Wadesboro is justly proud of its many amenities. The Historical Society maintains four museums: the Boggan-Hammond House; the Alexander Little Wing; the Leavitt House, which contains the Tom Little Artifacts, the F.C. Allen Arrowhead Collection, and a Wadesboro High School Memorabilia room; and the Ashe-Covington Medical Museum.
The Arts Council has a gallery featuring local artists in its office on Rutherford Street, next door to the Ansonia Theatre. The theater was recently renovated and seats 273 people. Recent productions were "A Christmas Carol," War Bonds, the songs and Letters of World War II" and "Sandy B. and the All-Stars."
Olde Mill Gallery, also maintained by the Arts Council, is housed in the Lockhart-Taylor Center (South Piedmont Community College). Nationally-known artists in oil, mixed media, watercolor, wood, ceramics and jewelry are shown there.
Wadesboro is also home to the Rotary Planetarium and Science Center. Check our calendar for programs that are open to the public. Group visits may also be arranged.
Outdoor opportunities are provided at the Municipal Lake, which has a picnic shelter, bank fishing and boat rental, plus a playground for children 2-5 years of age. There are two shelters, a playground and 0.8-mile walking trail at the Wadesboro Park.
Fishing, hiking and bird-watching are popular the the Pee Dee National wildlife Refuge.
Golfers are welcome at Twin Valley Country Club.
The Boggan-Hammond House Museum
Wadesboro Park Walking Trail