The Greensboro Coliseum Complex is in the heart of North Carolina. The complex holds 8 venues that includes the Greensboro Coliseum Special events center, the Odeon Theater, the White Oak Amphitheatre, the Pavilion, the Greensboro Aquatic Center, the ACC Hall of Champions and The Terrace. It is the home of the ACC Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournament.
The Greensboro Coliseum Complex
1921 West Lee Street
Greensboro, NC 27403
(336) 373-7400 – phone
(336) 373-2170 – fax
The mailing address is:
PO Box 5447
Greensboro, NC 27435
From the I-85/ I-40 split, take I-40 West 7.5 miles to the Freeman Mill Rd exit, 218-B. At the stop, turn left onto Coliseum Boulevard. The Coliseum will be one mile and on your left. Turn onto Ellington Street and take a right into the main entrance.
Take I-85 North. Take exit 120-A towards Greensboro to get onto I-85 Business North. Travel 2 miles and then take the Highway US 220 exit, 25-B. Go 1.8 miles and turn left onto Coliseum Boulevard. Go approximately one mile and the Coliseum Complex will be on your left. Turn onto Ellington Street and take a right into the main entrance.
Take I-40 East to the Patterson Street exit, 216. Go 2.4 miles to the Coliseum. Parking will be on either side with the Coliseum Complex on your right.
TAke Highway 220 North which will become Freeman Mill Road. After crossing I-85 Business, go 1.8 miles and take a left onto Coliseum Boulevard. Go 1 mile and the Complex will be on your left. Turn left onto Ellington Street and take a right into the main entrance.
Take Highway 220 South to Greensboro. Once you get into the city, the road changes to Battleground Avenue. After you cross over Cornwallis, keep right which becomes Westober Terrace. Continue straight onto Westover Terrace which will become Aycock Street. Travel 3 miles and turn right onto Lee Street. The Coliseum is one mile on your left. Turn onto Coliseum Boulevard and follow sings for entrance.
Please see the maps below for parking access and parking lot information. To make the maps bigger, simply click on them.
Please see the map below for information on each of the Greensboro Coliseum’s venues. To make the map bigger, simply click on it.
Come by and visit Stamey’s! We are right across from the Coliseum Complex on 2206 W. Gate City Blvd. (formerly High Point Rd.). We offer the best authentic pit-cooked barbecue in North Carolina. You can order chopped or sliced barbecue plates as well as all white meat chicken plates. We also have sandwiches, brunswick stew, homemade cobbler, and a kid’s menu. You can always expect service with a smile and a family atmosphere. Come by and let us know how our barbecue compares to your hometown barbecue!
2206 W. Gate City Blvd. (formerly High Point Rd.)
Greensboro, NC 27403
(336) 299-9888 – phone
Monday through Saturday – 11:00 AM to 9:00 PM Closed Sunday
Visit the Four Seasons Town Center, just a couple of miles up W. Gate City Blvd. The three story mall offers stores for everyone. On the third floor, you’ll find a food court with something to satisfy anyone in your group.
410 Four Seasons Town Centre
Greensboro, North Carolina 27427
Greensboro Visitor Information Center
Located at the south end of the coliseum property at 2411 W. Gate City Blvd., Greensboro, 27403 (336) 274-2282
Free Visitor Information Seven Days A Week – The Greensboro Visitor Information Center is staffed seven days a week:
- Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
- Saturday, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
- Sunday, 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
The Greensboro Visitor Information Center offers free guides and information on area attractions, accommodations, restaurants, golf and a wide variety of activities and special events.
Please visit our Greensboro Hotel Page for information on local hotels in the Coliseum area.
Family Friendly Attractions
The Greensboro Children’s museum is a hands-on, interactive museum for children up to 10 years old and their families. Kids will learn while they create, imagine and play in the educational school yard. There are so many activities from shopping in the mart, playing dress-up, pretend playing at the doctor’s office, and even becoming a news anchor.
ACC Hall of Champions
The Atlantic Coast Conference Hall of Champions opened back in March 2011 at the Greensboro Coliseum Complex, honoring the past and present ACC coaches and athletes. The interactive Hall includes game artifacts, and photographs of every athlete ever in the conference. From ACC Men’s and Women’s Basketball, ACC Baseball, to ACC Track & Field and beyond, the Hall of Champions entertains all types of sport fans and small to large groups.
Sunday – Wednesday: Closed
Admission – $5 adults, $3 ages 2-12
Group Rate (parties of 4 or more) – $3 per person