Selma, North Carolina
Selma is a small town in Johnston County, North Carolina. Selma was an important “Railroad Town, ” and this is depicted nowadays, too. The Mitchener Station (built in 1855) is North Carolina’s oldest surviving train station. After the 1950’s, when I-95 was constructed, Selma experienced a fast growth due to its close proximity to the Interstate and serves as a very convenient stop by for those driving the I-95. If you planning to stop by, we suggest you staying for a couple of days to check out what Selma has to offer to its visitors. A few of the worth-visiting Selma points of interest include the Ice House Theater, various antique shops, and cozy restaurants. You can also use it as a base for your daily excursions across the beautiful Johnston County. Regarding budget accommodation, Hampton Inn Selma I-95 is one of the most convenient and best value-for-money Selma, NC.