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Chatham County Historical Association

Request a brochure of the numerous sites in Chatham County that are listed on the National Historic Register. Visit the modest museum in the Chatham County Courthouse on Fridays, from 10am until 2pm. Scattered throughout the county are fourteen highway historical markers (six in Pittsboro)

Pittsboro, NC Museums

Pittsboro-Siler City Convention & Visitors Bureau

Chatham County, part of the Research Triangle Region, is nestled between the Triangle and the Piedmont. Pittsboro and its neighboring towns make up the county, an the ideal escape from the hectic, fast-paced life.The area is the site of Jordan Lake State Recreation Area; three scenic rivers (

Pittsboro, NC Visitors Center

Allen & Son Pit-Cooked Bar-B-Que

NC barbeque, pulled pork sandwiches with coleslaw, and other incredible dishes. Excellent milkshakes and hushpuppies too!

Pittsboro, NC Businesses

China Inn

Enjoy a variety of Chinese dishes.

Pittsboro, NC Businesses

Haw, Rocky, and Deep Rivers

Canoe, Kayak, Rafting--all types of paddling trips. Area outfitters provide canoe, white water canoe, sea kayak, and whitewater kayak instruction and guided adventures.

Pittsboro, NC Other Attractions

Things to do Historic Courthouses near Pittsboro, NC

Cabarrus County Courthouse

Erected in 1876 and now on the National Register of Historic Places. The courthouse building is a synthesis of the Greek Revi...

Guilford Courthouse National Military Park

Honoring the site of the March 15, 1781 Revolutionary battle, the park consists of 28 monuments and a visitor center on 200 a...

Historic Iredell County Courthouse

1899, 1940. Square, two-story brick designed in the Beaux Arts classical style with main facade having a five-bay-wide, thre...

Old Orange County Courthouse

Designed and built by John Berry in 1844-1845. Outstanding example of Greek Revival architecture with details of woodwork and...

Courthouse Inn & Guesthouses

Greek Revival bed & breakfast. The house was once the Sampson County Courthouse from 1818-1904. ...