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In Gaston County, North Carolina




Dallas, incorporated in 1863, is the oldest incorporated town in Gaston County. Dallas was named for George Mifflin Dallas, who was the U.S. Vice President in 1846 when Dallas was established. Designated originally as the County Seat, it remained so for 64 years until 1911. The Old Courthouse, renovated in 1868 after a fire, still stands in the main square of the town.

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Lineberger Maple Springs Farm

Family-friendly experiences through spring, summer and fall.

Gaston County Museum

The museum houses two floors of changing exhibits, on history and/or art.

Dallas Lavender Lane

This farm sells lavender plants and products made from lavender such as essential oil and tea.

Heritage Village of Dallas Park

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places is the downtown area of Dallas, NC.

Dallas Park

This 100-acre park provides a broad assortment of facilities A heritage village showcases local farm life in the 1890s.


Cotton Ginning Days


Exhibitors from all over the southeast will convene in Dallas for the annual 'crank-up' of antique steam and gasoline engines and tractors. We will be ginning cotton all weekend long during the festival! Activities include a Kids County Fair, arts and crafts, food and music.


Ole Dallas Brewery

Ole Dallas Brewery is a small town brewery has been founded on the principles that family, friends, fellowship and good beer can brighten even the darkest day. We look forward to serving you all in the future. Cheers!


620 N. Main St.

Belmont, NC 28012

Phone: 704-825-4044

Toll Free: 1-800-849-9994

Visitors Center is closed
until further notice.

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