Temple Theatre is Central Carolina's Performing Arts Center. Temple’s Mission: To entertain, enrich, educate and enlighten the audiences of our region through the art of live theatre. Temple’s Core Value: To enhance the quality of life in Lee County as the economic and artistic cornerstone of Historic Downtown Sanford. Built in 1925 as a Vaudeville Theatre and it features superb acoustics and the magnificent original tin ceiling. Since 1983, the Theatre is recognized as a National Historic Site. An intimate theatre experience with 330 Seats: 231 seats in the Orchestra Section and 99 seats in the Balcony; all seats have amazing views of the stage. The #1 year-round tourist attraction in Lee County. Youth programs and conservatories for elementary, middle and high school students provide enrichment for hundreds of students each year. One of the most flexible Season Tickets programs in the U.S. Rental capabilities for meetings, concerts and special even
Yarborough's in Sanford is a well-known, family-run ice cream shop that opened in 1935 and still serves delicious cones and burgers. Located right across the tracks from Depot Park in downtown Sanford, we’re close and convenient for you to visit and enjoy any of our 32 flavors of homemade ice cream. Yes....we make it right here!
Tobacco Road Golf Club was built on land tended by the weather-worn hands of tobacco farmers, later shaped and moved through mining and sand excavation before finally being crafted and molded by an artist’s imagination and the revolutionary eye of the late Mike Strantz. When Tobacco Road was little more than a walking path through an expended sand quarry, Strantz said he “knew immediately it could be something not only spectacular, but also unique.”