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“celebrating Greensboro's local culture”
The Greensboro Historical Museum is your source for stories and information on the history of the Piedmont area of North Carolina, particularly of Greensboro and Guilford County. The Greensboro Historical Museum celebrates Greensboro’s local culture and the city’s prominent place in American history. Collections document the many different nationalities and people who impacted the county’s history: Native Americans, Germans, African Americans, Quakers and Scots-Irish. Archives and artifacts relate to the lives of prominent Guilford County residents, such as David Caldwell, First Lady Dolley Madison, Governor John Motley Morehead, author O. Henry and educator Charles Henry Moore. For students, for families, for researchers, for everyone opportunities to study events in colonial Guilford County, the Civil War, the roots of the Civil Rights Movement, and the rise of textile manufacturing in the South.
Admission is free and they have quite a bit of history to share with the world!! They also documented some of the emotionally charged artwork and activism of 2020 after the unfortunate death of... Read more
We stopped into the Greensboro Historical Museum (free admission) for a bit. Found this spot because I missed a turn! lol As we were stopped at the light, we saw "Smithsonian", googled it, and... Read more
The Greensboro History Museum is one of Greensboro's gems. Admission is free but they do accept donations. I didn't give myself enough time to take in all of the museum so I made a morning visit... Read more
Greensboro History Museum
- Tue - Sat: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
- Sun: 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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