Things to Do in Greensboro

Looking for something to do with your family? You’ve come to the right place! We hope you’ll bring everyone for some fun jumping at Rockin’ Jump Trampoline Park, but after you’re done, what should you do? Here are our favorite things to do in Greensboro:

  1. Greensboro Science Center

After you exercise your bodies by bouncing around our facility, why not exercise your brains with a trip to the museum? The Greensboro Science Center is an awesome option because it’s not just a simple museum – it is also an aquarium and zoo! You and your kids can enjoy all of the exhibits, which cover topics such as dinosaurs, the weather, and anatomy. Then, spend some time getting up close and personal with real live sharks, tigers, monkeys, penguins, and a variety of other animals.

  1. Wet N Wild Emerald Point

During the summer, nothing beats working up a sweat jumping at Rockin’ Jump Trampoline Park and then cooling off at Emerald Point. This water park has over 35 attractions, including slides, pools, and a lazy river. The wave pool is fun for all ages, and for those in your family who like more daring rides, there are some extreme slides, such as the Tunnel of Terror.

  1. Guilford Courthouse National Park

During the Revolutionary War, Guildford Courthouse was the site of a major battle. Today, this landmark is home to an excellent park and historical museum where you can explore the visitor center and go on a short walking tour of the grounds. Check out their calendar of events – some weekends, they have special “living history” days or even battle reenactments which can be a lot of fun to watch.

  1. Tanger Family Bicentennial Garden

If you’re looking for a relaxing spot after jumping, try the Tanger Family Bicentennial Garden. Admission is free, so you and your family can enjoy time walking the 7.5-acre gardens without breaking the bank. The gardens feature a man-made stream, as well as a number of bronze sculptures.

  1. International Civil Rights Center & Museum

Lastly, a good way to end a day after enjoying time together at Rockin’ Jump Trampoline Park is to spend some time at the International Civil Rights Center & Museum. This location is dedicated to civil and human rights from around the world, starting, of course, with the 1960s nonviolent protests and sit-ins that happened right in Greensboro. If you want to be inspired, this is definitely the right place to visit! Human freedom is an ongoing struggle in the U.S. and around the world, and your entire family can learn more about these struggles at this museum.

Looking for even more things to do in Greensboro after you spend time with us at Rockin’ Jump Trampoline Park? Check out the local library, enjoy some time at the Greensboro Historical Museum, or head to any one of our city’s many parks for some fresh air. There is no shortage of fun activities to enjoy in Greensboro if you want to get out of the house!