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The exhibition includes three life-size models depicting Washington as a teenaged surveyor, as commander in chief at age 45 (shown in image), and as the nation’s first president taking the oath of office. Courtesy of the Mount Vernon Ladies’ Association

OCTOBER PROGRAMS AT N.C. MUSEUM OF HISTORY

October brings a full slate of programs at the N.C. Museum of History in Raleigh. Seven of these complement the exhibition Discover the Real George Washington: New Views From Mount Vernon. So if you are curious about George, look no further. What’s in store? For one, special guest Jeffrey Schwartz, Professor of Anthropology at the… Read More ›

JULY PROGRAMS AT N.C. MUSEUM OF HISTORY

July brings free programs for all ages at the N.C. Museum of History in Raleigh. Watch potters from North Cole Pottery in Sanford demonstrate their craft on July 10. They are featured as part of the 2nd Saturdays series taking place across North Carolina. Catch a showing of “Friends in Liberty: North Carolina in the… Read More ›

2nd Saturdays North Carolina Museum of History

2nd Saturdays at N.C. Museum of History Offer Family Fun | Jun 12-Aug 14

As part of the 2nd Saturdays series kicking off June 12 across North Carolina, the N.C. Museum of History in Raleigh will feature artists Jonathan Daniel and Bill Newman.

Don’t miss the African American Cultural Celebration on June 5 at the N.C. Museum of History in Raleigh.

JUNE PROGRAMS AT N.C. MUSEUM OF HISTORY

Enrich your summer with June’s programs at the N.C. Museum of History in Raleigh. The month kicks off with one of the museum’s largest annual events, the African American Cultural Celebration. This exciting festival will be filled with dance, music, storytelling and more. Bring the family to this free daylong event, and learn about the… Read More ›

THE SOUTH’S SECRET WEAPONS DURING THE CIVIL WAR | Apr 13

According to Dr. Margaret Humphreys, both the North and South attempted to use an early form of germ warfare during the Civil War. The internationally recognized scholar will explore this topic during the lecture The South’s Secret Weapons: Disease, Environment and the Civil War on Tuesday, April 13, at 7 p.m. at the N.C. Museum… Read More ›