Randleman is a city in Randolph County, North Carolina, United States. The population was 4,113 at the 2010 census. It is the home of NASCAR's Petty family, the Victory Junction Gang Camp and the location of the Richard Petty Museum from 2003-2014.
Restaurants in Randleman
4.5 based on 1 reviews
We arrived at the zoo right at opening time. There are two distinct exhibit areas, one is the animals of North America and the other is the animals of Africa. There are separate parking lots for each section. Remember where you park it is a BIG lot.
Tickets are good for the day, you can leave and come back. Handicap access is available throughout. You cannot bring pets. There are plenty of bathrooms and food shops. They have a multi-car tram that goes back and forth between the African exhibits and the North American exhibits. The tram makes one stop midway between both exhibit areas.
The various exhibits are arranged in linear fashion so you can start at either end and walk from one exhibit to the other. It is a fair amount of walking so wear comfortable shoes. They do rent strollers, if you have a young one with you it is a wise investment. Our 3-1/2 year old loves to walk, but after a while he got tired and needed to be carried, which wore Mom & Dad out.
There are several very nice themed playground areas for the younger children... they get tired of looking at animals that they can’t ride (my grandson’s first request). Great exhibit, the map is colorful and very easy to follow. Sometimes you have to really look for the animals, other times they come right up to the viewing glass. For best results arrive early, they sleep a lot of the afternoon away.
5 based on 731 reviews
Zip lining North Carolina has been reinvented by Kersey Valley, Inc. with engineered Sky Towers and a themed closed course including Flight School. With over 1.5 miles of cable our North Carolina zip line is one of the largest in the world! Gather your family and friends for an adventure of a lifetime on our amazing NC zip lines! At Kersey Valley Zip Line you will experience one of the only closed-course zip line rides ever built that is themed in aviation. You will traverse massive Sky Towers representing airports city codes across the country and around the world. Your feet will never touch the ground once you are airborne.
Decided to tske our 19 year old son home on spring break zip lining! This was our first experience and it was BEYOND our expectation! Claire, Katie and Jason ALL ensured our safety and our tour was top notch! We will definitely return!!!Thanks Wendi for sharing your feedback. We look forward to having you back soon.
4.5 based on 17 reviews
Wonderful products and when they have open house it is well worth the visit to learn of the cheese making process, but get there early..they had nothing left for us to buy when we got there..
5 based on 44 reviews
A must stop for any NASCAR or history fan ! I was engrossing myself in the history by watching the videos, memorabilia, and cars when in walks The King. Just a super great museum showcasing Mascara and Perry's roots. The Petty garage customizing current cars was pretty awesome as well.
5 based on 5 reviews
My dad and I visited the Neal Agricultural & Industrial Museum on "Steam Day". I loved the wood fired steam boiler, which sent steam to a steam engine, which turned a DC Generator, which power DC lights under the display area. They show how steam could be used to make electricity and some very interesting steam engines and generators.
They also have a large display of fully restored John Deer Tractors. There are John Deer models all around as well.
A Hit & Miss John Deer engine was used to make home made ice cream too.
There is also a sawmill that is used for demonstrations.
I enjoyed the close access to everything and the friendliness of all the staff.
We did not go on the tours of the homes. I was mainly interested in the tractors, boiler and electrical items.
5 based on 307 reviews
Kersey Valley Escape is a real world adventure game which simulates on line Room Escape games. In the game, 2-12 players are enclosed in our specially designed ghost town theme rooms. They have to rack their brains to solve puzzles and collect clues to escape from the room within 60 minuets in a race against time.
We had a wonderful experience at Kersey Valley. We were in High Point doing a service assignment for Habitat for Humanity of High Point, Archdale and Trinity for five weeks, and were donated this from Kersey Valley Laser Tag. The day was phenomenal and the people there were outstanding to work with. We would definitely recommend this experience to any and all.
4.5 based on 58 reviews
Four Saints Brewing Company began operations in May 2015 in Downtown Asheboro, NC. Four Saints focuses on Great Beer for Great People through award winning beers and supporting the local community in numerous ways. Andrew Deming and Joel McClosky, the owners and executives, met in 2008 and began working towards opening a brewery in 2011. A successful Kickstarter campaign and tremendous support from the City of Asheboro and community drove the renovation of a century old building into a modern seven barrel brewhouse and English/Irish pub inspired taproom.
Four Saints appears rather unassuming from the exterior, but you're welcomed with the deliciousness of malt aroma as you walk through the door. A family feel with kids scampering around during daylight hours gives way to an inviting laid back atmosphere as the sun sets. Staff is friendly and knowledgeable, offering samples of what's currently on tap. Snack style grub is available or you can order in from several local eateries often dealing a discount if you mention your at Saints. Definitely worth visiting!
5 based on 89 reviews
We had an awesome time, this place is great! The staff is super nice and patient. Drew and Simone (sorry if I spelled it wrong) were friendly, very helpful and extremely patient. We also appreciated the break we got and they gave us some water, sorry didn't get your name but very much appreciated!
4.5 based on 186 reviews
Took group of 16 middle-school boys on Friday 13th. Purchased VIP tickets on flash sale for huge savings.... Event is so professionally managed. They have the process down to a science. Highly recommend the VIP tickets unless you like to wait in long lines... They...MoreThanks Sheila for the review! It can be very crowded and VIP and Immediate Access will skip the lines and is the way to go if you don't want to hang out. We look forward to having you and the kids back next year!
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