Historic Murfreesboro

category : Museums
Historic Murfreesboro Twelve-block historic district, listed on National Register of Historic Places. Murfreesboro has significant properties dating to the 1700 - not just one or two - but many. Many are owned by MHA and others are private homes. In our historic district you can enjoy walking along brick sidewalks from one site to the next. Additionally, we are a town of museums - historic buildings with various collections that are unmatched anywhere else. The Smithsonian would like to own what we have. Murfreesboro has history. Figures of history have made their home in or have shared time with our town residents. Come for a visit or a tour. Learn about life from an earlier time. See why we make our homes in Murfreesboro and in the nearby area.

Guided tour headquarters at Roberts-Vaughan Village Center (c. 1790). Walking and guided tours offered daily. Historic Murfreesboro is one of many sites on the Historic Albemarle Tour.

Hours: Tours are conducted continuously from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. each Saturday.
116 E. Main St.

Phone: 252-398-5922
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