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Mebane is affectionately known as the Biggest Little Town on Earth! Tucked between Greensboro and Durham, downtown Mebane has an eclectic mix of home furnishings, boutiques, coffee shops, and restaurants. There’s an abundance of activity, with more than 20 special festivals, parades, and live music events that run throughout the year.

If you’re an active person, you’ll “fit” right in: Mebane is a Best City for Fit Lifestyles, and won the Healthy Infrastructure Award, both in 2020. With 310 acres of parks and two golf courses, vitality is simple! Come see why this Biggest Little Town was named a Top Five Great Place in North Carolina.

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Spotlights of Mebane

Fill Up at Filament

Filament Coffee brings a new kind of brew to Mebane with exotic housemade syrups, such as rosemary or ginger. Hungry? There’s plenty of fresh, piping hot waffles with decadent toppings for everyone to enjoy (gluten-free available!).

Find Your Treasure

With a stellar reputation nationwide, the Mebane Antique Auction Gallery is a top destination for antique lovers. The 15,000 square foot facility welcomes registered bidders and exhibitions both in house and online, averaging 1,000 lots per week!

Unwind with Wine

A short drive north of downtown takes you to the only winery in Alamance County, the Winery at Iron Gate Farm. This local favorite features reds, whites, and specialty sipping wines. Enjoy a glass on the courtyard or indoor patio.

Mebane Attractions

There’s Big Love for Little Mebane

Don’t be fooled by the size of Mebane! This small town draws crowds from all around. It’s a great place to visit, but an even better place to call home.

Plenty of Parks

Mebane maintains more than 300 acres of parkland, and offers recreation programs. Cool off on a warm summer day with a paddle boat ride around Lake Michael. New for 2021, Cate’s Farm Park gave a second life to a retired pickle farm (the old barn still stands). Visitors enjoy hiking trails, a butterfly garden, and idyllic wildflower meadows.

Fairs, Festivals, and Fun!

Mebane hosts many events throughout the year, but the centerpiece is decidedly the Dogwood Festival. Late April means it’s time for the golf tournament, 5k run, carnival rides, a car show, and more. Holiday celebrations include the Fourth of July parade and fireworks, and a whole host of magical holiday events make your winter in Mebane extra memorable.

Shopping for Old and New

Downtown Mebane hosts a quaint collection of local shops. Stop by The Curious Peddler for antiques and curiosities. Metal art designs are lovingly crafted at Coop de Steel Design Co., while vintage porch gliders are restored at Big Oak Restoration. Beyond downtown, Tanger Outlets attracts those seeking bargains from more than 50 brand-name stores.

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