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Greensboro, North Carolina's third most populous city, is the star of the thriving metropolitan area known as the Piedmont Triad, which also includes the towns of High Point and Winston-Salem. For a lot of people who grow up in Greensboro, the city is known as Greens-boring. But for people who grew up in the surrounding conservative southern town, Greensboro is more like Gaysboro--diverse and accepting, with quite a few people out and proud. The gay nightlife in Greensboro tends to be centered around the college crowd, but the bars are great centers of sociability and community. The university has a very active LGBT group and the Triad community has a burgeoning pride celebration.
And throughout the region, museums, historical sites, and more make for one-of-a-kind visitor experiences. Renowned for its support of 62 cultural partners throughout the region, the organization ranks right up there with the best arts and culture infrastructure in the nation — second only to New York City in revenue dollars. But public transit, new hotels, entertainment offerings, cultural diversions, and urban living alternatives are filling the horizon line day by day. Relive a civil rights era sit-in at a lunch counter or even stroll down a recreated main street to try on a hat in an early Belk department store at Levine Museum of the New South. And plenty of historic sites like the Rosedale Plantation with its Civil War era docents and Historic Brattonsville with its Revolutionary War re-enactments make for interactive and educational experiences.