If you have ever visited Salisbury, North Carolina, then you know just how lovely it is. Public art lines the streets. Restored historic homes and buildings provide old-world Southern charm. There are unique shopping spots and eclectic cafes and eateries. Families stroll the walkways or bike the streets. Art galleries and theatres, music venues, and farmer’s markets are city hot spots. Nearly every weekend in the spring, summer, and fall, there is a festival where streets are shut down and fun abounds.
Salisbury is a true gem of a city. Where else can you eat a famous Hap’s hot dog, buy a couture wedding gown at Bellissima, peruse stunning art at Pottery 101, visit a late 19th century oil painting at Old Sarum Gallery, see a wonderful production at the Norvell Children’s Theater, and then have a high-gravity beer and a pie at the Salty Caper, all within a three-block radius?
If you are looking to plan a wedding, hold a seminar, or rent a conference room, Downtown Salisbury is just the place.