Companies tagged with: Guilford County

ACC Hall of Champions

ACC Hall of Champions

The ACC Hall of Fame celebrates the past, present and future of the Atlantic Coast Conference which is based in Greensboro. Many interactive and multi-purpose exhibits are used to showcase the league's history over the past 58 years.
Blandwood Mansion

Blandwood Mansion

Restored home of NC Governor John Motley Morehead is a treasure of architectural and historical significance.
Brock Historical Museum

Brock Historical Museum

Historical museum located on the campus of Greensboro College near downtown Greensboro. The museum is located on the third floor of the West Wing of the Main Building.
Castle McCulloch

Castle McCulloch

Built in 1832 as a gold refinery, Castle McCulloch boasts three-foot thick granite walls, a moat, a drawbridge, interior wrought iron tapestries, and cathedral ceilings. On National Register of Historic Sites.
Charlotte Hawkins Brown Museum at Historic Palmer Memorial Institute

Charlotte Hawkins Brown Museum at Historic Palmer Memorial Institute

40-acre campus with 12 buildings, first historic site to recognize contributions of African Americans to education and the only one named for a woman.
Greensboro Science Center

Greensboro Science Center

Museum and a hands-on science center. Attractions include NC wildlife, planetarium, petting zoo, a solar observatory, herpetarium, and aquarium with sharks and sea turtles.
High Point Museum

High Point Museum

Exhibits trace the development of High Point from a small Quaker village through the establishment of the furniture and textile industries to a technology-based international business center. The historic park is home to the Hoggett House (1754), the Haley House (1786), and a working blacksmith shop.
International Civil Rights Museum

International Civil Rights Museum

The museum has been established on the original site of the 1960 sit-ins in the Woolworths Building in downtown Greensboro. The museum also honors the event and those who participated in the 1960 sit-ins. sitinmovement.org
Mendenhall Plantation

Mendenhall Plantation

Two-story brick house built in 1810 by Richard Mendenhall, a Quaker and anti-slavery leader. Also includes a barn, museum, and corn crib.
Rosetta C. Baldwin African-American Museum

Rosetta C. Baldwin African-American Museum

This historical museum was created in 2000 to honor the legacy of Miss Rosetta C. Baldwin, her family, and the many African Americans who have contributed to the development of the High Point community.
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PO Box 1155
Matthews, NC 28106

(704) 708-6270

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