Trinity, named after Trinity College, was incorporated by Act of the North Carolina General Assembly at its 1868-69 Session and is home of Sealy Corporation, the world's largest manufacturer of bedding products and NASCAR Nextel Cup Series driver, Bobby Labonte. The town is less than six miles from the High Point Furniture Market, the largest furniture industry tradeshow and shopping district in the world and is located just minutes from Archdale's six top-notch hotels boasting many wonderful services and amenities.
The Dr. Thomas L. Winslow house, now the Trinity Museum, was built in 1855. The house is one of approximately ten antebellum era houses left in the Old Trinity College, now known as Duke University in Durham, area of Highway 62 in Trinity. The Trinity Historical Preservation Society opened the house as a museum in 2003. For additional information on the history and heritage of the Trinity Museum, please contact the Randolph County Historic Landmark Preservation Commission.
The John Deere® Vintage Tractor Museum showcases vintage John Deere® tractors and collectibles featuring rare tractors, including Hi-Crop models and limited edition precision models; and educational videos highlighting the John Deere® Company.
Visit Zimmerman Vineyards, located on 102 acres at the foot of Mount Shepherd, for weekend tours and wine tastings.
Carlton Boyles, Mayor
Debbie Hinson, City Manager
6701 NC Hwy 62 - Trinity NC
Phone: (336) 431-2841