About SmithfieldChartered in 1777, Smithfield was named for John Smith, who owned much of the land on both sides of the nearby Neuse River. Downtown Smithfield has two separate historic districts; a walking tour follows the original Town Commons, now connected to 3-mile Buffalo Creek Greenway via the Neuse River Walk.
Visitor Centers Johnston County Visitors Bureau 234 Venture Dr. Smithfield, NC 27577. Phone:(919)989-8687 or (800)441-7829
ShoppingMore than 80 discount stores can be found at Carolina Premium Outlets , exit 95 off I-95.
Things to Do Ava Gardner Museum
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809 Venture Dr. Smithfield, NC 27577