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Bennett Place State Historic Site

Bennett Place State Historic Site

The Bennett Place includes a modern visitor’s center, three historic buildings, a museum, and a 15-minute audiovisual program. This was the site of Gen. Joseph E. Johnston’s surrender to Gen. William T. Sherman. The largest surrender of the Civil War.
Duke Homestead State Historic Site

Duke Homestead State Historic Site

The site includes the 1852 homestead of Washington Duke, his 1869 tobacco factory, and barns used while he farmed tobacco on-site.
Hayti Heritage Center

Hayti Heritage Center

Hayti was once one of America’s most successful African-American marketplaces and neighborhoods and was named in admiration of the independent island nation.
Historic Durham Athletic Park

Historic Durham Athletic Park

This historic ballpark served as a major film location for the hit movie “Bull Durham” and was the original home of the Durham Bulls for more than 50 years. It now hosts the renowned Bull Durham Blues Festival each year.
Hugh Mangum Museum of Photography

Hugh Mangum Museum of Photography

The museum displays original camera equipment and darkroom equipment from Hugh Mangum, accomplished photographer.
Museum of Durham History

Museum of Durham History

The Museum of Durham History makes the stories of Durham's past available to the local community and its visitors. Visitors to the Museum’s first location, the History Hub, can see a rotating slate of interactive exhibits on the history of the Bull City.
Nasher Museum of Arts at Duke University

Nasher Museum of Arts at Duke University

Since its founding, the museum has assembled nationally recognized collections, medical instruments and artifacts, prints, and photographs.
NCCU Art Museum. North Carolina Central University

NCCU Art Museum. North Carolina Central University

Examples of 19th and 20th-century works by African American artists. Museum is located on the campus of NC Central University.
Stagville State Historic Site

Stagville State Historic Site

The North Carolina plantation holdings of the Bennehan-Cameron families were among the longest of the pre-Civil War South. Approximately 900 slaves worked the land, which totaled almost 30,000 acres by 1860.
The Museum of Life and Science

The Museum of Life and Science

Regional science/technology center dedicated to furthering education in the natural and physical sciences for people of all ages.

Carolina Publishing

PO Box 1155
Matthews, NC 28106

(704) 708-6270

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