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The Barn Dance

6341 Phillippi Road / (336) 685-9200


Grab all your rowdy friends and family and kick it in the sticks for some live country music! Just up the road to Julian, the Barn Dance is a great time waiting to happen! 


Eight Oaks Trail

Butler Ave / (336) 622-4276

Catch some of the scenic side of Liberty with a great trail to walk, run, and enjoy!


Freedom Park

Butler Ave / (336) 622-4276

There's always something to do at the park! Playgrounds, baseball and soccer fields, tennis and basketball courts, shelters and grills, and more! 


Goat Lady Dairy

Climax, NC

More info coming soon!



Homeland Creamery

6506 Bowman Dairy Road (Julian)/ (336) 685-6455

Get fresh milk, ice cream, and more at the local agri-educational farm. You can learn how things work behind the scenes or just pick up some one of a kind dairy!


Liberty Antiques Festival

2855 Pike Farm Rd/ (336) 622-3041

Known far and wide, twice a year (April and September) our town opens up for collectors and "antiquers" to buy, sell, and trade. 


Liberty Farmers Market

W Swannanoa Ave 

It's small town farming in the purest form. Recently upgraded thanks to NCSTEP grants, the Farmers Market opens on Saturday mornings and you never know what home-grown treats you'll come upon! 


Liberty Public Library

239 S Fayetteville St / (336) 622-4605

With weekly activities, a brand new kids learning area, public access to the internet, and of course, a wealth of literary knowledge, the library is an asset to the community's next generation.


Liberty Showcase

102 S Fayetteville Street / (336) 622-3844


This legendary Liberty landmark (once known as the Curtis Theater) has become known for it's classic performance from musical acts of all genres. The showcase also runs special movie showings and is available for private party rentals.


Millstone Creek Orchard

506 Parks Crossroads Church Road (Ramseur) / (336) 824-5263

Just 10 minutes down the road into the countryside lies a unique, family-friendly destination brimming with fresh fruit, kids activities, and a charming shop stocked with homemade goodies! 


NC Zoo

4401 Zoo Pkwy (Asheboro) / (336) 879-7000 

You'll never run out of things to do at the North Carolina Zoo, but you may have trouble figuring out what to do first! With new activities and exibits constantly opening, it's well worth the 35 minute drive from Liberty for a day of WILD entertaiment!


The Patterson Cottage

239 S Fayetteville Street / (336) 622-4605

More info coming soon!


Richard Petty Museum

309 Branson Mill Rd (Randleman) / (336) 495-1143

The racing legend hails from close-by Randleman and the museum is packed with NASCAR and racing relics. Great for any fan or curious tourist.


Rising Meadow Farm

3750 Williams Dairy Road / (336) 622-1795

Actual working sheep farm.


Sandy Creek Primitive Baptist Church

4785 Sandy Creek Church Road / (336) 674-6118

This historic site is the oldest organized church and oldest surviving religious structure in Randolph County. The founding in 1755, by Elder Shubal Stearns, was the most significant landmark in Baptist history. 


Sapphire Studio

109B Luther Avenue / (336) 622-8986

Local clogger April Straughn and her team of talented teachers work with kids (and grown-ups) of all ages teaching ballet, jazz, tap, hip hop, clogging, tumbling & cheer, and dance fitness. 

Sword Of Peace

301 Drama Road (Snow Camp)/ (800) 726-5115  


The Snow Camp Historical Drama Societ puts on performances recounting the thrills of the past! 


Whitaker Farms

2991 Providence Church Road (Climax) / (336) 685-4888


More info coming soon!


Wildlife Art Exhibit

5546 NC Highway 49 / (336) 622-3720

Owner Joe Morgan maintains this facinating museum dedicated to the wildlife in North Carolina. Reptiles, plantlife, and much more are on display right on the outskirts of town. 


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