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Greensboro Historical Museum
130 Summit Avenue
Phone: 336-373-2043 - Tty: -
Statement of Purpose
To collect, preserve, exhibit and interpret objects connected with the
social, political, and economic history of the Piedmont North Carolina region,
and to present educational programs for the public.
Highlights & Collections
Learn about American history as experienced by the people of Piedmont North Carolina.
This large local history museum features famous people and events - First Lady Dolley Madison, author O. Henry, Battle of Guilford Courthouse, and the 1960 Greensboro Sit-Ins - as well as exhibits featuring decorative arts, ethnic history, antique cars, military history, and two historic houses.
Stroll through according to your interests and at your own pace. Free Admission!
- First Lady Dolley Madison
- Author O. Henry
- Military History
- Decorative Arts
Current Exhibits and Upcoming Special Events
- Tues-Sat 10-5
- Sun 2-5
- Closed Monday and City of Greensboro holidays
Admission & Directions:
From I85-I40, Take the S. Elm/Eugene St. exit. Follow north to downtown. Turn right on Bellemeade St. Follow Bellemeade St. 3 blocks to the museum. Parking on Lindsay St.
William J. Moore, Director
- Don Henderson, Curator of Exhibits
- Gayle Fripp, Curator of Education/Assistant Director
- Susan Webster, Curator of Collections/Registrar
- Stephen Catlett, Archivist
- Linda Evans, Public Relations Coordinator
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