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Belwood Heritage Museum

Belwood Heritage Museum

History museum features memorabilia from the Upper Cleveland County area and reflects lifestyles from homes and farms over the past 100 years.
Benson Museum of Local History

Benson Museum of Local History

The Museum features exhibits on the Benson Family, railroad history, merchants, tobacco, cotton, educations and schools, the Benson Mule days and farming.
Border Belt Farmers Museum

Border Belt Farmers Museum

The museum is located in the historic train depot downtown. Museum has displays on tobacco and cotton farming, the railroad and other local Industries.
Cape Fear Botanical Garden

Cape Fear Botanical Garden

85-acre public botanical garden located approximately one mile from downtown Fayetteville. Situated along both the Cape Fear River and Cross Creek. The garden offers ornamental and native plant gardens, gazebo garden, 100-year-old farmhouse, and heritage gardens.
Carl Sandburg Home

Carl Sandburg Home

Nationally known poet, historian, author, and lecturer who spent the last 22 years of his life at his estate known as Connemara. National Historic Site. Now a 264-acre working farm.
Cedarock Historical Farm

Cedarock Historical Farm

Reliving the American Way of Life, Cedarock Historical Farm is the original site of the Garrett Farm dating back to 1830.
Clay County Historical Museum

Clay County Historical Museum

Museum features a Native American artifact collection, a photo collection of Hayesville from 1893-1900s, early farm kitchen, loom and clothing from the 1800s, and an original switchboard from 1916. Handmade quilt from the women of the Trail of Tears dates back to 1838.
Denton Farm Park

Denton Farm Park

Horse and Mule Days in October. Horse and mule demonstrations by the NC Draft Horse and Mule Association and Mule Show by Carolina Mule Association. The site includes shingle mill, grist mill, country store, church, plantation buildings, and blacksmith demonstrations.
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.

Eastern Carolina Village & Farm Museum 1840 – 1940

Historical museum of agriculture and rural life in Pitt County and Eastern North Carolina from 1840 to 1940.
Historic Murray's Mill

Historic Murray's Mill

A collection of industrial/agrarian structures that represent a self-contained agrarian community in Catawba County circa 1900.
Historic Oak View County Park

Historic Oak View County Park

More than 165 years of farm history combined with recreational activities and special events. The historic park contains a cotton museum, an 1855 Greek Revival Home, and two other museums.
Historic Rural Hill

Historic Rural Hill

Historic working farm and historic site dating back to 1765 when Major John Davidson, a signer of the 1775 Mecklenburg County Declaration of Independence, settled here.
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