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Explore the Furniture Capital of the World

As a tribute to its furniture-making heritage, High Point boasts the World’s Largest Chest of Drawers. From the middle drawer of this 38-foot monument hang two enormous socks, a nod to the area’s hosiery industry. As you explore, try to spot the miniature replicas throughout town. In addition to other local history attractions, High Point boasts proximity to a significant number of golf courses. Catch a show at High Point Theatre or the Amtrak at the historic depot, both within walking distance of Radisson Hotel High Point.

Local attractions:

  • High Point Theatre (0.1 mile)
    Get tickets at this venue for High Point civic theater productions, touring musicians and comedians, and other arts events.
    Phone: +1 (336) 887-3001
  • Historic Train Depot (0.1 mile)
    The city’s busy Amtrak station has its home in this historic train depot, which dates back to 1907. 
    Phone: +1 (800) 872-7245
  • Blair Park Golf Course (1.5 miles)
    Join the locals for a round of golf at this 18-hole municipal course.
    Phone: +1 (336) 883-3497
  • World’s Largest Chest of Drawers (1.5 miles)
    This Goddard-Townsend chest stands 38 feet tall, a monument to the city’s heritage as the "Home Furnishings Capital of the World.”
    Phone: +1 (336) 906-1540
  • American Home Furnishings Hall of Fame Foundation (1.7 miles)
    Dedicated to preserving the heritage of America’s furniture industry, this organization facilitates the Wall of Fame in Furniture Plaza, which features photo displays and touch-screen exhibits.
    Phone: +1 (336) 882-5900
  • High Point Country Club (2.2 miles)
    With two outstanding courses of different lengths, the High Point Country Club offers options for golfers of every experience level.
    Phone: +1 (336) 869-2416
  • High Point Museum (2.2 miles)
    Explore the heritage of the Furniture Capital of the World at this local history museum. 
    Phone: +1 (336) 885-1859
  • Oak Hollow Golf Course (4.6 miles)
    Often included among America’s best public courses, Oak Hollow boasts a scenic course designed by Pete Dye.
    Phone: +1 (336) 883-3260
  • Castle McCulloch (4.9 miles)
    A former gold refinery, this iconic venue hosts weddings and festivals on its historic grounds.
    Phone: +1 (336) 887-5413
  • Piedmont Environmental Center (5.7 miles)
    With educational programs for all ages, the Piedmont Environmental Center also offers 11 miles of scenic trails through hardwood forests, open from sunrise to sunset. 
    Phone: +1 (336) 883-8531
  • Kersey Valley (6.7 miles)
    Let your inner kid out with the action-filled activities at Kersey Valley—from zip-lining and laser tag to Spookywoods, one of America’s top-rated haunted attractions. 
    Phone: +1 (336) 431-1700
  • Jamestown Park Golf Course (7.3 miles)
    Perfect for all skill levels, the Jamestown Park Golf Course offers rolling greens and towering pines.
    Phone: +1 (336) 454-4912
  • Colonial Country Club (8.1 miles)
    This private club features a recently renovated par-71 course with bent grass greens.
    Phone: +1 (336) 475-0596
  • Holly Ridge Golf Links (9.5 miles)
    Open for public play, this par-72 course boasts sculpted fairways and rolling mounds.
    Phone: +1 (336) 861-4653