The Ava Gardner Museum celebrates the lives, loves, and career of the Hollywood starlet who called Smithfield home!
Grab coffee or lunch, and head over for a picnic and playdate at the Bob Wallace Jaycee Kiddie Park!
Explore Downtown Smithfield's historical buildings, houses, and monuments on the Downtown Smithfield Historic Walking Tour!
These Downtown Smithfield Walking routes, with distances between one and seven miles, are a great way to explore Downtown Smithfield (and beyond)!
The longest continuously operating movie theatre in North Carolina, the Howell Theatre has been a Downtown Smithfield staple since 1935!
The Johnston County Heritage Center is a museum and library dedicated to preserving the history and heritage of Johnston County, NC, and to making it accessible to the public.
The Johnston County Museum, operated by the Johnston County Heritage Center, tells some of the many stories from Johnston County's interesting past.
Founded in 1974, Neuse Little Theatre's completely volunteer workforce brings five diverse productions to the stage each year!
The Neuse River Amphitheatre at Town Commons is the site of the annual Smithfield Ham & Yam Festival and other special events.
Walk, run, or bike along the 2.94-mile paved Neuse Riverwalk and Buffalo Creek Greenway.
Downtown Smithfield is home to two North Carolina Civil War Trails sites. Visit them to learn about Smithfield's role as a setting for some of the action during the final days of the Civil War.
The Public Library of Johnston County and Smithfield offers all of the services of a typical library - lending of books and other multimedia types, as well as a computer lab, meeting rooms, and programming for all ages.