Lumberton VB

ATTRACTIONS - Exit 19

African American Cultural Center

Collection of artifacts and paintings/photographs. Contributions and accomplishments of local African Americans are highlighted. Facility has a kitchen and can accommodate up to 100 people, and also used as a distribution center in disaster relief.

Call between 9am to 5pm for an appointment.

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Phone: 910-738-7712
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Carolina Civic Center Historic Theater

On the National Register of Historic Places and a member of the League of Historic American Theatres, the Carolina Civic Center Historic Theater is one of downtown Lumberton’s most historic landmarks. Built in 1928 as a movie palace, it was saved from destruction by concerned citizens of Robeson County. The Carolina Civic Center Historic Theater is available for rental for special events or productions and offers special rates for nonprofits.

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Phone: 910-738-4339
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Downtown Riverwalk and River Walk/Bike Trail

The Downtown Riverwalk is a short trail along the banks of the Lumber River with beautiful fencing and a viewing platform.  Along the walkway, an artfully enhanced bench is provided for rest and relaxation.  Enjoy a stroll with nature in our friendly community.

 

 

River Walk is a paved pedestrian/bicycle river trail with scenic views of the Lumber River.  It provides a quiet atmosphere, ideal for bird watching.  River Walk  can be accessed from the Luther Britt Park entrance on West 5th St.   The trail is approximately 1.5 miles from beginning to end or 3 mile round trip.

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Phone: (910) 671-3869
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Food for Thought Community Garden
Community garden used to help residents in need.

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Phone: 910-374-0018
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Lumberton Area Chamber of Commerce

Local chamber of commerce. Read more

Phone: (910) 739-4750
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Lumberton Produce Market

Lumberton Produce Market has been in business since 1987. Our business is a wholesale and retail market. We are the place to go in Lumberton, NC for fresh fruits and vegetables grown on local farms! We also have seasoning meats, jellies and jams.

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Phone: 910-671-0429
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Osterneck Auditorium

Osterneck Auditorium is a part of the Robeson County Public Library.  It is a Cultural Facility. Site of art exhibits, Festival of Trees, Visiting Authors series, etc. Large meeting space available with small kitchen.  Osterneck – Seating 92,  McLean Room – Seating 20.  Contact Carmella Williams – 910-738-4856, ext. 305 for rental information.

 

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Phone: 910-738-4859
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The Home Store Thrift Shop is full of bargains on used clothing and shoes for men, women, and children; used furniture and appliances; linens for the bed and bath; toys, books, baby items; decorative items for the home, kitchenware, rugs, dishes, exercise equipment, and other miscellaneous items. All items are donated and the selection varies.  Seasonal inventory reduction sales on clothing and shoes are posted in the store every few months.  

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Phone: 910-608-3003
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Robeson County Farmers Market

MARKET IS OPEN!!!
The market is open….and we have some IMPORTANT CHANGES! We hope our new market hours will improve the convenience of shopping at the market. We also hope our new safety precautions will provide a safe place for supporting your local economy during this time of sickness and trials.

NEW MARKET TIMES:
Wednesdays 3PM-7PM
Saturdays 7AM-1PM

COVID-19 SAFE PRACTICES

  • No sales before 7AM on Saturday and 3PM on Wednesday.
  • Saturdays from 7-8AM is for customers listed as at-risk (senior citizens, immune compromised customers.)
  • Please use entrance and exit points.
  • Follow social distancing guidelines by utilizing marks on pavement.
  • Allow vendors to serve you versus self service to lesson contact points.
  • If you have a mask please consider wearing it. Our vendors will be.
  • Hand washing stations will be available.

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Phone: (910) 258-7677
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Robeson County History Museum

Housed in a former railway express station built in 1908, the museum has a rotating historic display that changes every two months as well as permanent exhibits. Artifacts recount Robeson County life and accomplishments from the earliest inhabitants to more recent past. Admission is free but donations to our red donation box are always appreciated. Open Tuesday and Thursday 10 a.m.-12 noon and Sunday 2-4 p.m. From I-95 take exit 20 and travel east on Hwy. 211 to Elm St. Go south on Elm Street to downtown Lumberton.  Read more

Phone: 910-738-7979
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Established as a part of the Public School of Robeson County, the Robeson Planetarium opened its doors in January 1969. Since then, over 600,000 visitors have gained a deeper understanding of the universe. A science center and gift shop are also on the site.

See our Calendar of Events for current shows. Read more

Phone: 910-671-6015
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The Proctor Law Office Building

 

Built in the early 1800’s, the Proctor Law Building is the oldest structure in Lumberton. There is a small collection of period artifacts and documents.  From I-95 take exit 20 and travel east on Hwy. 211 (Roberts Ave) to Elm St. Go south on Elm St. to 6th Street in downtown Lumberton.  The building is owned by Historic Robeson, Inc. and serves as their headquarters.  Disabled Veterans, Confederate Veterans and other historical organizations meet at this historical building.  Tours are free and shown by request.

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Phone: 910-733-5335
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