For more information and a complete event schedule please contact the Association.
Rowan Museum
202 North Main Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 7046335946
Fax: 7046339858
This 1854 courthouse, which survived Stoneman's raid, is one of the finest examples of pre-Civil War architecture in the state. Home of the Rowan Museum, reflecting artifacts and displays on the life and history of Rowan County. Friday – Sunday from 1-4 pm. Tours scheduled through the week by appointment.
Rowan Public Library
201 W. Fisher St., Salisbury, NC  28144
We have 3 library locations, so come see us anytime to get your library card and check out all we have to offer! Or, contact us for more information
Salisbury Art Station
215 South Depot St., Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704-754-0853
Salisbury Art Station (SAS) is an art education facility and gallery space that offers an array of creative opportunities for all ages!  Programs include painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, and multi-media exploration. SAS instructors will share their knowledge of the historical, technical, and conceptual aspects of art. Students are taught to see the world around them in a new and exciting way. They foster manual dexterity, motivation, problem-solving, and most important, healthy communication.
Salisbury Civic Center
315 S Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 7046382139
This 24-acre park site offers a Civic Center, clay tennis courts, walking trails, basketball court, picnic area and play structures. The Civic Center has racquetball courts, fitness center, kitchen facilities, and is available to rent for meetings or other activities. Can host small meetings of 50, banquets and receptions of 288.
Salisbury Community Park & Athletic Complex
935 Hurley School Road, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 7046385291
Over 300 acres, this spacious park features a beautiful natural setting with 3 baseball/softball fields, 4 soccer fields, a paved parking lot, an 8 acre lake stocked for seasonal fishing, play structures, and picnic area. Work continues for a 1.5 mile walking trail, additional athletic fields and other amenities.
Salisbury Confederate Prison Symposium
200 W. Fisher St., Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 7046376411
The annual event occurs each year in mid-April. Come join us as we continue to explore the 1861-1865 history of North Carolina's military prison during the War between the States. Lectures will cover a variety of topics relating to the Prison and those who were there. Friday's "Reunion of Descendants and Friends" and "Friendship Banquet" will be held at the Landmark Church Fellowship Hall with keynote address, music, displays, and door prizes. Saturday's six lectures will take place at Catawba College's Tom Smith Auditorium with displays and light refreshments included. Authors will be available to sign books. The two Sunday Memorial Services with flags, music and re-enactors are free to the public. Registration fee is $60 through March 23, 2007 and $70 afterwards.
Salisbury Farmer's Market
115 S. Jackson St., Salisbury, NC  28144
The Salisbury-Rowan Farmer's Market is located on the corner of S. Jackson and W. Fisher St. in Salisbury.  Hours: 8 am - 12 pm Wednesdays & Saturdays
Salisbury Ghost Walk
130 West Innes Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704-642-1734
Downtown Salisbury Ghost Walk is an entertaining walking tour of the town once called the “Wettest and Wickedest” in the state of North Carolina. Discover the legends of historic Salisbury and hear stories of the paranormal and unexplained about downtown homes and business locations.     Walking Tour Times:  TBD
Salisbury Heritage Walking Tour
204 East Innes Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 7046383100
Toll-Free: 8003322343
Fax: 7046422011
A perfect way to see Historic Salisbury at your own pace. This 2-mile walking tour provides a personal glimpse into the history and architecture of Historic Downtown Salisbury and the stately homes of the West Square District. The brochures for the self-guided tour can be obtained at the Visitor Information Center in the Gateway Building located at 204 E Innes Street in Salisbury. The Visitor Center is open T-F, 10 am - 5 pm, and Sat. 10 am - 4 pm.   For a Windows Media stream (Windows Media Player 9 or greater required). Click on www.salisburync.gov/heritage_tour.html
Salisbury History & Art Trail
204 E Innes Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704-638-3100
Toll-Free: 800.332.2343
Start your journey at the Rowan County Convention & Visitors Center where you may pick up a brochure and map of the Trail. The Trail features sites, markers, monuments and art relating to significant people and places in local history, culture, industry and the arts. This unique trail falls mainly in historic downtown Salisbury and is a great way to spend an afternoon exploring the town.
Salisbury Parks & Recreation Department
PO Box 4053, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 7046385291
City of Salisbury Department of Recreation offering sports and educational community events. Salisbury Parks and Recreation Dept features a variety of facilities located throughout Rowan County and provides a diverse calendar of events for every season. Visit the website for complete details.
Salisbury Salon & Spa
210 E. Innes St., Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704.310.5941
Full Service Salon
Salisbury School of Music
213 S. Main St., Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704-640-6564
Downtown Salisbury
Salisbury Square Antiques & Collectibles
111 South Main Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704.633.0773
Fax: 7046309929
Antique "Mall" now open in Historic Downtown Salisbury. Open seven days a week, 43,000 square feet of antiques, glassware, and collectibles. Over 100 dealers! Today Downtown Salisbury is the center for whatever you're seeking. It's all accessible, walkable, special, and welcoming. 4,000 bottle climate controlled wine cellar. Coffee and dessert bar.
Salisbury Station Conference Center
215 Depot Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 7046360103
Fax: 7046362522
Groups of 20 to 300 (cold weather) and 20 to 600 (warm weather) will enjoy meetings, receptions and trade shows held in the elegant ambiance of the restored Depot. The building features a renovated waiting room, with a state-of-the-art sound system, as well as a covered concourse and adjacent meeting rooms for smaller breakout sessions.
Salisbury Symphony Orchestra
Keppel Auditorium,, 2300 W Innes St, Catawba College, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 7046374314
The Salisbury Symphony Orchestra is a professional orchestra ranging from forty-five to ninety musicians. Annually it performs four concerts on the Catawba and Livingstone College campuses. Its players come from Rowan County and throughout the Piedmont. The orchestra performs a large variety of repertoire from early classical works to recent pops selections.
Salisbury Therapeutic Massage
120 E. Council St, Ste. 400, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: (704) 633-7623
Downtown Salisbury
Salisbury Trolley Tours
204 E Innes Street, Suite 120, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 7046383100
Toll-Free: 8003322343
Fax: 7046422011
Come discover what makes Salisbury-Rowan County historically significant and unique on a one hour narrated trolley tour ride!  On the tour you will see the birthplace of Cheerwine, historic churches and houses, the site of the only prison in NC during the Civil War, and our National Cemetery.  After the tour take the family for lunch in Downtown Salisbury or picnic in one of the gorgeous parks in the area. Be sure to save some time for exploring! There are unique shops and galleries, the NC Transportation Museum, Patterson Farm, Lazy 5 Ranch, Dan Nicholas Park, the Old Stone House and so much more! Tours are held each Saturday from 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. April through October and depart from the Visitors Center. Tours are $8 for adults, $5 for children 5-10 and free for children under 5.  
Salisbury Wine Shop
106 S. Main St., Salisbury, NC  28144
Downtown Salisbury
Salisbury-Rowan Choral Society
PO Box 1145, Salisbury, NC  28145
Since 1910, the Salisbury-Rowan Choral Society (SRCS) has rendered outstanding choral music for the listening pleasure of all in our area. This non-auditioned choir is open to all singers, 16 years old and above, and is currently under of the direction of Matthew Newton, Catawba College alum.  Admission to the ensemble’s performances is open to residents of the Salisbury-Rowan community and its members experience the joys of teamwork while doing something impossible to do alone. Our primary function is to prepare and perform concerts throughout the year, but in its entirety, SRCS has a greater purpose. Our goal has expanded to include fostering a healthy community through actively contributing to those in need. Through toy and canned good drives at concerts, scholarship opportunities to local students, nursing home concerts and other various forms of service, the SRCS is an invaluable part of the Salisbury-Rowan area. SRCS is supported in part by the Rowan Arts Council with funding from the state of North Carolina, the National Endowment for the Arts, and generous patrons and donors.
Salisbury-Rowan County Convention & Visitors Bureau
204 East Innes St., Ste. 120, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 7046383100
Toll-Free: 8003322343
Fax: 7046422011
The Visitor Center offers a variety of self-guided tours to the public. The Salisbury Heritage walking tour provides a personal glimpse into the history and architecture of Historic Downtown Salisbury and the stately homes of the West Square District. The brochures and players for the tour can be rented for a small fee. The African American Heritage Trail self-guided tour chronicles the historic moments, great leaders and lives of generations of African-Americans who lived, worked and contributed to the industrial, artistic, cultural and spiritual life of the Salisbury community. Brochure and map available at no cost. Salisbury Confederate Prison & National Cemetery self-guided driving tour is a must for Civil War buffs. This driving tour is sold on CD for $5 at the Visitor Center. Although nothing remains of the Salisbury Prison, the tour poignantly provides insights into this period of our history. Three monuments erected by the State of Maine, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the U.S. Government stand in the Salisbury National Cemetery as a tribute to the 11,700 brave Union soldiers who died while at the prison.  The Visitor Information Center is located in the Gateway Building at 204 E. Innes Street, Salisbury.
Signs & Steins
128 North Main Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: (704) 642-1345
Downtown Salisbury
Simply Good Natural Foods
128 East Innes Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: (704) 636-0889
Downtown Salisbury
Skinny Wheels Bike Shop
111 W. Innes St., Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704.762.9537
Focused on providing a unique shopping experience with quality products and service in a friendly and fun environment. We provide all types of bicycles from comfort bikes, cruisers and kids bikes to high performance road and mountain bikes. We proudly carry Cannondale, Fuji, GT, KHS and more. We also stock a wide variety of accessories, apparel and nutrition. If you happen to be visiting Salisbury without your bike, you can rent one from us. At Skinny Wheels Bike Shop, we are devoted to bringing the cycling culture and experience to Salisbury. We host group rides throughout the week to suit the riding style of all cyclists. See our ride schedule to find group ride that suits you.
Smell Factory, The
108 W. Innes St., Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: (704) 754-7163
Downtown Salisbury
Snapshots Photogenic
211 S. Main St., Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: (704) 267-6474
Downtown Salisbury
Southern Belles & Pearls
St. Stephens Church Rd., Gold Hill, NC  28071
Offers a variety of old, new, and handmade gifts. Located in The Little Log Cabin.  Open Saturdays, 10am-5pm
Southern Rowan Christmas Parade - China Grove to Landis
China Grove to Landis, China Grove, NC  28023
Toll-Free: 704-791-5618
The Southern Rowan Christmas Parade, Inc. has brought in the holiday season in the towns of China Grove and Landis for more than 25 years. The parade is on the Tuesday before Thanksgiving each November. The parade begins in Landis at approximately 3:30pm. The parade begins at the intersections of Main Street, Highland Avenue, and First Street. The parade proceeds north on Main Street through Landis. The parade then moves on to China Grove and restarts at the intersection of Main Street and Stevens Street at approximately 4:15pm. The parade moves along Main Street in China Grove and begins to disban at the intersection of Main and Ross Street for walking units. Cars, trucks, self constructed floats, and queens will turn right onto Church Street. Professional rental floats will turn behind First Methodist Church to unload. Large tractor trailers will move to the north end of town and unload in the China Grove Middle School parking lot. The parade does allow candy to be tossed to spectators of the parade. No obeject, such as poppers are allowed to be thrown at parade participants or their automobiles. Vendors wanting to sell merchandise during the parade may pick up permits at Town Hall in Landis or China Grove the day of the parade for a cost of $25 per vendor cart. The annual holiday parade brings out the community to welcome in the holiday spirit. Both towns light up their Christmas lights following the parade, to welcome the holiday season in Landis and China Grove.  Contact Meredith Bare for more information.  Phone number listed below.    
Southern Spirit Gallery
102 South Main Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704-633-0761
Southern Spirit Gallery is open 10 am - 5 pm Monday through Saturday. The shop offers a wide array of art and crafts from over 60 artists, most from North Carolina. There is jewelry, paintings, glass and pottery.
Spencer Doll and Toy Museum
108 4th Street, Spencer, NC  28159
Phone: 704-762-9359
The Spencer Doll and Toy Museum is located at 108 4th Street in Spencer, across the street from the North Carolina Transportation Museum and next door to the Post Office. Exhibits will rotate out periodically.  Check website for current exhibits. The museum's hours are 10-4 Thursday - Saturday. Admission is $5/adults, $4/seniors and $3/children.
Spencer Historic District
Salisbury Avenue, 338 Rowan Avenue, Spencer, NC  28159
Phone: 7046332231
Located adjacent to the NC Transportation Museum, the Spencer National Historic Register District is the largest contiguous district in North Carolina. It contains 322 residential and commercial buildings primarily constructed between 1905 and 1920 to provide support and housing for the workers of Southern Railway's former steam locomotive repair facility.
Spring Robin
113 W. Fisher St., Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: (704) 637-8647
Downtown Salisbury
St. John's Men's Chorus
W Innes St, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704-636-3431
The St. John’s Men’s Chorus was formed in 1994 as a part of the fellowship ministry at St. John’s Lutheran Church at 200 West Innes Street in downtown Salisbury. It quickly grew into a community group, composed of men from the Salisbury-Rowan area who enjoy singing all styles of music – from classic sacred choral literature to spirituals to patriotic selection to barbershop arrangements. The group rehearses on Sunday afternoons at 5:00 in the choir room at St. John’s Lutheran, and performs for many local events, local and out-of-town churches, civic events, and many concerts to benefit the Crisis Council’s Battered Women’s Shelter and the Rowan Helping Ministries. Director of the Men’s Chorus is Rosemary Kinard, Associate Parish Musician at St. John’s. Robert Durocher, Minister of Music at St. John’s, serves as accompanist for the group.
Stitchin' Post & Gifts
104 South Main Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 7046370708
Toll-Free: 8006607764
Stitchin' Post Gifts, est. 1975, is a gift and ladies' accessory shop. The building is circa 1860 in the heart of Historic Downtown Salisbury with original wood ceiling, brick walls and pine floor. You will find unique gifts for every season and for every person on your list.  Our customers tell us they love our shop because it's fun, relaxing and friendly.  We pride ourselves in offering the most unusual items at affordable prices with “over the top” customer service.  Voted Best Gift Shop in Rowan County for 2010 and 2011.   Find Brighton, Life is good, Fresh Produce Sportswear, Tribal, HOBO, Not Your Daughter's Jeans, Fair Trade Jewelry, TOMS shoes, Willow Tree Angels,  Kameleon (jewel pops) Jody Coyote, Sweetea shirts and much more.   Come say hello to Sasha, the shop's kitty. Conveniently located in the heart of downtown Salisbury just off the square.   Open Mon. - Sat. 10 to 5:30.  Sunday afternoons between Thanksgiving & Christmas.
Talia Farms
4445 Goodman Lake Road, Salisbury, NC  28146
Phone: 704-680-3058
Talia Farms offers fresh pre-picked packaged blueberries from late June through August.   Take exit 79 off of Interstate 85.  Located 1-mile from the intersection of Old Union Church Road and Goodman Lake Road.   Save a trip...call ahead for availability or orders!
Textile Products, Inc.
119-121 North Main Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: (704) 636-6221
Downtown Salisbury
The Bread Riot Natural Food Coop
Mitchell Avenue, Salisbury, NC  28144
What is a Co-op? A cooperative is an autonomous association of persons united voluntarily to meet their common economic, social and cultural needs and aspirations through a jointly owned and democratically controlled enterprise. What do Co-op's value? Co-operatives are based on the values of self-help, self-responsibility, democracy, equality, equity and solidarity. In the tradition of their founders, co-operative members believe in the ethical values of honesty, openness, social responsibility and caring for others.  As a co-op, we hope to involve as many people as possible. It’s a co-operative effort. If you’d like to get more involved, and want to lead up an effort, you are perfectly welcome to. Contact information: info@breadriot.org This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it Get involved! www.breadriot.org info@breadriot.org This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  
The Candy Shoppe on Main
119 South Main Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: (704) 603-6514
The Candy Shoppe on Main sells a wide variety of candies including fudge, chocolates, name-brand candy, and old fashion candy.
The Carolina Artists
1120 S. Martin Luther King Jr. Ave, Salisbury, NC  28144
The Carolina Artist Art Guild was formed in 1990by working artists for the express purpose of providing more opportunities forlocal artists to be recognized in Rowan County. Membership is open to anyonewho shares our interests.  The membership year is January 1 throughDecember 31 of the year.  Dues are $25 annually, due in January forreturning members and any time during the year for new members.Visit the website for additional information,our calendar, news and photographs of our art.The guild sponsors the student art show in Marchfor grades K through 12 and in August, the Carolina Artists EXPO for anyadult.  Ribbons and prizes are awarded.  The organization is dedicated to providingopportunities for artists to exhibit and sell their works through participationin community events and to promoting both teaching and learning through:Educational Art ProgramsDemonstrationsWorkshopsShowsContestsThis group meets the 3rd Thursday of the monthat Rufty-Holmes Senior Center,1120 S. Martin Luther King, Jr. Ave., Salisbury,NC at 7:00 PM.   
The Carolina Golf Mart & Practice Center
890 W Ritchie Road, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704-639-0011
Driving Range and Golf Shop.
The Concert Choir
W Innes Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
The Concert Choir, formed in 1976 has a wonderful historyof making music! the Choir performs choral music for the spiritual experience, cultural development and enjoyment of the community and the choir members. Past performances have ranged from Bach to Bernstein.  Practice is Monday evening 7:30 to 9:00pm at St John’s Lutheran Church, Salisbury.
The Kannapolis Intimidators
2888 Moose Rd., Kannapolis, NC  28083
Phone: 704.932.3267
The Kannapolis Intimidators are the single A farm club in the Chicago White Sox minor league chain. Young players generally one year out of high school or college usually become Kannapolis Intimidators. The White Sox also have affiliates in Bristol, TN (Rookie), Great Falls, MT (Short Season), Winston-Salem, NC (A-Advanced), Birmingham, AL (AA), and Charlotte, NC (AAA). The 2008 Kannapolis Intimidators finished the season with an overall record of 67-68. League Membership The Intimidators are one of the 16 teams of the Class A South Atlantic League. The SAL is currently operating in its 105th year. The circuit is one of the biggest geographically in Minor League Baseball, including eight states spanning from Lakewood, NJ, to Savannah, GA. The Kannapolis Intimidators play in the Northern Division of the South Atlantic League.   For a complete schedule of games visit our website.
The Lettered Lily Design Studio
109 W. Fisher St, Salisbury, NC  28146
Phone: (704) 765-5973
Downtown Salibsury
The Norvell Theater
131 East Fisher Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: (704) 633-5471
The Norvell Theater is the newest addition to the Piedmont Players Theatre family. This theater seats 251 people and host PPT's youth productions. The theater will also host movies and other events.
The Old English Cemetery
N Church Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
The land for what has come to be known as the Old English Cemetery in Salisbury was donated to the city by Thomas Frohock upon his death in 1794 but had been used as a burying ground for years by that time. Over the ensuing decades the cemetery became the final resting place for generations of the leaders of Rowan County. Best known of those individuals was Gov. John Ellis (1820-1861), who died seven months into his term as the state’s chief executive. The cemetery includes a number of unmarked British graves, those likely being the remains of soldiers in Cornwallis’s army who died while in jail in Salisbury. Cornwallis’s camp was situated on the property where the Rowan Public Library now stands and his soldiers used the old town well at the back of the library property.      The oldest grave in the cemetery is that of Col. Daniel Little who died on December 10, 1775. The cemetery was restored by the Pine Tree Garden Club of Salisbury in the 1960s. The Freedmen’s Cemetery is separated from the Old English Cemetery by a stone wall. In recent years efforts have been mounted to memorialize those buried in the Freedmen’s Cemetery and to repair the monuments in the Old English Cemetery.
The Price of Freedom Museum
2470 Weaver Road, China Grove, NC  28023
Phone: 704-857-7474
The Price of Freedom Museum is an American war memorial dedicated to the men and women of the United States armed services who paid the ultimate Price of Freedom with their lives in service to our great country. Our goal is to teach all generations the true price of freedom. The museum started as a private collection of uniforms and military memories preserved by Bob Mault since the 1970’s. Prior to leasing the Old Patterson School complex from the Rowan County School System, samples of his collection were available for viewing at his gas station, Mault Brothers Texaco, on Highway 152 in China Grove, North Carolina. As a team, Bob Mault and his friend, Frank Albright, have labored for years to open the doors of the museum for our enjoyment and education. Over 40 years in the making, thanks to generous donations and the hard work of many unpaid volunteers, the museum's collection has expanded to over 5,000 artifacts covering all of the armed services of the United States. We currently display a fine representation of 20th century American military history. Each of our uniforms is extremely rare, as each represents the efforts and sacrifices of the individual who wore it.
The Salisbury Emporium
230 East Kerr Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 7046420039
The Salisbury Emporium is a collection of 85 shops located in the 100 year old restored Frick Sawmill Supply building in the historic railroad corridor, listed on the National Registry of Historic Places. You will find over 15,000 square feet of gifts, antiques, home accessories, Christmas items, fine art, furniture, pottery, books, jewelry, garden decorations, china, crystal, silver, prints, military relics and much more in a relaxed atmosphere of true Southern hospitality Closed on Mondays.
The Ugly Duckling
421B North Lee Street, Salisbury, NC  NC
Phone: (704) 633-0102
A little bit of everything here! Salvage art, upcycling, repurposed items, antiques, vintage items, furniture and much more. A family owned and operated small business selling antiques, vintage items as well as re-purposed and up-cycled items. Along with following us on Facebook, please find us on Etsy : TheUglyDucklingQuack
Thomas Hoke Antiques Warehouse
125 Lane Parkway, Salisbury, NC  28146
Phone: 704-633-8989
From the Countrysides of England and France, fine furnishing and accessories. 6500 square feet of hand-selected antique furniture. Open every Friday and Saturday.  10 am - 6 pm   I-85 Exit 71, Peeler Road
Thread Shed Clothing Company
133 South Main Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: (704) 633-1159
Downtown Salisbury
Thyatira Presbyterian Church
220 White Road, Salisbury, NC  28146
Thyatira is located in western Rowan County at 220 White Road. The mailing address is Salisbury NC, but the church is situated out in the county ten miles west of Salisbury, between Salisbury and Mooresville, just off Highway 150. From the church's website: "Thyatira is believed to be the oldest Presbyterian Church west of the Yadkin River. In fact, it is one of the oldest Presbyterian churches in North Carolina, and is known as the 'Mother of Presbyterianism' in North Carolina...." "A land entry dated 1750 in Anson County records reveals that a 'meeting House and burial ground' were in existence here by theat date. This means the meeting house was probably in existence as early as 1747. For many years it was known as Cathey's Meeting House. The name was changed to Thyatira Church during the pastorate of Dr. Samuel McCorkle, in the late eighteenth century...." "Thyatira's historical cemetery dates back to the mid-1700s. The oldest known stone is that of a settler who died in 1755...."
Tiger World
4400 Cook Road, Rockwell, NC  28138
Phone: 7042796363
A fun and educational place to experience endangered species up close and personal. M-F Scheduled educational tours only. Closed on Wednesdays, Weekends 9 am - 5 pm Walk-about Tours, Thursday evening carnivore feeding safari tour. Admission $12 Adult, $10 Children (2-12) and Seniors over 62. Children under 2 free. Group rate available for 10 or more.
To the Pointe Dance Company
322 Depot Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704-638-6336
To The Pointe Dance Company is located in the historic district of  Salisbury approximately 2 miles from I-85.  Our facility features two spacious dance studios, with suspended floors, ballet barres and mirrors, as well as a separate tumbling area with a spring floor and tumble trak.  There are two lobby areas for parents  and a separate lobby for our older students to wait between classes.   Cable TV and wireless internet is provided.   Our Dance Wear Store is conveniently located across from one of our lobbies.
Ultimate Sports Apparel
114 S Main Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704.637.5144
Our goal is to provide you with the highest quality ACC, SEC, Conference USA & Southern Conference merchandise available. 
US Beauty Supply
129 E Innes S, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: (704) 637-3550
Cosmetics Store
Utzman-Chambers House
114 S Jackson Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: (704) 633-5946
Museum
Variety Produce
415 W Main St, Rockwell, NC  28138
Phone: (704) 279-1334
Fresh local produce
W.J. Walls Heritage Hall
701 W. Monroe Street, Livingstone College, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704.216.6094
Located on the campus of Livingstone College, Heritage Hall is a repository of African, African-American, and African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church history, artifacts, literature, books and records. Open Monday - Friday 9 am - 5 pm.
Warrior Golf Club
1300 Lake Wright Rd., China Grove, NC  28023
Phone: (704) 856-0871
Nestled around the beautiful 52 acre Lake Wright on rolling terrain, Warrior Golf Club is located 20 minutes from Lake Norman off Hwy 152 west of China Grove. Easily accessed from I-77 and I-85, Warrior Golf Club lies centrally between Charlotte and Greensboro.Since opening in July of 1999, Warrior Golf Club has grown into the state’s premier semi-private golf facility. Despite the strong name, this championship layout is designed for every age, gender, and handicap.Five sets of tees, over six miles of concrete cart paths, large A-1 bent greens, and a beautiful practice area are a few of the course amenities.The 10,000 square ft clubhouse features a full service pro shop for any of your equipment or apparel needs. Champions Grill serves a wide variety of food and beverage options. Relax before or after your round on the spacious covered cypress deck overlooking the 18th hole and Lake Wright.
Waterworks Visual Arts Center
123 East Liberty Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704.636.1882
Waterworks Visual Arts Center is a non-profit 501(c)3 art museum accredited by the American Alliance of Museums as a non-collecting museum.  We are an exciting place where ideas, issues, and communities converge to expand traditional ways of thinking and explore the complex and unfolding patterns between artistic and cultural spheres.  As a unique blend of education, inspiration, creativity, and fun, the Waterworks serves as the anchor organization for Salisbury's East Square Cultural Arts District and is the only teaching museum within a forty mile radius of Salisbury.Waterworks strives to be a leader and innovator in the exhibition of art and in museum education.  Creative and expressive artwork from established and emerging regional and local artists are featured in four rotation exhibitions annually.  The museum is open free of charge six days a week.
Waterworks Visual Arts Center Museum Store
123 East Liberty Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704.636.1882
Visit the Waterworks Museum Store where you will find original work by local and regional artists and craftspeople. Our ever-changing selection includes paintings and prints, jewelry, textiles, children's gifts, ceramics and a variety of unique home accessories.
Watkins Fitness & Sports Equipment
201 S. Main Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704-639-9087
Offers a wide selection of fitness equipment, replacement spare parts, as well as cable manufacturing. We appreciate you visiting the site, and we hope to serve your fitness needs!
White's Barber Shop
224 S Main Street, Salisbury, NC  28144
Phone: 704.633.6421
Barber Shop
Wong's Chinese Restaurant
108 E Council St., Salisbury, NC  28144
Restaurant      
Yadkin Lakes Guide Service
437 Stratford Road, Lexington, NC  27292
Fishing Guide service available for Yadkin Lakes area, High Rock Lake, Badin Lake, Tuckertown Lake, Lake Tillery
Yadkin River Trail
846 West Fourth Street, Winston-Salem, NC  27101
Phone: 336.722.4949
The Yadkin River, its tributaries and lakes provide multiple opportunities for recreation throughout the river basin. North Carolinians enjoy boating, tubing, swimming, fishing, camping, hiking and relaxing on and around the Yadkin River.The Yadkin Pee Dee River Trail is a 125-milelong paddling trail which includes multiple put-in and take-out areas for easy access to the river. The River Trail is mostly flat, with Class I ripples and a few Class II spots.  The Yadkin Pee Dee River Trail may be paddled by kayak or canoe beginning east of W. Kerr Scott Reservoir in Wilkes County, meandering east through Elkin and over towards Winston-Salem and then turning south along the boundaries of Davie, Rowan and Davidson counties to the entrance to High Rock Lake. There are two mandatory portages around dams on this section of the river.  Access points al