Red Springs Historical Museum

Exit 20

Displays include early family life, education, military, farming, baseball and medical/dental businesses. Open Tuesday and Sunday 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Take exit 20 and travel west on Hwy. 211 approximately 11 miles. For appointments or special tours, call 910-843-4654.

Riverway Outfitters

Come and experience the natural wonders of the Lumber River and our region.  Canoe and kayak rentals and eco-tours are for all ages.  Ask about daily rates for fishing trips.  River conditions change quickly, call for current information,  ports of entry locations change.

Robeson Community College

Exit 22

Robeson Community College, chartered by the Legislature in 1965, provides a range of programs leading to either an Associate in Applied Science or Associate in Arts degree. RCC is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. RCC is also accredited by the NC Board of Nursing, Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs and the Joint Committee for Respiratory Therapy Education, the NC Board of Cosmetic Arts and Redken Laboratories in New York.

Robeson County Farmers Market

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The Robeson County Farmers Market is a joint cooperative with the Robeson County Farmers Market Association and the Robeson County Center of the North Carolina Extension Service. All goods sold at the Farmers Market are certified locally grown.

Robeson County History Museum

Exit 19

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.  “Robeson Cooks”...

Robeson Planetarium and Science Center

Exit 19

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.

Sally’s Ark -Horse Lay Over Stop

Exit 2

  At Sally’s Ark we believe that we are a unique business that offers a place for all creatures, both humans and animals, to stay the night. As in Noah’s Ark, no one will be turned away. We offer the finest care for your special animals with top-notch “Old English” traditional values.

Scothurst Golf Course

Located in Lumber Bridge, our course offers 18 holes that give players of all levels an enjoyable round, with a few challenging shots sprinkled in. We love to see new players enjoying themselves on our course and Scothurst is a great course for beginners and families, offering 4 different tees and a practice area with a range and putting green. Scothurst offers daily rate play as well as memberships. Book a tee-time today!

Southeastern Community Health Education Center (CHEC) (in Biggs Park Mall)

Exit 20

Located inside Biggs Park Mall. The Community Health Education Center (CHEC) is a consumer health library operated by Southeastern Health/Southeastern Regional Medical Center in association with Southeastern Regional Medical Center Foundation and Robeson County Public Library. CHEC’s purpose is to provide the community with consumer health information. The service is free and all information is easily accessed.

Stephens Vineyard & Winery

Exit 20

Local winery that specializes in fruit and muscadine wines. Family owned and operated vineyard and winery that specializes in fruit and muscadine wines. Small in size, but very large in taste.  The vineyard store has jams, jellies, bbq sauce and other condiments and items.

The Proctor Law Office Building

Exit 19

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.

The Stage – Fairmont Arts & Culture Center

Exit 10

The Stage – Fairmont Arts & Culture Center is an arts and entertainment facility located in historic downtown Fairmont, across from the BB&T Bank on West Thompson Street.  The building produces a calendar of events in addition to being available for rentals.  The auditorium seats 70 people theatre style and 48 people banquet style.  A full size dressing room with a make-counter, mirror and private bathroom supports theatrical productions.  No kitchen is available, however The Stage does offer a food prep area with...

University of North Carolina – Pembroke

Exit 17

A member institution of the 16-campus University of North Carolina system, this campus serves over 10 counties in the state. Ranked by U.S. News and World Report as the second most diverse campus in the US,UNC P provides a broad liberal arts education which includes 56 majors and nine graduate programs. The university has a professional performing arts series in two concert halls: Givens Performing Arts Center (1700-seat) and the Moore Recital Hall (216-seat). It also houses a Native American Museum which features artifacts and history of Native...