Selma, a town reborn is your antique destination on I-95
Selma’s town leaders realized that with I-95 carrying 40,000 cars a day pass their town, and being located 30 minutes from Raleigh and Research Triangle Park, that they needed a niche to attract visitors and antiques stores became their plan.
Shoppers now will find over 100,000 square feet of antiques within walking distance of each other on a picturesque 1950’s street scape. Fourteen antique shops and malls offer a variety of collectibles, mid-century modern furniture, primitive and farm antiques and much more. Inventory and vendors change frequently so we suggest you stay in touch with your favorite antique dealer to see what's new in their store.
After the shopping is done, visitors should head over to Creech’s Drugstore and enjoy a old-fashioned fountain lemonade, ice-cream float or milk-shake ... or stop by Hula Girl's for some lunch and dessert! Visitors will also find an evening of entertainment in Selma awaits.
The American Music Jubilee in the renovated 500-seat Rudy Theatre, offers live entertainment with country music and comedy. This variety show is a touch of Myrtle Beach and a touch of Branson. The Christmas Show is a must see for adults and children of all ages, with the show beginning in early November and running until the week of Christmas, with added dates and matinees the show is open six days a week during the holidays.