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Fort Dobbs State Historic Site


category : Historic Sites
Site of the only French & Indian War fort in NC. Archaeological sites, artifact displays, nature trails & living history events. Named for Royal Governor Arthur Dobbs who authorized the forts construction in 1760. Tuesday-Friday 10 am-4 pm, tours 10 am & 2 pm.




Address:
438 Ft. Dobbs Rd.
PO Box 241 - Zip 28687
Statesville, NC 28625
Phone: (704)873-5882
Our Email: info@fortdobbs.org
Our Website:www.fortdobbs.org/

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