711 S. Key Street
Pilot Mountain, NC 27041
Phone: (336) 368-2237
Fax: (336) 368-1212
Located in a circa 1920 building that is known as the first site of a public school in Mount Airy, this year round playhouse offers a wide variety of entertainment including community theatre productions, musical concerts, children's theatre, lectures, art camps, and classes.
Screening most of Hollywood's legendary films for over six decades, this beautifully renovated 450-seat movie house offers $3 movies five nights a week plus hosts a variety of shows throughout the year.
Moratock Park is a historic public park. A highlight is the iron furnace built during the Civil War that was used to prepare iron bars on the banks of the Dan River. This park consists of beautiful views of the river, a shelter to spend a day, and restrooms are available too. The river is open for sailing and rafting. In addition, this site is a perfect venue for meetings and events as well as receptions.
Featuring THX and DTS digital sound, as well as Dolby Digital Sound, this cinema offers first run movies on its 11 screens in a comfortable theater setting.
NASCAR racing was established in 1949 at this stadium that features a flat, quarter mile oval racetrack that hosts NASCAR-sanctioned weekly events and a Winston Racing Series is featured each Saturday night from May through August.
Formerly Groves Stadium, it is the home of the Demon Deacons, the football team of Wake Forest University. Visitors can enjoy football college games in the arena, which has a seating capacity of 31,500 seats.
Formerly called the Ernie Shore Fields, Gene Hooks Field at Wake Forest Baseball Park is named for the former athletic director at Wake Forest University, Gene Hooks. Featuring state-of-the-art technological augments, the baseball arena seats a total of about 6280 persons. As of now, the field is owned and managed by the Wake Forest University and is the home ground of their baseball team, the WFU Demon Deacons. Established in 1956, the baseball park has been home to popular teams such as Winston-Salem Red Sox and Winston-Salem Warthogs.
The Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum (LJVMC) opened in 1989 and is owned and operated by the city of Winston-Salem. The Coliseum is designed to accommodate all types of events such as the Wake Forrest University basketball games, rodeo, concerts, theater, family shows, conventions, dinners and tennis tournaments. With its large floors for special events and receptions, and its high-tech lighting and sound system, the LJVMC brings in thousands of people daily into the 1500-seat auditorium. The fully renovated Coliseum features a food court with restaurants and concession stands like Domino's Pizza, Bojangles and Prissy Polly's BBQ.
Since 1935, this nonprofit theatre group has presented professional level productions of musicals, dramas and comedies. The average season includes two musicals and four straight plays. In addition to preparing and presenting shows, the organization also offers educational programs including drama classes for children from kindergarten through high school.
The renovated historic Art Deco-style Star Theatre offers a variety of theatre shows and concerts throughout the year.
Stadium seating and a large concession stand are featured at this cinema that offers first run movies with THX, Dolby, and DTS digital sound systems.
AMF Major League Lanes are located on Jonestown Road in Winston-Salem. Featuring several bowling alleys, retro-style arcade games and pool-tables, this place makes for a great evening with friends and family. Open all week, it also features weekly-games, leagues matches and interesting events quite regularly. The facility is well-maintained and shoes and other equipment is available on rent as well. Also on offer is a range of delicious snacks and fast food favorites such as pizzas.