April 24th - May 2nd
The Herring Hulse House is located at 303 S William Street and is an ongoing project benefiting the Wayne County Museum. The house is currently undergoing an extensive restoration with interior designers furnishing each room. At the end of April the house will be open for tours along with several other events. For more information call the museum at (919)734-5023 or visit www.herringhulsehouse.com.
out our new Flickr page!
We have uploaded over 300 historic photos to Flickr. The site allows you to comment on individual photos. Many of the photos had no captions or just a name. If you recognize someone or a particular scene leave a comment. Click here to redirect to our Flickr page.
Tuesday thru Saturday 11am - 4pm or by appointment
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The Wayne County Historical Association is in the process of restoring the 1856 Presbyterian Church located on the corner of Ash and James Streets in downtown Goldsboro.
For more information or to donate please click here to view a brochure.
Center Street is currently undergoing a complete makeover. As the street is torn up, volunteers are looking through the tons of dirt, searching for objects covered up more than 80 years ago when Center St was first paved. Many of these objects will eventually be on display here at the museum.
Check out the project's Facebook page to keep up with what's been found and find out how to volunteer to help.
We are proud to be a stop on the Civil War Trails program, which highlights historic sites throughout North Carolina and the South. Click here for more information.