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Selma was founded along the railroad shortly after the Civil War with the county's first Pig Pickin' and Dance organized by the town's founders for buying lots for new homes.· This new town located only minutes from the county seat of Smithfield has grown to join the towns at the largest intersection along I-95, Exits 97 and 95.

Visitors to Selma often visit the Union Station where AMTRAk has daily departures and they enjoy museum quality exhibits on the rail history of the town.· For antique enthusiasts, the Selma Antiques District offers over 100,000 square feet of antiques and collectibles.· And for visitors seeking· music and entertainment, the American Music Jubilee Theatre and Country Tonight shows offer great variety.

You'll find plenty to do in the charming town of Selma!

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235-A East Market Street
Smithfield, North Carolina 27577

tel 919.989.8687  |  fax 919.989.6295
toll free 1.800.441.7829

 
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