130 Summit Avenue
Greensboro, NC 27401
With more than 17,000 square feet of stories, the Greensboro Historical Museum is the perfect place to learn about Greensboro and the role it played in the Civil War. Adjacent to the main museum is the Mary Lynn Richardson Park--here visitors can enter the 18th and 19th century households of the historic Christian Isley House and Francis McNairy House, as well as the Hockett Blacksmith and Woodworking Shops and the First Presbyterian Church Cemetery. In walking distance, you'll find shops, restaurants, the Greensboro Public Library, the Greensboro Children's Museum and the art galleries of the Greensboro Cultural Center.
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