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Johnston County Heritage Center


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Farm Heritage Trail. The Johnston County Heritage Center is known as one of the best equipped facilities in the country for studying local history and genealogy. A variety of public records, private manuscripts, photographs, family histories, old newspapers, and artifacts are assembled in commodious quarters to allow scholars, amateur historians, and genealogists alike to study the history and culture of Johnston County and its people. Located off I-95, Exit 95, on US Hwy 70 Business.


Address:
241 E. Market St.

Phone: (919)934-2836
Our Email: wingate.lassiter@johnstonnc.com
Our Website:www.johnstonnc.com/heritage

Come visit us in Smithfield, North Carolina

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Johnston County Visitors Bureau

Destination Marketing Organization representing the municipalities of Benson, Clayton, Four Oaks, Smithfield, Selma, Kenly, Pine Level, Princeton, Micro, Meadow, Wilson's Mills and the Cleveland area. Located on I-95 and I-40

Smithfield, NC Businesses

Carolina Premium Outlets

At Carolina Premium Outlets you'll save 25%-65% every day at over 80

Smithfield, NC Malls



Brightleaf Flea Market

Collectibles, antiques and much more. Several vendors including D & D Militaria.

Smithfield, NC Flea Markets

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