Companies tagged with: Harnett County

Coats Museum

Coats Museum

Once a two-room school, the museum features local genealogies and family artifacts of founder J. Thomas Coats local history books, antiques, and more in one room.

Dunn Area History Museum

The history of the city of Dunn through a variety of artifacts donated and on loan from residents the museum also offers a variety of programs that highlight the city's past.
General William C. Lee Airborne Museum

General William C. Lee Airborne Museum

An early 20th-century neo-Classical Revival house and home to Dunn native Major General William C. Lee, known as the “Father of the U.S. Airy Airborne” concepts and organization.
Hammerstone Scout Museum

Hammerstone Scout Museum

The Museum takes you back almost 100 years to the roots of the Scouting movement and contains memorabilia of Scouting pioneers and heroes. This Museum is open by appointment only.
Harnett County Indian Museum

Harnett County Indian Museum

The rustic museum includes a craft shop, artifact display, and a log cabin which shows how the early pioneers lived. The museum was built to preserve the memory of the Harnett Indian villages which once thrived along the Cape Fear River.
Lundy-Fetterman Museum

Lundy-Fetterman Museum

Through this exhibit, you will have the opportunity to see displays of exotic animals you may otherwise never encounter. Highlights of the exhibit include a polar bear and a mountain goat from Alaska, sheep and goitered gazelle from Iran, and a leopard, a zebra, an elephant, a reedbuck, a lion, a gnu, an impala, and a rhinoceros from Africa.

Mary and Marvin Johnson's Gourd Museum

Housed in Angier's Downtown Municipal Building. Large collection of gourds made into lamps, teapots, toy animals as well as musical instruments including drums and chimes. Very large gourds also on display.

Carolina Publishing

PO Box 1155
Matthews, NC 28106

(704) 708-6270

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