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Lexington is the Barbecue Capital of the World. This is surely not the most efficient description, so you have to know that Lexington is located in Davidson County, North Carolina, United States of America. It is also the county seat. Lexington has an area of 17.6 square miles and a population of 21,000 residents. Near Lexington you can also visit larger cities like Winston Salem, High Point and Greensboro. The Europeans settled Lexington in 1775 and named it in the honor of the town with the same name located in Massachusetts. In 1828, Lexington was incorporated as a city. Notable residents of the city include artist Bob Timberlake, NFL player Perry Tuttle, musician Terry McMillan and reality star Richard "The Old Man" Harrison. Visiting Lexington is wonderful, so do not miss its main attractions.

Top Attractions within Lexington

The Lexington Barbecue Festival is a tradition of the town since 1984. Joe Sink Jr. came up with the idea as the city was already a very popular weekend destination for barbecue. The first edition was held on October 27, 1984 and since then the city remained know as the Barbecue Capital of the World. Each year, this one day event draws to Lexington about 160,000 visitors.

High Rock Lake is one of the largest lakes in the state of North Carolina. It is located a few miles away of Lexington. It has a surface of more than 15,000 acres and its shore has about 365 miles. This is the best fishing site in the state and host various fishing tournaments through the year.

Bob Timberlake Gallery is a local art gallery of the artist that is a native of Lexington. It opened to public in 1997 and not only that it includes original works of Timberlake, but also memorabilia of the artist. Within the gallery there is also a home furnishing area designed by the artist.

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